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Meet your skincare workhorse. Formulated with caffeine, vitamins, and refreshing citrus extract, this face wash brightens and energizes skin while removing dirt, surface oil, and impurities (without overdrying). And those are just the immediate effects; it also guards against future environmental damage. All in a day’s work.
The product smells clean and refreshing, but I usually just use soap to wash my face. I don't feel e need to substitute soap for this.3
this is a nice face wash but I like more of a tingle in my products to give me a clean feeling after3
I really dislike minty products and the cooling effect is something I can't stand. So the second I put this on my face, I couldn't wait to wash it off again. I don't need a minty feeling to feel fresh. So this is an immediate no-go for me.3
Pretty standard face wash. Not sticks out as amazing from this company. Just cleans your face without any bells and whistles. No exotic smell or tingle. If you just want a clean face this is perfect though!3
It's just a smooth average face wash. Not extra strength, not deep cleansing. It does the job at sets out to do.3
A decent face wash for in the mornings. Not as invigorating as other face washes I have used.3
This product was great! However not the best in terms of this category. I currently use a product similar but it appeals to my liking more.3
I was able to check this out it smells pretty good and fresh. I have a few other moisturizers already however so I would probably stick to that.3
This face wash gets the job done, but there is definitely better quality out there for a lower price3
I was a little disappointed. I loved the body wash from this brand. I was expecting great things from the face wash. It's good, but it's just a basic gel wash. I didn't get any of the refreshing tingle and lather of their other wash. Again, good wash, but not what I'd hoped. Maybe I set my expectations too high.3