Cipla Saslic Foaming Face Wash With Salicylic Acid

Brand : Cipla

Product Category : Face Wash

Product Type : Regular

Price : Rs 199

Where to buy : Drugstore, stores and online

Ingredients, claims and how to use : See images below

My Skin type : Normal to oily

Saslic face Wash review

IngredientsSaslic Face wash ingredients

How to useSaslic face wash review

Cipla Saslic Face Wash is a foam face wash. It has the consistency of water, and comes in the form of foam. Just take a coin sized amount and massage over the face for a minute and leave it on for 20-30 seconds and wash off with luke warm water. I have super oily face in summers, so I first wash face with my daily facewash, and then use the saslic face wash. Cipla Saslic facewash has helped a lot in reducing my blackheads, and helped with reducing acne as well.

Pros and Cons of Saslic Foaming Face Wash based on my experience

Pros

– Good packaging – travel friendly
– Budget friendly – One bottle lasts for more than 3 months ( thrice a week use)
– Reduces new blackheads from forming by almost 70-80%
– Reduction in blackheads resulted in lesser acne
– Does not dry out the skin

Cons

Cannot think of any. The product pretty much delivered on what it promised.

My Say

Saslic face Wash has become a staple in my skin care routine now. I have seen major reduction in blackheads and acne ever since I started using it. At times, when I have to stop using this, while I am trying a new product, I see a drastic increase in blackheads, which again reduces once I start using the face wash. However, there is no effect on existing blackheads. 

Saslic Foaming face wash review

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