Saturday, 7 August 2010

Review: Clean and Clear Instant Dissolving Cleansing Sheets

Sheesh, I can't remember the last time I actually wrote a review on here. 

I've been getting into soaps recently, having acquired five pineapple soaps and an exfoliating soap..which I'm yet to use.

I picked these up totally by accident, I didn't have my eyes in and thought they were the very hard to find Clean and Clear Oil Blotting Control Paper.  Should really learn to read before I pick things up..

Amongst the copious crap I chat on Twitter, I did mention that my Pears soap had finished and I hadn't opened the backup.  I've been using these sheets in place of soap for a few weeks now and I really like them.  They clean my skin and my pores are empty after using them, which is always a good thing.  I really like the way they work, I just need to make sure I don't use too much water because otherwise the sheet doesn't foam up.

The only problem I have with these is one I created for myself.  I opened the container and touched them all with my wet hand..they're all sticking togther now and I have to carefully rip them apart but I can live with that.  Also, there are 24 sheets per pack, I use one in the morning and one in the evening so they will last me 12 days.  I don't really mind that though because firstly, you don't need to use them twice a day and secondly..they only cost me a quid.  Yep, this is another Pound Shop bargain.

I've decided to stock up on these because the stuff I like is always discontinued, I'm currently suffering from toner withdrawal.  If you know a good toner, let me know!


  1. Huh?? What an interesting product! I've never seen or heard of this!!

    Does it dissolve or disappear like the name says?

  2. It does exactly what it says on the packet which is quite surprising because usually with these products I still get a bit of paper left over but here, it turns into liquid very quickly. You just need to turn the tap down a bit because otherwise it melts and flies out of your hand.

  3. I've never seen these before! Thank god for pound shop bargains ;)

  4. Ooh i've seen these sort of things before but only as hand soap. They remind me of those little minty strips that were trendy for a while, remember them?


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