Tuesday, 8 April 2014
RSL Acne Be Gone Acne Face Wash - Review
Rejuvenate the skin with Alpha Hydroxy Acid to remove pollutants & unclog pores. Beta Hydroxy Acid penetrates deep into pores, removing dead skin cells and acne scars
PRICE & AVAILABILITY
I Love RSL recently released a new range of skincare in Pakistan. Their range consists of Hydra White, a whitening treatment for evening out skin tone. Acne Be Gone for combination/oily skin prone to acne. And Super Vitamin directed towards mature skin to combat the aging process. Each range consists of a Face Wash and a Treatment Cream.
RSL Acne Be Gone Acne Face Wash contains 60ml of product.
I have a combination skin that occasionally suffers from breakouts. I have been using the Acne Be Gone duo for the past month and today I am bringing you my thoughts on their face wash.
The price range is very affordable which is a great thing. The packaging is simple yet elegant. The face wash comes in a press-tube. It squeezes out a transparent gel-like face wash which has a very strong medicinal scent, reminding me of a dentist's office.
It foams well and the scent does tend to have an awakening effect too. The good thing is it does not stay. The instructions say to massage the face wash and leave for 2-3 minutes. I being terribly lazy, just give it merely 30 secs. Still, what I most like about this face wash is that it does not strip my skin off any moisture nor is too hydrating. It leaves a perfect clean feeling.
It also has helped with my breakouts, keeping them under control. Although if you have serious acne issues I don't think this will work then.
Most of all, priced at only Rs. 95, it is something all combo and oily skins should definitely give a try.
This totally worked for my combination skin without any issues, and being so cheap I wouldn't mind purchasing it over and over again. Although, I do wish it smelled better.
Disclaimer: This product(s) was sent to me for consideration to review. I was not paid for this review, I am not affiliated with this company and the fact that the product(s) was free does not influence my opinion at all.