Posts Tagged ‘facial cleanser’

4 Current Faves

Dec
31st
2012
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Because a girl's gotta live her life at some point, I'll skip the part where I apologize for not posting in over a month. Still, I hope to make up for my long absence by sharing the following recently-discovered lovely products with you guys:   So I know I'm always singing the praises of soap-free cleansers, but my current cleanser is actually a little sudsy! Due to my own lack of research, I didn't realize this when I purchased it. However, washing my face only once a day (at night) with a...

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Primavera Neroli Cassis Cream Cleanser Review

Jul
19th
2012

T&J

Rating:

8
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  Today I’m reviewing another Primavera product: the Neroli Cassis Cream Cleanser. Let's get to it! Ingredients (provided at primaveralife.com)- “Water (Aqua), Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil* org, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil* org, Polyglyceryl-10 Laurate, Salix Nigra (Willow) Bark Extract, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil (and) Ficus Carica (Fig) Fruit Extract* org, Glyceryl Stearate, Ribes Nigrum (Black Currant) Leaf Extract* org, Sodium Citrate, Hydrolyzed Milk Protein, Xanthan Gum, Cyamposis Tetragonobla (Guar) Gum, Magnesium Stearate, Tocopherol, Levulinic Acid, Vaccinium Macrocarpon (Cranberry) Fruit Juice* org, Fragrance (Parfum), Citrus...

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Nassim Naturals Cleansing Milk Review

Jun
27th
2012

T&J

Rating:

9.5
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  When the founder of Nassim Naturals contacted me about trying one of her products, I took one look at their ingredients and told her I'd be happy to do so. Next came the hard part: deciding which product to try. After some careful deliberation, I went with the Cleansing Milk. Not to pat myself on the back or anything, but it was a pretty solid decision! Ingredients (provided at nassimnaturals.com)- “aqua, rose hydrosol, aloe vera, jojoba oil, sorbitan olivate (from olives), cetearyl olivate (from olives), coconut oil, essential...

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Sophyto Natural Glycolic Foaming Cleanser Review

Feb
6th
2012

T&J

Rating:

9.5
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I've been using Sophyto's Daily Skin Rejuventation Collection for a little over two weeks, and my skin is loving it! I'll be reviewing each product in the collection in the order that I use it. First up is the Glycolic Foaming Cleanser! Ingredients (provided at sophyto.com)- "Aqua (spring water), coco-glucoside, *pyrus malus (apple) fruit extract, *sucrose, *aloe barbadensis (aloe vera) leaf juice powder, levulinic acid, *alcohol denat, glyceryl caprylate, *olea europaea (olive) leaf extract, glycerin, sodium hydroxide, sodium dehydroacetate, ascorbic acid *Organic, 95% of the agricultural ingredients...

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Made From Earth Green Tea Toxin Cleanser Review

Aug
11th
2011

T&J

Rating:

8
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I'll get around to trying the Oil Cleansing Method eventually, but for now I've got a big bottle of Green Tea Toxin Cleanser that I cannot stop using. Ingredients (provided at madefromearth.com)- "Organic Aloe Vera, Organic Green Tea, Milk, Organic Lavender Distillate, Organic Roman Chamomile Distillate, Rose Distillate, Grapeseed Oil, Witch Hazel, Vitamin E, Polysaccharide Gum, Organic Honey, Vitamin C Ester,

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Oil Cleansing Method

Mar
28th
2011
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This Care2 article about the Oil Cleansing Method left me wanting more information, so I checked out this page that explained it even further. Now that I'm somewhat informed, I kind of want to try it! For those of you who have never heard of it, the Oil Cleansing Method is based around the idea that the more oil you strip from your face (with soap), the more oil your face will produce. This excess oil your face produces will result in the blemishes you're trying to avoid. Cleansing your...

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Karen’s Botanicals Gentle Cleansing Lotion Review

Mar
14th
2011

T&J

Rating:

10
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When I heard Danielle raving  about her two new Karen's Botanicals products, I knew I had to try them for myself. We have similar skin types and look for the same things in cleansers/moisturizers, so I figured they'd be right up my alley. Also, I've tried and loved several of Karen's products before. In the process, I learned that her gentle and safe ingredients are hard to match and even harder to beat. For these reasons, I was positively giddy when Karen agreed...

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Acure Organics Facial Cleansing Creme Review

Jan
17th
2011

T&J

Rating:

8
Link to Acure Organics Facial Cleansing Creme Review

I'm the kind of person who finds a great moisturizer and sticks with it, but I love trying new facial cleansers. In the past several months I've tried and loved two others: Karen's Botanicals Rehydrating Olive Oil Cleanser and Aubrey Organics Vegecol Facial Cleansing Lotion. Despite my contentment with my cleansing lotion, I was eager to try something new when I received Acure Organics Olive+Mint Facial Cleansing Creme in the mail for review. The following product was given to me by the kind people at Acure Organics, but my opinions were given to me by...

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Dreamy Homemade Health and Beauty

Nov
19th
2010
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photo credit: srqpix Total Beauty is a great place to go for reviews of popular natural health and beauty product brands, but I tend to look elsewhere for skincare advice and the like, since they don't exactly specialize in natural products. For example, in the list that I'm going to tell you guys about, they link to both Aveeno and Lush products as store-bought alternatives. Neither of those brands...

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Follow-up Post:Retinyl Palmitate

Nov
18th
2010
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I mentioned in yesterday's post wanting to do further reasearch on the ingredient Retinyl Palmitate (or Vitamin A Palmitate). Today, I did that research. I picked a few of the more convincing articles to share with you guys. Here's some of what the Environmental Working Group has to say about Retinyl Palmitate: "Retinyl palmitate is an ingredient composed of palmitic acid and retinol (Vitamin A). When exposed to UV light, retinol compounds break down and produce toxic free radicals that can damage DNA and cause gene mutations, a precursor to cancer. Recently available data from an FDA study indicate that...

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