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Clearasil Overnight Serum 1.005ml @ Poundland

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5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago
The oil free maximum strength serum works continuously through the night when your skin is actively in the process of cell regeneration and renewal to help visibly reduce redness and size of existing spots overnight.

In tesco it is £7.15
In boots its £7.14
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#1
I got this in Homebargains today for 99p the packaging is in german, so had to google a translation of the directions of use, but a bargain for my teenage son.
#3
Same in Home Bargains if you have one near you.
#4
Im not surprised its £1 tbh, it was way over priced at £5.50 odd.. which wouldn't be bad if it actually worked. I didn't notice a thing with this or the lotion, where as I've had good results with the rest of the range..

Have switched to Dea Sea Spa though, more expensive but it works, only without the drying effects (or the excess oil you get later on when your skin starts overcompensating!)

..Anyway, its a good price if you like this stuff :)
Voted hot :)
#5
Got one from Poundland yesterday and saw the price at Boots today. Never tried it before. I don't believe this stuff works at all to be honest. But it at least makes me feel better - at least I am doing something positive (?) to my skin.

I am trying it at the moment :D Can tell you the effect (if any) in the morning!
#6
Get yourself some hydrogen peroxide from the chemist and apply it with an ear bud. Far more effective and its cheaper and will last a lot longer than 15ml of this stuff.
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vaikiska
Got one from Poundland yesterday and saw the price at Boots today. Never tried it before. I don't believe this stuff works at all to be honest. But it at least makes me feel better - at least I am doing something positive (?) to my skin. I am trying it at the moment :D Can tell you the effect (if any) in the morning!
Me to trying it at the moment aswell :D
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apduk
Get yourself some hydrogen peroxide from the chemist and apply it with an ear bud. Far more effective and its cheaper and will last a lot longer than 15ml of this stuff.


Don't you mean benzoyl peroxide?

With hydrogen peroxide, you'll get the bleached ghost look

http://www.inhousepharmacy-europe.com/images/panoxyl.gif
1 Like #9
Well have been using it for almost a week now. And what can I say. It is good! It dries my skin in the place where the spot is and it heals quicker than usually! Def worth the pound :) Not worth Boots price though.

I know my skin will gradually get used to this new treatment and will stop responding afterall but I can see the effect at the moment ;)

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