Looking for a mild and gentle cleanser? Well, I think I have found an inexpensive and effective one! Bluemercury m-61 Powerful Skincare Perfect Cleanse gets the job done leaving your skin feeling clean and refreshed!
Here are the details about Bluemercury m-61 Powerful Skincare Perfect Cleanse:
An extra gentle sulfate-free and fragrance-free cleanser designed to wash away impurities makeup while sealing in the skin’s natural moisture.
• Antioxidant vitamin E scavenges free radicals and helps strengthen the skin’s barrier function while calming green tea soothes the skin
• Created for all skin types for deep, but gentle cleansing
What it does:
For the client who wants a gentle, soothing cleanser. Great for morning and night and will not strip the skin.
How to use:
Gently lather a small amount of cleanser in moistened hands and apply to face and throat.
Rinse with warm water.
Ingredients: Vitamin E, Green Tea, Lavender, 100% paraben-free, 100% synthetic fragrance-free.
I have combination skin – oily in my T-zone and dry around the outer areas of my face. I like a gentle cleaner – soft on my skin but cleanse very well. Bluemercury m-61 Powerful Skincare Perfect Cleanse is a light and gentle foaming cleaner. It does not get very sudsy nor does it have any smell but I like it! It cleaned my face without leaving it stripped nor dry.
Bluemercury m-61 Powerful Skincare Perfect Cleanse is fragrance free that has no parabens, sulfates, phthalates, synthetic fragrances and dyes, and is gluten-free – I love that it is eco-forward.
Will you give Bluemercury m-61 Powerful Skincare Perfect Cleanse a try? If you do, let me know!
Pro: Gently cleans and doesn’t strip skin.
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 5 Blings
Overall: 5 Blings
Hero Ingredient: Vitamin E.
Cruelty Free: Yes
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