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*Both brands are certified cruelty-free. They both claim to be scent-free, but some ingredient in the Versed formula produces a slight scent. However, the scent didn't bother us as it's very mild. Versed felt more like water going onto the skin where Glossier felt thicker and almost sticky on the skin. Glossier is $28 for 1 fl oz. and Versed $20 for 1 fl oz. Both claim to clarify and calm breakouts - they both include Zinc, which according to Healthline.com has anti-inflammatory properties. We preferred the Versed formula because of its light feel on the skin. We were not fans of the sticky after feel of the Glossier version.
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