I used this alongside the spot stress control light moisturiser as my skin had reacted to suncream and I broke out in acne all over my chin and neck. Looking back, I shouldn't have purchased anything from this range as I have sensitive skin but I'd read good reviews and needed something to help me. I've been using it for two weeks and my skin was previously dehydrated, sensitive and only a tiny bit oily with a few dry patches. It's seriously aggravated my skin and actually made my acne worse for the first week, but I think it may have helped clear it up a little now. It really stung at first and I was going to discontinue use straight away but I persevered... I won't be using this as part of my regular routine anymore because it's made my skin more oily than a takeaway, seriously :( I think it's stripped my skin of its natural oils and made it go into overdrive to produce more if that's even possible! I'll keep it just in case I have another bad breakout but otherwise I'm swapping to cetaphil, simple and some tea tree oil.
Great cleanser! Unlike the pink grapefruit wash, this one is an effective wash. I actually like the chemical smell of cleansers because the grapefruit one sickened me. It hydrates, removes acne, and if you keep loyally using it twice a day, it will do wonders for your face. If you even miss one wash....bad things happen :O It doesn't remove acne scars :P but those can be concealed no problem. $6 for a tiny 1 ounce bottle tho.....it's still a good price to pay for clearer skin ^^