Clean & Clear Morning Burst Hydrating Facial Cleanser Review
As you know Clean & Clear has a new Morning Burst Hydrating Collection including a new gel moisturizer I recently reviewed and loved! As part of this collection there is also a new Morning Burst Hydrating Facial Cleanser to go along with the moisturizer.
Wondering if I loved it as much as the moisturizer?
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Clean & Clear Morning Burst Hydrating Facial Cleanser ($6.99) is the latest cleanser in the Morning Burst family of cleansers. As you know I adore the brightening version of this cleanser so I was excited they had a new hydrating formulation as I have drier skin and can use all the moisture I can get!
This is a water based cleanser that contains “bursting beads”. which contain fruit extracts that provide gently exfoliation as you cleanse. I don’t really like beads in my cleansers or body washes meh….so that is one turn off with this cleanser but outside of that it’s quite lovely.
It has a fresh cucumber almost banana-like scent and has a gel formula which foams up when water is applied. It has a slick feel on skin and does a fine job removing basic makeup however, I prefer using it in the AM when my skin is makeup free. It’s oil free as well for those who can’t use products containing mineral oils.
It foams up to a nice lather and leaves my skin feeling squeaky clean. It feels hydrating during the wash however, it doesn’t leave any major moisture behind after use however, the best part is it leaves skin smooth and doesn’t make my drier skin feel tighter or two sizes too small. I have issues with many drugstore cleansers that leave my skin very tight after use and I had no such issues with this.
Overall, this is a fine basic cleanser for use with your Clarisonic or on its own to remove makeup or just to wash your face in the AM. Clean & Clear always does a rather great job with these budget friendly cleansers and this new hydrating formula is just as lovely as the others in the range.
It’ll be available this July at drugstores.
This review contains a sample
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