The cleanser is meant to clear pores and eliminate excess oils. I picked up the one for combination to oily skin which worked great for me, even when my skin was a little dry. It controlled the areas that get a little more oily but didn't dry out my skin at all but if your skin is dry more often you might want to pick one up for dryer or more sensitive skin. Having said that, my skin did not show any signs of irritation while using this and my skin can sometimes go a little off the wall. It's really gentle and isn't heavily scented, just that spa like aroma.
As a teenager, I have pretty blemish prone skin which isn't something that anything that I've found so far can completely clear up. This didn't clear it up either, but it definitely stopped them becoming so red and noticeable which I was thankful for. I have used this most evenings and mornings since Easter and I'm pretty impressed. Not as blown away as I was by the Reve de Miel lip balm (review here) but I think it did what it said on the tin. I'm interested to try more skincare products from Nuxe, such as some of their rose petal facials, a mask or some of their anti-imperfection range. You can get this pretty easily in the UK at the moment as Nuxe has just landed on the shelves of Marks & Spencers! I'd recommend this to those of you with oily or combination skin and you want something light to cleanse with. Tomorrow I need a pick up something from my local pharmacy which has just started doing Korres, La Roche Posay (which I love), This Works, Vichy and Avene which is exciting as they're now super easy to find for me!
Have you tried anything from Nuxe?