Saturday, 20 June 2015

Clearasil Ultra Blemish + Marks Scrub

So my A level exams are officially over and here I am reviewing (yet another) face wash.
This recently caught my eyes on one of my many visits to Boot's I should literally be banned for my own good, but that's another matter.



I have tried many Clearasil products in the past as many spotty teenagers like myself probably have and have found they are extremely hit or miss- you either find a new holy grail or are left with 50% of an apparent spot fighting mega treatment and left feeling extremely underwhelmed.


The packaging is pretty bog standard and isn't exactly instagram worthy, but it does the job. The squeezy tube (very technical sounding, I know) makes it easy to get the right amount of product and prevent wasting product; because lets face it we've all been there trying to remove the last drop of our favourite face wash from difficult packaging- absolute nightmare.


This product has some rather large claims 'Helps clear blemishes fast and fight appearance of marks' whether I am sold on that I am not sure, before I started using this product I had a breakout which soon cleared up- whether it aided this process I am unsure. For someone with sensitive break out prone skin like me this product did most certainly not do me any harm, like many products do. It doesn't have a funky smell like some face washes do which is always a bonus, nobody wants to feel as if they need to cleanse their nostrils after a hideous smelling face wash has polluted them.
It is a gel like formula containing scrubbing beads which they claim 'provide a deep skin cleansing experience'  I cannot deny it left my skin feeling clean, although I cannot say I will be rushing to Boot's to repurchase I am also not disappointed as it works wonderfully as an everyday face wash to leave the skin feeling fresh.
It retails for £5.99 at Boot's which I would say is fair for the product and the amount you get.

What are your favourite Clearasil products?

17 comments:

  1. Congrats on finishing your A Levels! I always dislike it when I can't tell whether a product helped in clearing up a breakout or not, haha, but this sounds like a pretty good products! Thanks for the review!

    May x • THE MAYDENbloglovin'

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    1. Thank you! Same so annoying! You're welcome xx

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  2. Most of my family members/ relatives break out even more with Clearasil products so I've been too scared to try them! Anyways, I think I need something like Roaccutane for my skin problems

    Yousra | Mystic Tales

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    1. Yeah I've heard of this problem! Think it just depends on your skin

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  3. I never tried them but I would like to!
    http://lyinyou.blogspot.com/
    Have a nice day and good luck!

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    1. They're worth a try! Thank you you too!

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  4. I haven't used Clearasil since I was a teenager, but I always loved it and found they cleared breakouts very quickly.

    http://ditsysprinkles.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Yeah some of the products are brill!

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  5. Sounds pretty good, might have to give it a go! x

    http://whiteshirtchic.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Yeah for the price you may as well!x

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  6. Amazing post dear!

    https://www.bloglovin.com/blogs/printed-sea-3880191

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  7. I used to always use Clearasil and love the blemish facial washes and scrubs <3 great review x

    www.krystelcouture.com

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    1. Yeah they're good for the price and thank you x

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  8. Congratulations on finishing your A levels! I used to use this and my skin felt so clean. I'm not sure what it did for blemishes though but it was decent. Great review

    www.sophieslittlesecrets.blogspot.com

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  9. congratulations on completing your alevels! you couldn't pay me to take those again haha! lovely post :) i love this range, it works much better for me than the likes of freederm. i use the facial scrub and the toner whenever i'm having a breakout (usually due to uni stress!) but i've recently started using clinique's 3 step facial routine!

    Laura xx
    Lala London | Beauty & Lifestyle

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