The Eucerin DermoPurifyer Oil Control Cleansing Gel by Eucerin comes in a big see-through light green plastic bottle. It has a pump dispenser, which makes it quite practical to pour the products into your hands when washing. On the bottle, the brand has included its name, the name and use of the product itself, a few application recommendations and a list of ingredients.
The packaging is quite simple and would fit in well on your shelf with other cleansing and skin products.
This cleansing gel is best used on combination to oily skin.
This gel has a very light smell.
This product has a regular gel texture, light and smooth, and it is completely colorless.
The Eucerin oil control gel should be applied twice as day, the first step in your skin care routine when you wake in the morning, and one of the last steps of the skin cleansing routine in the evening. Use a cherry-sized amount and work it into a lather in your hand with a little water before massaging onto your face. Proceed with rinsing with lukewarm water.
Important: avoid contact with eyes as it may cause redness and inflammation.
This cleansing gel is a solid anti-blemish product. For those prone to spots and blemished skin, it allows you to gently eliminate excess sebum, without being too aggressive on the skin. Daily use will help you dry out the spots. Its soap free and was formulated to work against the main causes of blemish-prone skin, such as micro-inflammation, excess sebum production, hyperkeratosis which leads to blackheads and whiteheads and bacterial growth.
The brand claims it allows users to gently cleanse skin, while removing dirt, make-up and any excess sebum. It also eliminates skin bacteria and prevents bacterial growth, thanks to antibacterial properties.
After only a few days of using the cleansing gel, the results will start being visible. First, your skin will be left feeling clean, fresh and supple after each use. You will also notice improvement with regards to your blemishes. Breakouts will certainly reduce, thanks to the drying effect of the gel. The cleanser also minimises pores and blackheads are less noticeable.
It’s also important to note that this Eucerin cleansing gel is suitable for use with medical anti-blemish treatment, as well as during pregnancy.
If your skin doesn’t have excess sebum or if you have normal to combination skin, we recommended looking for a milder cleansing gel.
This gel is priced at 22.2$ for a 200ml bottle, which is within the price range of similar products by other brands. It is more expensive than Vichy’s Phytosolution Intensive Purifying Gel, sold at 18$ for 200ml but less expensive than Avene’s Cleanance Soapless Gel Cleanser, sold at 27.7$ for a 200ml quantity.