How does this product work with oily/acne-prone skin? Can it help reduce oil and acne better than most products?
I have been debating for weeks on which facial cleanser to purchase. This or the Ole Henriksen Aloe Vera Cleanser. Both are affordable but I need to know which one is more worth to buy. I've been using PTR Acne facial wash for only 4 weeks and literally all my acne is gone! But when I went into Sephora, a sales rep told me once your acne has cleared up its bad to keep using it causing it to strip your face and make it dry which is exactly what happened :/ so I need a good daily facial cleanser that can keep breakouts away without stripping my face's moisture.
asked 2 years, 8 months ago
on Botanical Buffing Beads
I don't think this is the product you're looking for. It isn't terribly moisturizing, or scrubby (pleasant enough, and maybe if you have sensitive skin you'd love it). My daughter's derm recommends a drug-store brand (foaming facial cleanser) as mild and non-drying. My daughters and I all use it.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
I use Ole Henrickson African Red Tea Cleanser - I know, neither of the ones you are debating :) Overall, I am a huge fan of the Ole line, & my skin has yet to have a bad reaction to any of its products.
See if you can get samples in your store of the two you are thinking about, and see which one seems to do better for your skin.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
(Salt Lake City, UT)