Clinique Rinse Off Foaming Cleanser Review - The Dermatology Review

Clinique Rinse Off Foaming Cleanser Review

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08.01.19 AD DISCLOSURE

The Clinique Rinse Off Foaming Cleanser was designed to serve as a facial cleansing alternative for those who struggle with dryness, tightness or irritation post-cleansing. Foam many of us, highly foaming cleansers without a buffer can feel drying, upset the pH balance of our skin and leave us feeling parched and sensitive. In order to eliminate that feeling, the best thing you can do is switch up your cleanser to something with more of a moisturizing base. The Clinique Rinse Off Foaming Cleanser offers a little bit of both worlds. As a foaming cleanser, it still delivers that oh so satisfying, purifying feeling, but the cream-mousse consistency of this product cuts down on any dryness, leaving the skin feeling clean, but still comfortable, moisturized and fresh.

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