Beauty Roadtest: Clean & Clear's Blackhead Eraser Mask Doesn't Take An Eternity To Work
March 12, 2010
Blackheads are my archnemesis. So many products claim to remove them, but Clean & Clear’s Blackhead Eraser Cleansing Mask ($5.19) actually did the trick, without putting a dent in my budget. I put the creamy mask on my face, brushed my teeth while the mask hardened, then rinsed, and my face was blackhead free. The mask didn’t feel like a pottery project on your face, and I didn’t have to wait hours for it to work–only a few minutes. This cleansing mask also includes salicylic acid, which was helpful for that annoying acne that shows up at certain times of the month.