A New Favorite: Clean and Clear Soft In-Shower Facial

It's probably just me, but I have a hard time waking up in the morning. Even though I make sure to have my espresso within 10 minutes of opening my eyes, I still love to have an extra something in my shower to help me move myself along and hopefully make it where I need to go on time. So much the better if that something helps my skin! And with Clean & Clear Soft In-Shower Facial, I get both skin-softening benefits and a tingling wake-me-up.

Clean & Clear Soft In-Shower Facial is an alpha-hydroxy acid facial cleaner, and it contains glycolic acid, which is beneficial for treating and preventing wrinkles. You apply it while standing in a steamy shower, leave it for one minute, and rinse it off. It gives you a nice tingle, thanks to the menthol in the formulation, and also gently exfoliates your face leaving it nice and clean. Get out and add your toner/moisturizer/serums as normal.

I find that Clean & Clear Soft In-Shower Facial is a great way to add an anti-aging formulation to my routine. They recommend using 2-3 times a week in addition to your regular cleansers. It's easy to use, doesn't require scrubbing, and works very well. The price is certainly right too. I'm always impressed with the Clean and Clear products I use, even if they are geared towards the teen crowd. Creating a product with glycolic acid is perfect for those of us who have problematic skin and need a touch of anti-aging too. Recommended for normal and oily skin, and retails for about $7.99 at most major retailers and drugstores.

There is a complete Soft line from Clean and Clear, from cleansers to moisturizers. Check out the slideshow below.


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Meredith Edwards-Cornwall is the founder of online lifestyle websites RetrodivasBeauty.com and RetrodivasCloset.com. She is also known as @retrodiva on Twitter. She specializes in drinking large amounts of espresso, shopping, and enjoying social media. In all of her free time she writes for StyleBakeryMom.com twice a week, and does various other freelance gigs involving writing, designing, and generally being awesome. While she believes that success is indeed a job in New York, she currently resides in Virginia Beach, Virginia with her husband, two children, and two cats and has hung on to her day job.