Cleanser Review, Daniel Kern Cleanser, Cleanser, acne, skin care

Daniel Kern, Cleanser,

Daniel Kern, Cleanser,, review, label

I’ve heard a lot of people say that it doesn’t matter what cleanser you use since it’s only on your skin for about 30 seconds. I have to strongly disagree with this opinion. A cleanser has the power to strip your skin of all moisture and oils, or it can leave a film on your skin and clog pores. Finding the right cleanser for your skin type is important.’s Cleanser is better suited for very oily skin. It is a clear gel that lathers quite nicely. It didn’t leave a film on the skin, and it did clean quite well. However, it was a tad too drying for my combination skin and I prefer a soap-free cleanser to keep the skin balanced. Although on the official site it says that this cleanser removes foundation, I needed an additional makeup remover because this just didn’t do it.  I used this product for over two years, and my skin was almost clear but it was also quite dehydrated and flaky. I’ve gone through quite a few different cleansers, and this one is one of the better ones, but it isn’t a perfect fit for my skin type.  It is very inexpensive for the huge amount you get (16 oz for under $10.00). The bottle lasts almost a year!

Overall this is a good cost-effective product for oily skin. However, I think there are better, soap-free alternatives out there.

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