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Cleanser Review: Rare Minerals Renew and Reveal Facial Cleanser by Nadine H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 16 Mar 2009 3:11pm I’ve fallen head-over-heels in love with Bare Escentuals’ Rare Minerals line, especially the Rare Minerals Renew and Reveal Facial Cleanser.  In your hands, it’s a powder, but when you add water, it becomes a creamy paste that removes all traces of makeup, oil and dirt without any irritation or slickness.  I made a silly video after using it, bel ... Read on »
Cleanser Review: Fresh Soy Face Cleanser by Nadine H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 15 Mar 2010 11:26pm Gloria Yang writes : When it comes to makeup, I’m super adventurous.  I have no problems trying out new mascaras or new eye shadows since I can always remove it if it doesn’t work out.  But I’m a bit more apprehensive when it comes to skincare.  After all, a pimple can’t simply be wiped off! That’s why it’s taken me ... Read on »
Raw Gaia Living Facial Cleanser by Mary Patient Expert Posted Mon 21 Jul 2008 10:09am I have been usingRaw Gaia's Living Facial Cleanserfor a bit now, and thought I'd review it here. This is the first time I've used a cleanser of this type really, and it's application is rather unique, it sprays on and doesn't foam, nor does it leave a greasy residue. Its very refreshing and cool as you spray it on, and feels light. It contains ... Read on »
Review: Om Aroma Elixir de Beaute Champagne Facial Cleanser by Shannon N. Posted Mon 29 Dec 2008 7:39pm So maybe you are not one to pop the champagne on New Year’s Eve, but how about some champagne of the beauty kind? Om Aroma has a three-step anti-aging skin care system to keep skin looking luminous and their Elixir de Beaute Champagne Facial Cleanser is a wonderful exfoliating treatment with crushed champagne grapeseeds destined to sweep away th ... Read on »
Are Sea Salt And Honey Good Facial Cleansers? by Fran K. Patient Expert Posted Thu 17 Jun 2010 5:26am Over the last few weeks I’ve been testing using salt (both sea salt and himalayan crystal salt) and honey as my facial cleanser. Both have been great! I especially love honey because it’s moisturizing, soothing, very naturally anti-bacterial and extremely cheap (unless you use manuka honey of course). Ps- What I forgot to ad ... Read on »
Review :: Spiezia 100% Organic Soil Association Certified Facial Cleanser For All Skin Types by S+E Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 May 2011 11:26pm This brand is right up my alley.  With Soil Association organic certifications for each of their products across the entire range, absolutely no synthetic chemicals to be found in any of their products, 100% organic ingredients and a description like "Original, Ethical, Honest", how could I not be excited to get my hands on the ... Read on »
Jan Marini Bioglycolic Facial Cleanser by Pranzoal Posted Sat 12 Nov 2011 1:59pm Jan Marini Bioglycolic Facial Cleanser is a gentle, non-irritating and soap-free cleanser with Glycolic acid present. Suitable for all types of skin, this product is a facial cleanser prepared from ingredients like glycolic acid, sorbitol, Stearyl Alcohol etc. that have ability to rinse your skin without any other astringent or post-cleansing toner ... Read on »
Facial Cleanser by cflores1227 Posted Wed 15 Feb 2012 6:01pm I'm adding a few things to my blog that will be more useful for you outside of the kitchen while using the ingredients from within it.  A new page I've added is beauty secrets and I invite you to check it out.  What I love about making my beauty products is that most of the supplies are on hand, it's WAY cheaper, and i ... Read on »
Is It Safe To Use Facial Cleanser in the Shower? by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Fri 20 Jul 2012 2:01am Rozy really wants to know…I used to live next to a cosmetologist and she said that when using face cleanser you are supposed to not do it in the shower because it doesn’t have time to work, you should do it in an upwards motion to prevent wrinkles (even though I was a preteen thats what she taught me at a Mary Kay party). I really like ... Read on »
Facial soap vs. cleansers: is one better than the other? by Sarah B. Patient Expert Posted Fri 01 Mar 2013 1:01am NoahJenda says…I’m reading a lot of conflicting information about what is kinder to my face: cleaners or facial soaps. I understand that facial cleansers are detergents and contain ingredients like Disodium laureth sulfosuccinate, Cocamidopropyl betaine and Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate. Soaps, particularly the artisan soaps I’ve been cons ... Read on »