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|Burt's Bees Sensitive Facial Cleanser, 6 Fluid Ounces
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I've battled with acne for two and a half years. I have tried all natural products but one, and that totals 6. 6 wasted products and cleansers, money down the drain, each product made my acne worse until I realized that i had sensitive skin and was trying the wrong thing. I convinced my mom to take me to the store and try a natural sensitive cleanser. They had several, but this was the only one without any fragrance at all. I tried it, morning and night, for days. It has made my skin feel really good. I first wash off my makeup, then apply a small amount with my fingers all over my face, then rinse it off with a washcloth. It cleanses gently, no burning or stinging.
I have not noticed much of a difference yet in my acne, though. It has made my skin less greasy, but there are just as many pimples there as there have been for the past few months or so. I will wait and see if this helps any more.
EDIT July 2014: lately as it is getting old and caked up, it isn't working very well, so I switched to Aveeno Clear Complexion Foaming Cleanser and are seeing better results.
This is so so gentle! No soap whatever in it (so virtually no irritation) THis cleanser in non comedogenic, has no artificial preservatives, and works great with the regimen. My acne is almost gone and I can feel good about using a cleanser without so many chemicals!
INCREDIBLE. Never using anything else again