About the brand

Noxema is a skin care cleanser line that was first sold in 1914. It was invented by Francis J. Townsend, a doctor in Ocean City, Maryland and it's original use was a sunburn remedy. It was acquire by Unilever in 2010. Noxema contains camphor, menthol, phenol and eucalyptus, among other ingredients.* It is widely available at major retailers and drugstores nationwide. *Source: Wikipedia

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Overall rating
3.7
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71%
would repurchase
3.7
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Overall rating
71%
would repurchase

Latest Noxzema Reviews

Classic Clean Original Deep Cleansing Cream

Hi! This review is for the Noxema Classic Clean Skin Cleanser. I used this as a teenager in the 70's and had forgotten all about it. Then I spend the weekend with friends and saw this on their bathroom counter. I ended up using it to take my makeup off that night and fell in love all over again. It took all my makeup off my face and left me with that familiar clean fresh faced feeling just like back in the day. Price point is $7.00 US I let this get away from me but it's right back on my counter where I can grab it morning and night. Yay!

Classic Clean Original Deep Cleansing Cream
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3 months ago

Hi! This review is for the Noxema Classic Clean Skin Cleanser. I used this as a teenager in the 70's and had forgotten all about it. Then I spend the weekend with friends and saw this on their bathroom counter. I ended up using it to take my makeup off that night and fell in love all over again. It took all my makeup off my face and left me with that familiar clean fresh faced feeling just like back in the day. Price point is $7.00 US I let this get away from me but it's right back on my counter where I can grab it morning and night. Yay!


CLASSIC CLEAN Original Deep Cleansing Cream
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5 months ago

This was my 1st - my coming-of-age skin cleanser. Two of my aunts, who both have beautiful skin, used this daily. I remember watching them scoop a dollop of the herbal, minty-scented, whipped cream out and massaging it into their skin. They would let it settle for a few minutes to dissolve any dirt, oil, and the little makeup they had on before they removed it with a warm washcloth massage. They were left with the most soft, supple, clear skin that I have ever seen. So, when I entered my pre-teen years with oily skin and breakouts to boot, the only answer was Noxzema. Only it wasn't. Although I think it is a good, gentle cleanser for those with dry-to-normal skins, it is not for my oily, hormonal acne skin. I need products with actives to control the oil and acne.

CLASSIC CLEAN Original Deep Cleansing Cream
3.0
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5 months ago

This was my 1st - my coming-of-age skin cleanser. Two of my aunts, who both have beautiful skin, used this daily. I remember watching them scoop a dollop of the herbal, minty-scented, whipped cream out and massaging it into their skin. They would let it settle for a few minutes to dissolve any dirt, oil, and the little makeup they had on before they removed it with a warm washcloth massage. They were left with the most soft, supple, clear skin that I have ever seen. So, when I entered my pre-teen years with oily skin and breakouts to boot, the only answer was Noxzema. Only it wasn't. Although I think it is a good, gentle cleanser for those with dry-to-normal skins, it is not for my oily, hormonal acne skin. I need products with actives to control the oil and acne.

CLASSIC CLEAN Original Deep Cleansing Cream

I'm 59 and have been using it since age 12. My skin looks very good for my age, and I frequently get asked "What do you use?" Jaws drop when I say "Noxzema." I rub it in and use a wet washcloth to massage it off in small circular motions. This way, it cleans very well and the washcloth provides gentle exfoliation. It never dries my skin. The only bad thing is that it's going to sting if you use it to remove eye makeup and get any in your eyes.

CLASSIC CLEAN Original Deep Cleansing Cream
5.0
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6 months ago

I'm 59 and have been using it since age 12. My skin looks very good for my age, and I frequently get asked "What do you use?" Jaws drop when I say "Noxzema." I rub it in and use a wet washcloth to massage it off in small circular motions. This way, it cleans very well and the washcloth provides gentle exfoliation. It never dries my skin. The only bad thing is that it's going to sting if you use it to remove eye makeup and get any in your eyes.