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In a perfect world, all of our skincare products would be handpicked by a dermatologist. However, until we invent an app for that, skincare products made by a dermatologist will certainly do the trick. Case in point: this pore-minimizing face wash. Formulated by celeb dermatologist Dr. Brandt as part of his bestselling pores no more® line, there’s no daily cleanser we trust more.
I completely agree with the "Works as Advertised" review; I have never had a cleanser that stung my eyes as much as this one does.1
The cleanser is very runny, hard to get from your hands to your face. Also, the ingredients had a string menthol/burning sensation that stung my eyes.1
It kinda burned and it didn't take off my makeup. I'm not a huge fan of this brand.1
I don't have sensitive skin by any means, however, after one use of this my skin broke out in red bumps and was evident all day until I ashed it off. Not using this brand or product again.1
Be cautious. This is chemical heavy and burns my eyes when I use it. I purchased it before in a trial set from Birchbox and surprised i received it in this month's box because I wrote a similar review about it burning my eyes.
I wear hard contact lenses and it still burned my eyes. Hard contacts prevent my eyes from watering when I cut onions, but didn't block this strong cleanser
I used this product and my face broke out extremely bad.1
I did that read all of the ingredients before using. as I was washing my face a felt a burn..not tingle..burn. after reading the ingredients salicylic is in there and I am super sensitive to it...my fave is now peeling after just one use. so this is a no go for me.
This product dint cause any breakouts, nor did it dry out my skin. However, after using it for 2 weeks there is still no change in my pores or skin.1
Do not have big pores so this product is just like any other cleanser to me.1
It smelled like I was washing my face with lemon Pledge.1