The Good n' Clean range is unusual in that 1) it only offers cleansers and treatments--no moisturizers, 2) it's one of the few affordable detoxifying ranges and 3) they launched the first drugstore chemical peel I've ever seen. You'll notice the emphasis on exfoliating with this line, which is apparently based in the idea that exfoliating the skin is what draws out impurities and helps detoxify it. I don't know if I believe that, and after about a month of using these products, I'm not sure that my skin contains any fewer toxins.
For reference I have incredibly oily, acne-prone skin, and for lazy readers (shame!), I've got a summary at the end of the post.
Enough chatter--let's crack on to the reviews!
Overall: This line (with its two cleansers) could work for just about every skin type, and while I question whether or not these products actually detoxify, they (for the most part) do their job. Four out of the five items of the range are solid skincare products that, despite not being wow-worthy, perform well and are diversifying the aisles of typical drugstore skincare.
Try It!: Acne Detox Cleanser, Daily Detox Cleanser, Toxin Release Scrub, and the Mini Peel (so basically all of them).
Skip It!: The Dual Textured Exfoliating Wipes--there are way better drugstore face wipes out there.
I really enjoy doing these Budget Skincare posts, so if there's a range you want me to explore, leave me a comment with your request!