Belli Complexion Perfecting Facial Wash

I have a pretty strict skin care routine, and as I get older, the amount of products I try gets longer and longer until I finally find the products that work for me. Now, my daughter is starting her skin care routine so we are searching for the perfect products for her skin type as well. Needless to say, I've become a bit of an expert on facial care products. This month I'm trying out Belli's Anti-Blemish Facial Wash. 

Of course, I always use my Soniclear brush no matter what facial cleanser I'm using, because you have to not only clean out those pores, but you have to get any and all dead skin off and out of the picture as well. Plus, I have had milia since I was 12, so my cleansing brush helps get rid of that extra keratin that gets trapped under my skin and doesn't want to come out. Basically, my skin needs some extra help when it comes to exfoliating. Just simply washing it isn't good enough. This is another reason why it's crucial I find cleansers that are not thick or heavy, and gets a nice lather going on it. 

Belli Facial Wash has a nice, clean citrus scent to it, and in addition to being a wonderful cleanser, you can also leave it on your face as a mask as well if you really need to get deep down in those pores. It left my skin soft without drying it out. Also a great plus, since I'm prone to dryness, especially around my nose. The lemon peel oil in this brightens dull skin, which helps this tired momma look a little more refreshed.

 OB/GYN & Dermatologist Recommended * Allergy Tested * Paraben-Free * Gluten-Free * Cruelty-Free * No Artificial Dyes or Fragrances * Medically researched to avoid ingredients that may be harmful during pregnancy or nursing.

Since there's no harsh chemicals in it, my daughter has been using it every night as well and she really loves it, so it's not just for mommas! 

*Disclosure: This product was received as a sample in exchange for an honest, unbiased, review. The reviews and or opinions on this blog are 100% my own. No monitory compensation was received and I was not required to write a positive review. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising. 


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