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GL's Skincare Sessions: Score clear skin in 3 steps with Clean & Clear Essentials

We’re always in search of skincare products that’ll deliver healthy, glowing skin. Since tons of derms tell us that using a regular, three-step system (cleanser, toner and moisturizer) will whip our complexion into oh-so-clear shape, we enlisted two GL beauty vloggers to check out the Clean & Clear Essentials lines, then show us how to rock a routine that works.


Clean & Clear Essentials for oily skin


If you have oily or combination skin—basically, if you’re super shiny at the end of the day or suffer from acne—this set is perf for your skin.


Jane begins with the Clean & Clear Essentials oil-free cleanser, which is powerful enough to remove makeup, dirt and oil. Then she uses the astringent formulated with salicylic acid to blast hidden oils and other pore-clogging bacteria. She finishes up with the oil-free moisturizer to combat pimples and blackheads while keeping her skin smooth. Jane’s favorite part? It doubles as a makeup primer.


Clean & Clear Essentials for sensitive skin



This set is for gals with dry or combination skin. Translation? You’re oily in the t-zone (forehead, nose and chin), but dryer around your cheeks. Babes with combination or dry skin may or may not suffer from acne.


Lisa begins with the Clean & Clear Essentials sensitive cleanser, massaging in small circles to boost circulation. The second step in Lisa’s routine, the deep cleansing toner, also contains salicylic acid—but the gentle formula won’t dry out sensitive skin. Lisa finishes with the moisturizer to keep skin hydrated and fend off pimples.


Do you use a three-step skin regimen? What are your tips for maintaining a clear complexion? Blog about it, beauty babes!

BY GL ON 8/20/2012 1:00:00 PM

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