Review: Acure Superfruit Cleansing Gel

It would be nice if my blemish problems were limited to my teen years, but, unfortunately, they never seemed to vanish entirely. I have combination skin, so I seek out products that help with oil control in all the right places (forehead, nose, and chin). Acure sent me their Facial Cleanser Gel (Superfruit and Chlorella Growth Factor), which is targeted to combination and oily skin types. I put it to the test.

Pros:
  • Contains many organic ingredients
  • A little goes a long way
  • Lathers well
  • Pleasant fruity scent
  • Cleanses without drying
  • Vegan and gluten-free
Cons:
  • Moderately priced
Summary:
This gel performed really well. The cleanser has the consistency of shampoo, and forms a nice lather. It left my face feeling very clean but not overly dry. The cleanser definitely helps with oil control. However, I do recommend following up with a moisturizer, such as Acure's corresponding Oil Control Facial Moisturizer. The cleansing gel is quite a gentle formula, rating a very low 1 on the EWG Skin Deep database. It contains multiple organic ingredients, such as organic argan oil and organic fruits. While it is more expensive than drugstore cleansers, the quality of the ingredients is much higher than you'd expect for a skin care product around $15. It's definitely a good value, especially if you can find it on sale. I also really love Acure's commitments to incorporating certified organic ingredients, going carbon neutral, and not using synthetic fragrances. Acure goes out of their way to clearly label products as vegan and gluten-free (when applicable) and even lists sources as part of their ingredient lists. If you'd like a great cleanser with organic ingredients, Acure's Superfruit Cleansing Gel is a fantastic choice.

Also available on Amazon.com.

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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