Clean & Clear Makeup Dissolving Foaming Cleanser Review


I swear it’s been years since I’ve used Clean & Clear and I almost forgot how much I loved it when I was using it. The new Clean & Clear Makeup Dissolving Foaming Cleanser reminded me why it was my skincare regime way back when with it’s fresh scent and ability to get my skin sparkling clean, swing! Likey!

You know what to do for the review…!

Clean & Clear Makeup Dissolving Foaming Cleanser is a brand new oil-free foaming cleanser. It comes in a 6 oz pump for $5.99 (I seen it at Target for $5.49) and is a foaming cleanser. I seriously have an obsession with foaming cleansers, is it me or do you feel the same way?


A pump or two will do your entire face and it’s gentle enough not to dry out skin. It has a super fresh pleasant scent plus did I mention it’s a foam? Loves it! Supposedly it even removes waterproof mascara but I can’t say as I normally remove my mascara prior to washing my face, I never trust a cleanser do it not even my beloved Shu oil.


With it’s inexpensive price tag and rich lathering formula it’s a winner for me. Muse Approved for Purchase! Likes it alot.

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If you’re looking for a cheap, inexpensive cleanser that won’t break the bank, cleans your face, smells fresh and clean, and doesn’t dry your skin out or clog pores I’d say grab yourself some Clean & Clear Makeup Dissolving Foaming Cleanser.

Good stuff, ’nuff said (and you know what a nit picker I am about skincare so this is def one to pick up!).

  • 9/16/10 21:27 Holly:

    This stuff isn’t available anymore :-( Which is a total bummer, it left my skin really soft!

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    • 9/17/10 14:06 the Muse:

      aw holly that stinks, I love it for quickie cleaning

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  • 4/15/11 22:50 Lisa:

    This stuff is amazing! I’m not sure why people are saying that it’s discontinued. They have it in Canada, but maybe it’s not in America anymore. It actually does what it says..which I love. P.S Love your blog!!

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    • 4/18/11 11:18 the Muse:

      thanks lisa so glad you enjoy my site ;-D It is sadly not available in the US anymore :-/

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  • 2/6/12 16:18 Kayla:

    I was using it as a makeup remover, (because it is suppose to be a makeup remover on the first place) and I was not happy with this product at all. I used 6 cotton pads at least untill I could get rid of my makeup and I wear just mascara, powder and blush.
    And besides that check the ingredients…it is full of synthetic materials and some of them are toxic or irritant. ( PEG-6: contains 1,4-dioxane which, on top of being a known carcinogen, may also combine with atmospheric oxygen to form explosive peroxides—not exactly something you want going on your face.)

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