Clean and Clear Morning Energy: Budget Cleansing for Teenagers & Young Skin

By | August 23 2011 | 17 Comments

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When these juicy-looking products landed on the newsdesk in a Jiffy bag, I thought they looked good enough to eat. Aimed at teenage and young skin, Morning Energy’s really all about cleansing and very basic care on a budget. Everything costs €4.99 and there are eight products dedicated to washing, scrubbing and toning, with a couple of moisturisers as finishing steps. The eight products are organised into three strands:  skin energising, skin brightening and shine control.

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So what’s the point of difference? Bursting beads, ladies. All the Morning Energy cleansers have cute little spheres packed full of goodies and the products contain fruit extracts, vitamin c and ginseng to give skin a kick up the arse in the morning a nice start to the day. Yes, that one.

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There you go – a bit of a goo at the gloop.

Now, while the products do claim to suit all young skintypes, I got a bit unstuck with the names. Shine control’s a bit of a no-brainer – I’m guessing you choose this if you’re sebum-prone, but skin energising and skin brightening are a little trickier. I’m presuming energising might be a goer if you’re looking a little lack-lustre, but then so could brightening. Oh, it’s a conundrum. However, at €4.99 a product, it’s not going to be too wildly expensive to find out.

The range is available right now at supermarkets and yer usual Clean and Clear stockist. Has anyone tried it yet – and if so, what do you think? Leave us a comment and let us know!

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17 Replies to "Clean and Clear Morning Energy: Budget Cleansing for Teenagers & Young Skin"

  • ~Thalia~ says:

    I’m liking the look of these, does 34 count as ‘young’? :lol:

  • Kirstie says:

    Thalia – yes *firmly*

  • Chris says:

    Ooh, Clean & Clear brings back memories! I used to use C&C products as a teenager, and I remember them being quite effective.

  • Becky says:

    I at 16 am within the target age range for these products, I have only tried one and thats the brightening scrub. Its gentle enough to use daily, doesn’t leave your skin with a soapy residue, really cleanses and I have noticed a brightening effect, even the minimal acne I had has subsided! Which I think is greatly due to this product. Interested to try the brightening moisturiser next! :)

  • Kirstie says:

    Great feedback Becky – cheers!

  • happycurls says:

    Becky…..God, I really hope this doesn’t come across as patronising, but I just wanted to say that you you write very well and are really articulate at 16! Beauty blogger of the future methinks! :)

  • Becky says:

    Thanks Kirstie and Happycurls :) Oh not at all patronising, I am delighted with your comment. Thanks again.

  • Pinkrose says:

    I’m a bit of a cynic to this stuff in my experience it works ok, but if u stop for a couple of days or change brand you then break out crazy style :( :( hope this is only me and others have more success!!

  • Gilksos says:

    Umm i have been using the shine control moisturiser and have found it to be a great basic moisturiser the doesn’t leave an oily feeling on the skin. Its sinks in fast so i can lash the make up on quickly enough after hence giving me that extra 5 mins in the leaba. I just got the brightening moisturiser yesterday and so far so good.

    I’m eh … ahem…. not in my 20′s…. Does this mean i have to pretend i’m buying it for someone else?…

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