Because I have fairly sensitive skin everywhere but my T-zone (sounds unbelievable, but trust), I took a dime-size dollop of the cleanser and only applied to my chin, my dose, and in-between my eyebrows—areas that I often struggle with clogged pores.
The directions noted to massage in for about 30 seconds and then to rinse and pat dry. The brand recommends using it twice daily, but I only fully cleanse once a day. After about a week of only using it at night, I drastically noticed a difference the way my pores looked—AKA, they were way less clogged—and it’s only gotten better since using it for about three more weeks.
I never experienced any dry patches, which can be so hard to cover up with concealer, and the brand actually recommends only using once a day to prevent dryness from forming.
I don’t notice nearly as much gray stuff in my pores (gross, but let’s just talk openly, OK?) and because of that, they looked smaller. And my chin? It’s an area I’m prone to pimples, but even those were popping up less.
You can pick up this vacuum of a cleanser for $55 at mecca.com.au.
This article originally appeared on InStyle U.S.