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The Review: Clean and Clear Night Relaxing Deep Cleaning Face Wash (Oil Free)




I would say that ever since the summer, I've finally stuck to keeping up with my skin care and try to take better care of my skin. That being said, I am still up to try almost anything that would suit my skin. I always thought that I had very oily skin. But now that I've cleared up the majority of my acne, I'm finding that my skin is actually more combination and I don't drink enough water so if I drank more water I probably would even have less oil. But as of today, I have dry cheeks and an oily T-Zone. 
I've tried Clean & Clear products before and they always work well with my skin. I gave this night wash a go as I noticed my sisters were using it and bought it for myself. Right away, I noticed that it calmed me down at night. I'm talking as soon as I would wash my face at night, I was ready to pass out and sleep. So it's always been good for helping me fall asleep. 
I would always wake up with smooth skin but I reasoned it was from other products I'm using. What I didn't realize is how much this face wash really helped my skin. Literally, the next day after I stopped using this wash, I broke out a bit. 
So this stuff is amazing and does what it says on the tin! Oh and it being oily free is a plus just for my skin type but I'm sure it's suited for normal to oily skin types. I definitely recommend you give this nightly wash a go if you're looking for a cheaper skincare option. 

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