Clearasil #PerfectaWash System Review

Growing up, I've always had problems with acne and finding the right product to help my skin. As a woman in my early twenties I still struggle to find the perfect product to help acne go away. 

When I first got this product, I thought it would be a little bit unnecessary, but then the convenience factor kicked in.  I don’t have to wet my hands and then drip water all over a bottle of cleanser, the automatic dispenser allows me to only touch my face when washing. The main thing that I really enjoy is that it dispenses the perfect amount of face wash, which I apparently have been using too much my whole life, and in turn I save money by not having to buy product more often since now I am guaranteed 100 doses each bottle.  The face wash is the same as you would expect any Clearasil product to be, I notice a difference in the clearness of my skin. However, my skin has been drying out due to the 2% salicylic acid, but it gets me to moisturize my face like I should anyway.

Right now Mom Central Canada is offering moms, ladies, women, like yourself to go ahead and test out the product and you don't even need to have a blog. You can apply until tomorrow, April 10, 2012 and get a chance at reviewing and expressing your own opinion on the new Clearasil PerfectaWash System. 


·      It automatically dispenses the perfect dose of effective cleanser every time.

·      The leading edge formula gives you visibly clearer skin by treating the acne.

·      The Soothing Plant Extracts refill contains extracts sourced from daisy, rock rose and lavender – which are known to calm skin

·      Each starter kit includes the revolutionary dispenser and two cleanser refills (three months of cleanser for one small price – an amazing value).

·      You can stop worrying about juggling multiple skincare products – this one daily cleanser is all you want.


Disclosure – I am participating in the Clearasil PerfectaWash program by Mom Central Canada on behalf of Reckitt Benckiser.  I received compensation as a thank you for my participation.  The opinions on this blog are my own.


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