Review of Pond's Pure White With Activated Carbon

From Pond's Perfect Care I shifted to a 100 grams tube Pond's Pure White Deep Cleansing Facial Foam with Activated CarbonIt has been my favorite facial wash for several months now.

Pond's Pure White With Activated Carbon
Review of Pond's Pure White With Activated Carbon
There are wide variety of facial washes in the market. I have favorite brands but I admit trying new ones. I like the Pond's Pure White, it deeply cleansed and hydrated. It's easy to wash, not too greasy and has mild scent. It is formulated with Vitamin B3 and a special ingredient called Activated Carbon, an extremely porous mineral absorbs impurities without over-drying your skin. I like how it works on my sensitive skin and it delivers its promise not to dry skin.

Ponds Activated Carbon
Ponds Activated Carbon
Did you know that activated charcoal has several uses? It's detoxifier, a super-absorb-er of poison and impurities. Activated charcoal powder are also being used in the hospital. I'm currently using a toothpaste with activated charcoal (read my review of Colgate with Charcoal).

Pond's Pure White With Activated Carbon (100 gram) comes in black, sleek and easy to squeeze tube so it's easy to find in most supermarkets, health and beauty shops. It lasted more than four months. I use it day and night and every time I felt itchiness on my face after applying makeup.

Photo taken few weeks ago at FrenchBaker Anniversary Celebration

I tried several Pond's products but I admit that new skin care lines are promising. However, every time there's skin breakout, I go back to where I started - Ponds and I'm liking Pond's Pure White with Activated CarbonHave you tried Pond's Pure White With Activated Carbon?


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