So doTERRA™ offers a few other products besides essential oils. I decided to try out the Clear Skin Foaming Face Wash. I was surprised that it was only a one ounce bottle and a little disappointed I paid the money I did for such a small amount. I was further surprised and elated that one ounce bottle has lasted me well over a month and I am still using it. I don’t feel so bad for purchasing it now.
What I have noticed: I have had fewer break-outs this past month. I usually use St. Ives Apricot Scrub at least once per week, but the Clear Skin wash has left my face/skin noticeably softer and smooth that I have only had to use that facial scrub once in the past month. With my other facial cleanser, I have used make-up remover wipes to get off the rest of my make-up after washing and there is always noticeable make-up residue on the wipe. After using Clear Skin wash and using those wipes after, there has hardly been any make-up residue after I wash my face. So I think it is a great make-up remover also!
Also, my neighbor has been using it for her daughter. Her daughter is in competitive swimming so is always exposed to chlorine and has left her face with breakouts and really dry. My neighbor told me the Clear Skin has really helped her daughter. She is also using Melaleuca oil for her acne by diluting 10 drops of Mealeuca oil in 2 oz of water and misting her face.
Clear Skin’s key ingredients include Rosewood essential oil, Melaleuca essential oil, Eucalyptus globulus essential oil, Geranium essential oil, Lemongrass essential oil, Black Cumin Seed oil, White Willow Bark Extract, Vitamin A. Other ingredients are included.
It is a little pricey for a face wash. Retail $21.00 and Wholesale $15.75 which is the only downside I see to this product. However, if using natural ingredients is important to you, then it is worth it. And as of today it has lasted me over 40 days. That is about $.39 per use. That percentage will go down as I am not yet done with the bottle. Not too bad if you ask me.
Learn more about the Clear Skin Foaming Face Wash here.
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