The cleanser is designed for blemished/oily skin, as the name would suggest. I contains saw palmetto and mint which gives it a lovely scent and feels refreshing on the skin. It also contains salicylic acid which is known to help unclog pores and help with blemishes. It also contains aloe leaf and glycerin which helps to sooth the skin.
Cleanser designed for oily skin can often be drying on my skin, I was happy to see that this one isn't at all. It manages to leave the skin feel cleansed and clean without being stripped from moisture.
Applied to damp skin it turns a milky colour which helps to make sure that it is being really worked into the skin. It definitely seems to help reduce oil control and help to get blemishes to go quickly. I think this would be especially good in Summer when my skin is at it's most oily although saying that it has been working well for me in the colder months as well. If you have oily or blemish prone skin I would definitely recommend giving this a go if you are on the hunt for a new cleanser.
Origins Zero Oil Deep Pore Cleanser retails for £18.00.
Have you tried this cleanser? What is your favourite cleanser for oily, or blemish prone skin?