Formula 10.0.6 Three Times Sublime

Formula 10.0.6 Three Times Sublime

3.5

4 reviews

75% would repurchase

Package Quality: 4.3

Price: $$

Package Quality: 4.3

Price: $$

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Age: 36-43

Skin: Other, Other, Not Sure

Hair: Other, Other, Other

Eyes: Other

According to the directions "apply to clean skin." WHY wtf I bought this thinking it was a daily cleanser I guess I'm dumb but now to use it I use 10.0.6 best face forward 1st then apply this using circular gentle rubbing for about 30 seconds ~1 minute or so then I let it ruminative to dry for 15 mins, rinse off (a cpl x a week I use IF ii have time), cuse 1 of their toners (I have both dunno why they call *this* or those 2 "cleansers" this is not a cleanser it's a masque!!) & 10.0.6 mattifying moisturizer..kind of miffed I had to use a traditional cleanser 1st b4 applying this. & I don't normally have an extra 15 mins in the AM I def don't think teens do w school/part time jobs which this target demographic market is younger folk. This does work! Smell is forgettable & transient. It will get ur skin squeaky clean & ur complexion will sparkle! I'm planning go collect all of the 10.0.6 products except masques coz it's a shame I never have time to do them even thou I immensely enjoy doing masques (& reaping the benefits!)this is not a cleanser its actual purpose is that of a masque left on for 15 mins, if u can carve out an extra 15 mins in ur day 4 this more power 2 u!! :-)



on 8/4/2015 1:23:00 PM

Age: 19-24

Skin: Combination, Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Black, Straight, Medium

Eyes: Black

I like how this mask is sweet smelling and portable. It leaves up to it's properties of cleansing, masking and scrubbing the pores of one's face in a maximum of 15 minutes. Aside from that, I like how I do not need to keep track of the time and just wait for the mask to dry on my face before washing off.
Read my intensive review on Threes Times Sublime here: http://ireviewuread.com/post/125829289163/three-times-sublime


Age: 19-24

Skin: Normal, Olive, Warm

Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium

Eyes: Hazel

I don't think this does anything for blackheads btw but it is a good mask that exfoliates your skin as you scrub it off. Which is why I like it.. Not sure what it's really supposed to do lol but it gets my skin sqeauky clean. My skin does feel dry after wards


Age: 19-24

Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral

Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium

Eyes: Blue

Excuse my harshness, but this is horrible.

I was recommended this product by a clerk who said that it was good for my dry, then cystic acne infested skin. The motivation was that the scrub would exfoliate the top layer of dryness and prevent the acne from getting "trapped". The first 2 uses it actually seemed ok. My pores looked a bit smaller. This soon changed into making my skin more irritated and drying it out.

The product in itself is opaquely white with red grains, and has a boring and "grey" scent. Although recommendations say that it should be used as a mask, facial wash or scrub 1-3 times a week, I would not dare to use it more than every second week on my skin as the grains are so big and sharp. I could feel it cutting into the skin if I rubbed it ever so slightly while washing it off. I tried using it as a mask and washing it off under running water in the shower... but alas, it stays put until you massage it off.

The effect it had on my skin was highly drying, but it didn't do much for the acne. The skin just felt parched, while the acne got redder and more inflamed. Due to the grains the skin got very very irritated and red right after washing it off. In some instances I would wake with several small yellow heads the day after.

After it started irritating my skin... I gave it 5-6 uses with different conditions of my skin, but neither turned out well. I actually tried to use it as a body scrub instead, but no luck. Finally I threw it in the bin. Probably the so far only product I've thrown in the bin before it use-by-date passed.

Conclusion: Don't even consider using it for something more sensitive than the soles of your feet. Stay away!


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