Oh I’d say by now everyone’s gotten their grubby, greedy little hands on the new L’Oreal Go 360 Clean Cleansers right? If not you’ve at least seen them at your local Target, CVS, etc…right?
Have a little jump to hear my babble on the new L’oreal Go 360 Clean Cleanser Deep Facial Cleanser.
For the sake of blogging I did indulge in three of the four formulas of the new L’Oreal Go 360 Clean Cleansers. See that’s how I justify my crazy beauty habits, “but it’s for the blog….I have to tell my peeps that read my crazy babbling about the new bits popping up….it’s for the blog…” Pretty good excuse right?
As I said I got three and I though I’d do individual reviews on each because they all did react a bit different on my skin and produced different results and such. Cool?
Today I’m doing the Deep Facial Cleanser which is the green version.
What L’Oreal says:
- Smaller pores: Go 360 Clean shrinks the appearance of pore size and refinishes the skins surface to reveal skin with more clarity
- Deeper cleansing: Unique formulas reach down deeper to every last pore for a deep, deep clean. Keeps pores clean day after day
- Softer skin: Sweeps away dead skin cells for an extraordinary softening and smoothing effect
So…..let’s break this up for a well rounded review.
First of all it’s a gel formula that smells very fresh and very clean. Love the scent! It’s supposed to smell of orange flower and mint but I don’t really get either, mostly it’s almost like a fresh shampoo scent, quite pleasant.
As you know it comes with a scrublet which is simply a cleansing disc with a rubbery feel and super soft points. I like the scrublet very much. If Santa failed to get you that Clarisonic brush you so desperately wanted go grab yourself a scrublet, it produces similar results, not as great mind you but it’s the cheap girl’s dupe. It works fabulously. It doesn’t feel harsh on my skin as I originally though it would. It’s soft and works up the 360 Cleanser into a nice foam. Honestly, if I fail to use the cleanser in the future I can still very much see myself taking advantage of using this little guy.
L’Oreal says the formula will help reduce oily areas and dry skin patches but that’s simply not the case sadly.
Here’s the deal. If you have oily skin and larger pores L’oreal Go 360 Clean Cleanser Deep Facial Cleanser may produce good results for you. Normal to dry skin may experience drying which is the case for me.
First off my skin is behaving normally lately. I’m very dry in the Winter, flaky dry, tight, itchy dry….but I’ve been re-testing a Clarisonic Brush plus using Skin Food moisturizers and it seems to have made my skin perform very normal. No oily forehead, no flakes…..
My first try with this cleanser was fabulous. I love how it foams, I love how it feels like it’s REALLY getting in there and deep cleaning my skin. Dry off my skin and the trouble crops up. It leaves my skin feeling squeaky clean however it also leaves it tight and dry. My 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th test out and still the same results. It foams wonderfully, really gives a good deep clean, but still I’m left with very tight, dry skin. After moisturizer it goes back to normal ever so slightly but I’m unsure at this point if I’ll continue to abuse myself with it.
Overall,I’ll probably ditch it in the long run as I can’t afford having my skin suffer through a dry, patchy period, I was getting to used to it performing normally. However, I feel like it would perform very well for oily skin and larger pores which is why I do urge anyone with such a skin type to try it out, it may likely work. Anyone with normal, dry skin may see the same results as me.
I wanted to love it but I just couldn’t.
Stay tuned as I’ll be reviewing the other formulas in this line very shortly.
If you’ve tried L’Oreal Go 360 Clean Cleansers I’d really love to hear your results!
These are available now at your local drugstore. I suggest Target for purchase as it’s the cheapest with a price of $5.49.
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