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Osmosis Clear 4.0 oz

Osmosis Clear- reader reviewed and recommended

Reviewed by Cheryl C. March 24, 2013 2 Comments

Pros

Easy application and gentle on sensitive skin

Cons

Anti-aging properties have yet to be seen
A complementary product for those with aging, acne-prone skin

I’ve been using Osmosis Clear ($16) for about two months, and I can confidently recommend it to those with aging skin that still breaks out. Clear is a clear, fine spray that you spray onto your face (or hand, and then rub onto your skin) before or after applying other treatments. I use it after my serum and moisturizer.

Before using Clear, I suffered from frequent blemishes. My skin is sensitive and dry with T-zone oiliness, so it is hard to manage. The blemishes have improved since I’ve been using Clear though. Clear was also easy to incorporate into my routine – it has no odor, and it truly absorbs into your skin; you’d never know it is there. It is supposed to enhance your other products and reduce surface bacteria, which controls the blemishes. It works. I am not sure about the anti-aging properties since, while my skin does look pretty good and the ingredients are impressive, I use other products that could be credited.

Some skin care experts recommend spraying this on the face prior to adding serums to help Clear penetrate into the deeper layers of skin, but I have not tried that. Finally, I am impressed with the reasonable pricing. I’ve used it day and night for two months, and I’ve only used a fraction of the product! I suspect that one bottle will last at least eight months. Although this is not a product that I would have sought out on my own, it is a great complement (and permanent addition) to my skincare routine.

Ingredients: Harmonized Water Enhanced With Epidermal Growth Factor, Keratinocyte Growth Factor, Antibacterial, Anti-Fungal And Anti-Viral Frequencies

  • March 24, 2013

    by Marta

    Hi Joan, that's a good question. Harmonized water is supposed have "vibrational frequencies". I have found no research on this and, personally, think it's hooey. Osmosis formulates good value products and so I am prepared to overlook what can be politely described as a little eccentricity.

  • March 24, 2013

    by Joan

    I've seen "harmonized water" listed as an ingredient in a couple of different products. Does anyone know what it is? Is is for real ... or is just some new-agey marketing term?

    And what are antibacterial, anti-fungal and anti-viral "frequencies"?

    Other than that, this product looks interesting and seems like something I'd like to try. Just curious if there's anything to these terms or if it's $20 bottle of water with a little EGF and KGF.

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