The Liquid Facial Soap Oily Skin Formula is the first step in the Clinique's 3-Step Skin Care System, specially designed for oily skin. The liquid soap gives you a deep cleanse that maintains the right balance between lipids and moisture. You don’t have to worry anymore about your skin drying out after washing it. On top of that, you’ll be well prepared for the next step in the Clinique system: the Clarifying Lotion. The handy pump system makes sure you always have the right amount to use. For skin that’s fresh, clean and comfortable and looks great all day long.
A popular liquid soap which was developed by dermatologists, which cleans in a mild but thorough way without stripping the skin of essential moisture and protective lipids. This liquid soap gives a soft, non-dehydrating foam which removes dead skin cells, dirt and residues and protects the natural moisture balance of your skin. The easy to rinse off formula cleanses, hydrates and refreshes the skin and ensures that the skin feels comfortable.
Clinique is a classic skin care brand that was founded in New York in 1968. A savvy beauty editor once asked a leading dermatologist: “Can you create great skin?” and Clinique was born. Clinique is the leader in skin care routines. Its mission has always been to offer the safest and most effective formulas for simple routines with extraordinary results. Clinique’s skin care products have been tested for allergens and are 100% fragrance free, and are available all over the world.
Use Liquid Facial Soap twice a day, in the morning and evening. Squirt 1 or 2 pumps of soap into your hands and apply to your face after you have removed your make-up. Avoid the sensitive area around the eyes. Massage the soap carefully over the skin for a deep cleansing. Rinse off with lukewarm water. Avoid contact with the eyes. If it comes into contact with the eyes, rinse out well with water. Only for external use. Immediately stop using this product and contact a doctor if irritation occurs. Consult the product packaging for the most accurate warnings.