A Review: Kate Sommerville Eradikate Daily Foaming Cleanser.

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Last year, I saved up all of my Ulta Rewards points so I could get as many Kate Sommerville products as possible, for free.

I got two separate sampler packs and some full-size items! I’d never tried anything from Kate Sommerville because it’s a higher price point, but I always saw how great the reviews were.

After having used up all of the products I got, I’m here to report that the Eradikate Daily Foaming Cleanser is one of my favorite items!

Toward the end of last year, I really put a focus on fighting bacteria and acne in my skincare routine. I have some really deep, stubborn pimples that make my cheeks red, so I’ve been trying so many different products to fight them.

The Eradikate line from Kate Sommerville is its set of products for fighting acne. They have a few different products, but at the time I bought my items, the Eradikate Daily Foaming Cleanser was the only cleanser in the line (now there is also a gel cleanser, but I haven’t tried it yet).

Here’s the scoop from the Kate Sommerville website:

A medicated daily foaming acne face wash with 3% Sulfur for clinical strength acne control. The whipped texture purifies and protects without overdrying, helping to keep pores clear and oil production balanced.

I do love the whipped texture — it feels like a great cream-based cleanser — and it foams up so nicely.

I will admit that, at first, I wasn’t sure if this was doing much for my skin. However, the more I used it, the more I saw how it was working to clear my skin and keep new redness (from bacteria and inflammation) at bay.

So far, this is the best acne cleanser I’ve tried!

Have you tried anything from Kate Sommerville?

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