I have had the Eucerin Dermo Purifyer Cleanser* so long that this has now become an empties post- it's all gone. Finito. But I guess that means you're about to get a really good review of the product, as I've had enough time to give it a thorough test!
To get straight to the point - when I first used this cleanser, I thought "YES. This is the one." It was refreshing, left my skin feeling super clean and it wasn't stripping at all. The clear gel, soap free formulation was really gentle, had a nice and light lather, and did a really good job at removing any traces of make up leaving that nice clean feeling behind. I can't comment on whether or not my skin cleared up from using this cleanser, as I ended up taking prescription tablets to sort out the total mess of my skin, so they have had a huge impact on clearing my spots and blemishes.
I can say however, when I stopped taking my tablets but was still using my Eucerin Cleanser, the cleanser didn't prevent any blemishes from returning. Oil wise, for my skin it seemed a lot more under control when I first started using it.
You might have noticed a lot "was" and "when I first" slipped in the above paragraphs... That's because I felt as though my skin got used to the cleanser and it stopped becoming as effective after a couple of weeks. My skin stopped feeling super nice and clean afterwards, and it just went back to a standard feeling face wash. My oily skin stopped being so under control, and honestly, I don't know if I'd repurchase it. At £9.00 a bottle, it's not the cheapest of cleansers, but at the moment it is discounted in the Escentual Sale for £7.19 if you did want to give it a go!
I even shared some of this bottle with Liam, and he has agreed that it felt amazing at first, but it just doesn't feel as amazing anymore! But sad Carly is still on the hunt for the perfect cleanser...
Have you tried the Eucerin Dermo Purifying Cleanser? What's the best cleanser you've found?
*This product was sent to me for consideration.