Clog Dissolving Cleansing Milk ($28 for 8.5 ounces) cannot dissolve clogs of any kind. Does BlissLabs really believe that this concoction of thickeners, plant oils, film-forming agents, and emollients (all rather pore-clogging on their own) can reach into pores and break up the dead skin cells, bacteria, and sebum hiding inside? If anything, this cleanser can easily make matters worse. This product does have merit as a cleansing lotion for dry skin, but absolutely not for those prone to breakouts--the marketing and claims are completely inaccurate and misdirected and, therefore, I'm giving it a very unhappy face rating.
Source: Paula Begoun