Facial Cleansers

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Total Products: 10
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  • Cleanser
    Apply to wet skin and massage over face. Rinse.
    Decongestant Cleanser
    $39.00
    Lathering gel washes away dirt, makeup and excess oil
    For skin that is: Combination Skin, Oily Skin
  • Cleanser
    Apply 1-2 pumps to wet skin and massage over face and neck. Rinse.
    Flash Foam Cleanser
    $38.00
    Advanced enzyme cleanser that gently exfoliates skin.
    For skin that is: Combination Skin
  • Cleanser
    Apply to wet skin and massage over face. Rinse.
    Moisture Positive Cleanser
    $39.00
    Rich and creamy cleanser with natural plant extracts
    For skin that is: Dry Skin
  • Cleanser
    Wet skin and apply. Add more water to skin and massage with fingertips until foam appears. Rinse.
    Sensitive Skin Cleanser
    $50.50
    Complexion-calming, foaming oil cleanser that won't irritate skin
  • Cleanser
    Apply one pump to wet skin and massage over face avoiding eye area, rinse off. Use morning and night. If dryness or peeling occurs, reduce to once a day.
    Spotless Cleanser
    $45.00
    2% salicylic acid acne cleanser removes bacteria without overdrying
    For skin that is: Acne
  • Facial Brush
    Remove makeup and apply cleanser to wet skin. Wet Cleansing Massage Facial Brush and massage cleanser into skin with small circular motions using gentle pressure. Rinse with warm water. Use Facial Brush 1-3 times a week.
    Cleansing Massage Facial Brush
    $23.00
    Gentle exfoliating facial brush for use with the facial cleanser for you skin type.
  • Makeup Remover
    Apply with a damp cotton pad. Wipe downward on closed eyelids. Rinse off. May be used over entire face to remove makeup before cleansing.
    Makeup Dissolver Perfected
    $30.50
    Non-stinging makeup remover
  • Cleanser
    Apply 1-2 pumps to wet skin and massage over face and neck. Rinse.
    Flash Foam Cleanser, Travel Size
    $14.50
    Advanced enzyme cleanser that gently exfoliates skin - perfect travel size.
    For skin that is: Combination Skin
  • Cleanser
    Apply to wet skin and massage over face. Rinse.
    Decongestant Cleanser, Travel Size
    $15.50
    Lathering gel washes away dirt, makeup and excess oil
    For skin that is: Oily Skin
  • Cleanser
    Apply to wet skin and massage over face. Rinse.
    Moisture Positive Cleanser, Travel Size
    $15.50
    Rich and creamy cleanser with natural plant extracts
    For skin that is: Dry Skin
Cleansing 101: What does cleanser do to your skin?
Cleansing has always been crucial, but it is now more important than ever thanks to an increase in environmental pollution and skin irritants. Facial cleansers work to remove all traces of dirt, makeup, excess oil, pollution, irritants and other impurities to leave your skin fresh, clean, and ready for targeted treatments.
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Cleansing your skin is the first step in your skin care agenda because it preps the skin for the next products you apply.

Depending on the formula you choose, in addition to simply removing impurities your cleanser can help:

  • Soothe upset skin
  • Remove acne causing bacteria
  • Hydrate skin
  • Clear skin of acne pimples, blackheads and whiteheads
  • Safeguard skin from moisture loss and irritation
  • Revitalize skin
  • Provide mild daily exfoliation
  • Deep clean your skin
Simply put, facial cleansers are one of the most important tools in your skin care arsenal. But do you know how to use a facial cleanser?
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Cleansing 101: How to use a cleanser
Every formula is different, but in general you should apply about two pumps of your facial cleanser to wet skin and gently massage over your face. Rinse with lukewarm water (avoid hot water because it irritates and dries out the skin) and follow with a balancing toner, moisturizer and a broad spectrum sunscreen if it’s in the morning or an anti-aging night creme if it’s in the evening.
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Pro tip: Remove your makeup before you apply your cleanser to remove every last trace of dirt, grime and impurities before bed.

One of the most common skin care myths is that you don’t need to use cleanser at all. Unfortunately, many people think just rinsing with water will do the trick, but that doesn’t even come close to doing the job. Do you rinse your teeth with water and expect them to be cavity-free? The same is true of your skin – water alone won’t help.

Using only water just strips your skin of essential oils. It also throws off the pH balance in your skin. Never cleansing your face at all will be even worse for your skin with all the dirt and pollution you’re exposed to every day. Use a cleanser formulated for your specific skin type and always follow with a toner to rebalance the skin’s pH levels.
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Cleansing 101: How often should you wash your face?

To achieve the best results from your skin care routine, you need to cleanse your face twice a day, no matter what. When is the best time to wash your face? Cleanse your face once when you get up in the morning and once in the evening before bed.

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If you wear makeup, you should perform a ‘double cleanse’ by using a professional makeup remover to erase your makeup before you use your daily facial cleanser, ensuring that every last trace is gone.  Read more about double cleansing here.

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Cleansing 101: The best cleanser for you

Oily Skin: Decongestant Cleanser

Dry Skin: Moisture Positive Cleanser

Combination Skin: Flash Foam Cleanser

Acne-Prone Skin: Spotless Cleanser

Sensitive Skin: Sensitive Skin Cleanser