Garnier Clean + Shine Control Cleanser

I completely fell in love with the Charcoal detox  face wash from Michael Todd true organics and when I ran out I decided to try and find myself a less expensive alternative, maybe one I could pick up at a local store instead of ordering online. I had seen a few offerings of charcoal face washes around and decided to try this one from Garnier after one blogger raved of its benefits. So I headed out to my local store and picked it up for the inexpensive price of $7.99



 
This face wash did terrible things to my skin… I have oily skin and this so overly dried it out. I mean my skin started flaking like crazy and in an effort for it to re-moisturize itself began over producing oil and in turn my face broke out terribly. I don’t think I had a break-out this bad since high school and no I am not exaggerating.  I really can’t imagine what skin type this would work well for? I used almost ¾ of the bottle trying to figure what had made my skin going so crazy. After a little process of elimination it could have only been the introduction of this face wash into my skincare routine.

In the end I just purchased a new bottle of my beloved Michael Todd cleanser. Have you ever tried this face wash before? Any recommendations on other charcoal face washes you love? Share in the comments!


Garnier Clean + Shine Control Cleanser

I completely fell in love with the Charcoal detox  face wash from Michael Todd true organics and when I ran out I decided to try and find myself a less expensive alternative, maybe one I could pick up at a local store instead of ordering online. I had seen a few offerings of charcoal face washes around and decided to try this one from Garnier after one blogger raved of its benefits. So I headed out to my local store and picked it up for the inexpensive price of $7.99



 
This face wash did terrible things to my skin… I have oily skin and this so overly dried it out. I mean my skin started flaking like crazy and in an effort for it to re-moisturize itself began over producing oil and in turn my face broke out terribly. I don’t think I had a break-out this bad since high school and no I am not exaggerating.  I really can’t imagine what skin type this would work well for? I used almost ¾ of the bottle trying to figure what had made my skin going so crazy. After a little process of elimination it could have only been the introduction of this face wash into my skincare routine.

In the end I just purchased a new bottle of my beloved Michael Todd cleanser. Have you ever tried this face wash before? Any recommendations on other charcoal face washes you love? Share in the comments!


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