Editor's Rating & Review
Product pet peeve: when a brand flaunts antioxidants like green tea, but they're so low on the ingredients list, you'd have to swim in a vat of it to see any "purifying" benefits. This warming, micro-bead scrub feels like an at-home mini-facial. But does it remove impurities better than basic cleansing? All evidence points to the contrary; it leaves skin (especially oily types) feeling slimy.
Olay Warming Deep Purifying Cleanser Reviews
GrossI feel like I used some kind of gel on my face, my skin is so slimy! This is a horrible product. — 3 years, 6 months agoBon_Bon | 510 reviews
InterestingI liked the way this felt on my face, but didn't notice any incredible benefits from it. — 1 year, 7 months agoTheLacqueredLady | 746 reviews
Leave residue on my faceI was hoping this would help to clear my adult acne by deep cleaning my pores. The sensation of warmth feels good at the beginning, and this is not as harsh as other warming or thermal-active products (e.g. Clinique Pore Minimizer). However, it leaves a thin layer of residue, and it doesn't seem to rinse off completely. And, I still have acne and blackheads..... — 3 years, 5 months agoluckybetty | 895 reviews
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