The Nourishing Cleanser comes in an 8oz plastic pump bottle and it does what it promises to do, clean and nourish the skin without irritating or over drying it. It dissolves dirt and oil without clogging pores and because it doesn’t over dry the skin it doesn’t trigger the glands to produce more oil to compensate, which is what causes the pores to clog and the skin to break outin the first place. I love, love, love this product despite it being engineered and not all green and fluffy and had to stop using it before I became addicted.
It is part of a 5 step facial program, something that could replace my 3 step acne kit in a grown up way, but what I didn’t love was the very grown up price tag. The cleanser costs $40.00, the Transport (alpha hydroxyl and beta hydroxyl pads) $58.00, Serum (Boost Collagen Production) $82.00, A-Bomb (Accelerates Cell Renewal) $70.00 and Double Defense Day Moisture (Hydration & Protection) $48.00. That adds up to a rather large of investment of $250 for a 1-1/2 months worth of products. They do offer a Mobile Kit for $85.00. It contains 14 days worth of all 5 items, which isn’t any more economical than buying them separately.
If you can't get to Sephora to purchase Somme Institute goodies try amazon.com or drugstore.com. All places sell the items at the going retail price.
I wonder if this product will go on sale.