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Dermalogica – Overnight Clearing Gel

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Dermalogica Overnight Clearing Gel Review

I’ve been using Dermalogica Overnight Clearing Gel for a while now, as I’ve always had problem combination skin that is prone to breakouts particularly around my chin and jawline. The active ingredient in this product is salicylic acid, and this can be found in hundreds of other blemish products so it’s nothing new, but Dermalogica Overnight Clearing Gel does also contain various natural plant oils, including tea tree leaf oil which is known for its antiseptic and healing properties.

The fragrance-free clear gel should be applied to problem areas to cleansed skin in the evening before bed. I have had good results from it, particularly if I feel one or two small blemishes coming under the skin, quite often by the next morning they have disappeared. It is also good if I have a oily breakout on my chin, the active ingredients dry up any problem areas while I sleep.

This is no miracle product though, and I recommend if you have particularly bad skin that is often prone to breakouts that you consult a doctor or dermatologist, rather than spending your way through hundreds of blemish products trying to find one that miraculously blesses you with perfect skin – that’s not going to happen!

Dermalogica Overnight Clearing Gel is priced at £40.30 for 50ml, I do feel this is rather expensive for what it is however as you only use a little of the gel at an application it does last a long time. It can be purchased from Dermalogica and from many good beauty salons.

I will soon be trying out some more affordable blemish solutions, keep an eye on Beauty Best Friend for more details.

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