Unilever Simple Skincare Foaming Cleanser Review from Hagerstown, Maryland
simple skin care products that claims it's supposed to help with oily skin, blemishes and clear your pores and for sensitive skin.Well I have used this product and it's false advertising all around!
I broke out on my face and behind my ears real bad (especially behind my ears).It's a bad product and hasn't done anything it claims
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