The “Pure Clay Detoxifying Gel Wash Detox and Brighten” is packaged in a secure pale green squeezable tube with black inscription on it and a snap lid. The tube has a transparent section showing the color of the cleanser itself which is a greyish-black in this case because of the charcoal.
The cleanser has a slimy runny texture that mousses upon application.
This product has a flowery charcoal smell.
The “Pure Clay Detoxifying Gel Wash Detox and Brighten” is suitable for all skin types.
In the morning and the evening, apply a dollop of the cleanser on a wet face and massage in circular motions while focusing on the T-zone. Wash out thoroughly.
We tested this cleanser on sensitive skin and as recommended by the brand. The “Pure Clay Detoxifying Gel Wash Detox and Brighten” was easy to apply because of the runny nature of the product that foamed when applied to wet skin. While massaging the product on the face we found it to be refreshing, and after washing the face, the skin looked brighter and seemed to be cleansed from impurities. After the first use, the face looked brighter and felt softer and the t-zone was balanced out. There was no residue left on the skin after we washed it. The cleanser itself is soap-free, so it was gentle on the skin while unclogging the pores. After several uses, we found that the product can be drying for the skin, so we recommend hydrating the face after use with a moisturizer.
This product has an average price of $8.9/130 mL which is comparable to other products in the same range like Garnier’s “Skinactive Skin + Shine Control Cleansing Gel” that sells officially at $7.9/150 mL and remains cheaper than Origin’s “Clear Improvement Active Charcoal Exfoliating Cleansing Powder to Clear Pores” which sells at $30/50g.