I’m often told that I don’t look as if I need an acne cleanser—and that’s the whole point. I want to keep breakouts at bay, so my acne-prone skin can remain inconspicuous.
Vichy Normaderm Deep Cleansing Gel is my latest pimple-fighting cleanser of the month. And I must say, this acne gel cleanser is making it difficult for next month’s successor!
Here are the details for Vichy Normaderm Deep Cleansing Gel:
Get a satisfying deep down cleanse with Vichy Normaderm Deep Cleansing Gel, a penetrating facial wash that won’t strip your skin. Salicylic acid purifies your pores and sloughs away dead skin while controlling sebum production. This soap-free formula also contains soothing eperuline and glycyrrhizinate acid to reduce inflammation and redness, promoting a clear, matte complexion.
You can’t help but to notice the large, green bottle near my sink being mistaken for hand cleanser. An acne cleanser this size (at this price) is a rarity and a dead ringer for not being effective, or so I thought. I was dead wrong.
One strong pump of the clean scent gel cleanser is enough to slather across my entire face. The Vichy Normaderm Deep Cleansing Gel lathers quickly and without burning or any other irritations.
I’m battling acne, so I don’t want to worry about blotchiness or red spots afterwards. A quick rinse reveals a squeaky clean (think after toner feel) but not tight face.
After three weeks, I noticed my skin was calm, less flared with acne, and smoother. Great results, with only using a minimal amount of the cleanser–just my kind of acne cleanser.
Pros: Gentle, effective, mild scent, inexpensive
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 5 Blings
Overall: 5 Blings
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