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L’Occitane Immortelle Divine Cleansing Balm and Foaming Cleanser

I’ll admit this: I’m a skincare junkie but this is my first time trying a cleansing balm.  I’ve tried a cleansing oil and cleansing gel, but a first for the balm, and I’m so glad that the first one I’m trying is by L’Occitane, a brand that does really nicely formulated skincare. L’Occitane’s Immortelle Cleansing […]

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Neutrogena Deep Clean Oil-Free Make-Up Remover Wipes

Neutrogena has probably the most popular wipes at the drugstore, and I turn to them because they’re effective.  I’ll admit that I don’t use them to take off all of my makeup.  A bit of a pre-cleanse is essential, but I do use them to get rid of any residue and to really get the […]

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Skincare’s New Trend: Melting Cleansers

By now, you’ve already heard about oil cleansers but my latest find is Melting Cleansers too.  Below, I’ve shown one by Roger and Gallet, and another by Algenist.  You can find melting cleansers by Ole Henrikson, Goop, Omorovicza, and even ELF.   Both of the above are gel formulas that aren’t as drippy as oils. […]

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Yes to Cotton

The Yes To brand expands their skincare collection with a line of products specially designed to moisturized.  My favourite item from everything out there is the Yes to Cotton Micellar Water. Let me just say that I can’t get enough of Micellar Water.  It literally melts makeup off your skin but without being greasy and […]

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L’Oreal Skin Expert Pure-Clay Cleansers

Literally, these are the most exciting cleansers I’ve seen in a while.  I think we’re all over the oil cleansing, the balm cleaners, the charcoal masks, but these are different. L’Oreal took their immensely popular clay masks and turned them into cleansers.  Each cleanser has a significant amount of clay in it, but it’s in […]

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Neutrogena’s Cleansing Gel that Won’t Dry Your Skin

Foaming cleansers from years ago used to strip your skin and leave it super dry, but they were the only way for people with oily skin to really get their skin clean and fresh.  Now, the latest gel cleansers foam up but don’t leave your skin dry and tight.  Neutrogena adds a cleanser to its […]

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New L’Occitane Cleanser with 5% Shea Butter

So this cleanser has 5% shea butter in it but it didn’t break me out, so there’s a good chance it won’t break you out either! I’m using peels and acids on the regular, so if I wash my face with something too soapy, it leaves my skin dry and tight which just means that […]

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Nivea Cleansers

I’ve become one of those people who love cream cleansers.  There’s nothing that emulsifies all your makeup better than a cream cleanser and that’s why I love them.  I used to hate them because they all left a residue on my skin – they’re supposed to be moisturizing – but I have a way around […]

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Garnier Micellar Water in Travel Sizes

So Micellar Water – it’s actually such a controversial product among skincare specialists. Some people really hate it because they don’t think that it really gives your skin a good clean, and others can’t live without it because it’s so easy to use. Micellar Water looks and feels like regular water, but performs as a […]

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Reversa 3-in-1 Mild Gel Cleanser

If you’re into products that exfoliate the skin, you need to check out Reversa, the Canadian brand that specializes in glycolic products for the face and the body. I’ve got a few of their products, but first for me to review is their 3-in-1 Mild Gel Cleanser – it has no scents or sulfates, which […]

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