Super Facialist Vitamin C Brighten Skin Renewal Cleansing Oil (Amazing!)

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Introduction The Super Facialist Vitamin C Brighten Skin Renewal Cleansing Oil wasn’t really a considered purchase. I have two oil-based products I love, Clinique Take the Day Off Cleansing Balm and DHC Deep Cleansing Oil – but I’m always on the search for something new; why not, it’s a buyer’s market? As a brand Super …

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The Inkey List – Salicylic Acid Cleanser (Love after the first wash)

The Inkey List - Salicylic Acid Cleanser

Introduction The Inkey List Salicylic Acid Cleanser was an answer to my prayers. I struggle with congested skin; left untreated my forehead is a sea of flesh coloured bumps (comedones). I stopped using a daily product with several forms of AHA and BHA acids in it and pretty much within a few days, I was …

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Farmacy – Green Clean (brilliant)

Farmacy Green Clean

Introduction Farmacy Green Clean was the third oil-based cleanser I had tried. I got off to a rocky start with the balm format; I was using the Yes to Coconut balm cleanser – I genuinely hated that product. However, hearing good things about Farmacy Green Clean, I was willing to put my bad feelings aside …

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Facetheory – C2 Clarifying Cleanser (brilliant)

Facetheory - C2 Clarifying Cleanser

Introduction One morning I woke up and all I could see was a sea of clogged pores and comedones. There was only one way to sort out this situation a clarifying cleanser, step in Facetheory’s C2 Clarifying Cleanser.  A clarifying cleanser is a spot-prone skinned person’s best friend. They have a range of ingredients that …

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The Ordinary – Squalane Cleanser (good budget alternative)

The Ordinary Squalane Cleanser

Introduction The Ordinary released the Squalane Cleanser in 2019 and is a balm to oil cleanser. I am a bit of a fan of The Ordinary, as they have a range of simple formulas. The company makes it relatively easy for the user to come up with a personalised routine, providing you can cut through …

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Micellar waters – cringeworthy or happily stash? (multiple product reviews)

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I am relatively new to micellar waters, even though they have been on the market for many years. But I was interested to see if there was much difference from facial wipes, turns out there is! What is micellar water? A relatively simple formula, consisting of soft water and surfactant(s), this is the basic formulation …

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Facetheory – Vitamin C Cream Cleanser (fair)

Facetheory - Vitamin C Cream Cleanser

Introduction I was on the market for a gentle cleanser for mornings. While my skin isn’t that filthy first thing, I’m not a ‘splash with water and go’ in the morning and go kind of guy.  I was intrigued by Facetheory Vitamin C cream cleanser, I have never used a cream cleanser before. I thought …

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Cerave – Foaming Cleanser (amazing!)

CeraVe - Foaming Cleanser

Introduction Cerave has a product range that has been developed by dermatologists that are effective and wallet-friendly. Cerave foaming cleanser is one of my go-to products. I like to use this as my second cleanse at night; it removes any residue left by the oil cleanser without being harsh or any hint of stripping my …

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