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Oil-Free Acne Wash
Rated 4 out of 5 by Steph79 from Cost-Effective Solution I used to purchase Proactive, which is quite expensive. I had tried switching over to other brands, but always found myself going back to the costly Proactive because nothing else seemed to work. Tried this, and finally was able to say goodbye to that other brand for good. This product (I prefer Neutrogena's Oil-Removing Foaming Cleanser, but this is a close second) controls break outs and doesn't over dry. I also find it doesn't create a strong sensitivity to the sun/UV rays like other products I've tried. And of course, the price point is a huge selling feature. Overall, highly recommended.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by Cathy365 from I am so mad about this wash. I have tried this wash in the past and loved it. So I bought some more and began to fall back in love. Until it dried out my cheeks and nose so bad that it burned to smile or apply a soothing cream to it. My cheeks are all full of blotches and the ache on my forehead has gotten worse. I used the product on a small part of my face to check for irritations like the product said and nothing hurt so I used the product for another few weeks and then this happened. I am so annoyed that this happened a week before family photos. I have decided to never use these products again.
Date published: 2019-04-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dream24 from Good For Acne Prone Skin I use to have very oily and acne skin. I found this wash did help reduce the oily patches on my skin. But after a while it really dried out my skin and it continued to dry out my skin even after I applied moisturizer. Over the years, I changed moisturizer a few times and still my skin was extremely dry. Finally I switched over to the Deep Clean wash and my skin stopped drying up as much. This product definitely worked on my oily face and is still my go to cleanser to help with my acne. However, you should make sure you moisturize your skin to prevent it from drying out.
Date published: 2013-04-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by carla from oil free acne wash (orange) I have a very sensitive skin Im having hard time to find a safe and inexpensive beauty products! I tried this one and im using it almost one month now I can say this is really effective for me. i like this product 100% and affordable! It helps to treat my pimples.This is safe for those who have sensitive skin like me.
Date published: 2013-03-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by Nicole38 from Very disappointed I bought this product to try it for the first time. After 2 days of use it gave my face a rash like a chemical burn. It was dry and flaky and burned to the touch. Was very disappointed:(
Date published: 2014-06-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by H1993 from Very disappointed! Purchased based on a few magazine recommendations. Was really looking forward to using it as I have oily skin that causes a breakouts somewhat often. After using it once a day for about 3 days, and not changing anything else in my routine, I noticed my skin itched like crazy and developed small bumps, almost like hives. Also noticed that the skin on my cheeks suddenly developed dry patches, which I have never had before on account of my oily skin. Overall I do not recommend! My face should not hurt after using a cleansing product!
Date published: 2015-12-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sam43 from Did not agree with me. I am 43 and suffer from acne breakouts around my chin and nose area. I tried using the Neutrogena oil-free acne wash. Apparently I am allergic to something in the wash as my eyes swelled almost shut and I developed a rash around my neck and chin, with little bumps. I look like a wrinkle dog right now. I have used other Neutrogena products and have had no adverse effects with them, however there must be something in this that doesn't agree with me. So check the ingredient list.
Date published: 2016-12-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by Maryyy3333 from Drys my skin out! For me personally, this stuff is way too strong for my sensitive skin. It completely dries my face out even if I use it one time!
Date published: 2014-11-19