Neutrogena Corporation Informative - Don't dry your face! - Clear Pore Cleanser/Mask
Clear Pore Cleanser/Mask
MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA -- I washed my face and dried with my regular baby blue towel. Two hrs. later the towel was bleached. Next morning I noticed my comforter had very weird discolorations. After a couple of my night shirts were dramatically bleached, it was confirmed: The Clear Pore Cleanser/Mask bleaches cloth.
It says so on the bottle. It might bleach hair too it says.
This is what the Costumer Services people in Neutrogena had to say:
"The above product is not usually tested to see if it will stain various materials"
I USED A TOWEL TO DRY MY FACE AND IT WAS BLEACHED! I am not sure they realized this, but I went to bed with a dry face (with no product on my face) AND MY COMFORTER WAS BLEACHED.
This is not normal and I have NEVER heard of it occurring to anybody with any other product.
I am most unhappy at Neutrogena's response. They could not care less about a product that can PERMANENTLY damage you and your stuff.