I feel that this is best for acne-prone skin that is primarily just sensitive. For oily skin, I would go with something slightly stronger. I've had oily skin in the past and if I still did, I would not use this product (though I love it for balance on T-zone now!).
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
The salicilin in the cleanser is a naturally occurring kind of salicylic acid is what I was told. It has proved to be gentler on my skin than the non-natural salicylic acid products that I have used in the past, which was just what I needed since my face is super-sensitive to products with salicylic acid in them, and this line was first started for people with sensitive skin. It would be worth getting a sample of the cleasner in one of the Sephora stores that carries it, or if that is impossible, ordering it to try it out. Spehora has a great return policy if the cleanser doesn't work, but I have a feeling that it will. Everyone I have talked to that has used the REN products has been a fan.
answered 4 years, 8 months ago
(Catheys Valley, CA)
The girl at the Sephora store told me that it is a mild form of salicilic acid. I have really enjoyed this because it doesn't strip my skin like the acids but we all have different skin. hope this is helpful
answered 4 years, 9 months ago
This product is great for sensitive yet acne-prone skin. Personally, I have dry patches along with acne and this product has been working wonders to help balance my face.
I think this product would work well on any oily, blemish-prone skin. You may want to try something a little stronger or even adding an exfoliating peel a couple times a week to add on to your cleansing routine. I would ask for a sample first and see how you like it! It's a best-seller at my local Sephora store and the last couple times I went in...this product was sold out.
I hope this helps.
answered 5 years, 9 months ago