Elizabeth Arden Visible Difference Oil Free Cleanser Review

by Vini B on February 13, 2013 · 6 comments

Elizabeth Arden Visible Difference Oil Free Cleanser Review

Hello Beautiful Ladies,

I have already reviewed toner and the moisturizer from the same range, and this post was pending. So, today I am going to review Elizabeth Arden Visible Difference Oil-free Cleanser for oily skin.

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Product Description:

Oily skin demands thorough cleansing without being dried out.  We have combined a proven blend of botanical extracts, plus witch hazel and glycerin to create a perfectly balanced cleanser that’s effective yet mild. Our hardworking, oil-free foaming cleanser helps minimize the look of pores while providing optimum hydration (yes, even oily skin needs some) and leaves your skin feeling clean, energized and glowing. Dermatologist and clinically tested.

Oil Free Cleanser 1

  • Non-comedogenic.
  • Best for oily skin.

Key Ingredients:

  • Witch Hazel: Provides astringent properties to help tone your skin and reduce the look of pores.
  • Sage and Rosemary Extracts: Mild, yet effective cleansing system that soothes your skin. Both extracts are skin conditioning.
  • Glycerin: Provides optimum hydration to replenish and revitalize your skin’s appearance and prevent harmful stripping of the skin.

Application and Uses:

  • Massage onto wet face. Work into lather. Rinse thoroughly with warm water. Follow with Visible Difference Oil-Free Toner.
  • As always, you will get best results if this is part of a consistent, daily Visible Difference essential regimen: 1) Cleanse 2) Tone 3) Treat 4) Moisturize.

Price:

Rs. 1390 for 125 ml.

My Experience with Elizabeth Arden Visible Difference Oil Free Cleanser:

This oil-free cleanser is meant especially for oily, acne-prone skin.  I have already reviewed the toner and the moisturizer in the past from the same range and I really loved them.  This cleanser is creamy and gel based, which feels quite light on the skin and washes off without leaving any slippery feeling. It smells somehow like strong spa scent which is quite strong, but tolerable for me.  The problem I faced with cleansers meant for oily skin is that they dry out my skin.  This cleanser does not dry out my skin, it foams up the skin, leaving it touchably soft and without stripping moisture.

Oil Free Cleanser 2

Coming to the claims, it is a gentle, oil-free cleanser, but it does not minimize the size of pores for which I actually purchased this.  I don’t have big pores, but oily skin tends to produce more oil compared to any other skin type, so I want something for my pores and another drawback is that it contains all types of parabens, so using parabens on a daily basis is not a great idea. Overall, it is a gentle oil-free cleanser.  If you are using proper skin regimen, it works great, but I am more into natural products, so I will skip this next time.  I somehow finally finished up the product and I am not going to buy this next time.

Oil Free Cleanser 3

Pros of Elizabeth Arden Visible Difference Oil Free Cleanser:

  • Leaves skin clear and soft.
  • Dermatologist and clinically tested, non-comedogenic.
  • Gentle oil-free cleanser.
  • Does not dry out the skin.

Cleanser

Cons of Elizabeth Arden Visible Difference Oil Free Cleanser:

  • Does not reduce pore size.
  • Expensive.
  • Not a fan of the smell.
  • Contains parabens.

IMBB Rating:

3/5.

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{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

jomol February 13, 2013 at 3:09 pm

Thanks for reviewing this Vini….helps all of us stay away from such products :)

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Vini February 13, 2013 at 7:15 pm

Your welcome Jomol :-)

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Vineetha February 13, 2013 at 6:57 pm

Yeah It alwys is a pin when we spent a lot and then it turns out to be a dud :-(. Nice review!

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Vini February 13, 2013 at 9:18 pm

Thanx Vineetha…
Yes thats true spending a lot and getting dud is really sad :-(

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neetu aadya lohani February 14, 2013 at 2:35 am

Aww.. its a dud..!! ur pics were so appealing that i thought its recommended for everyone!!

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Vini February 14, 2013 at 8:15 am

Thanx Neetu … But actually its not :-(

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