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What are you guys using to wash your face?

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by Iconic, Aug 25, 2010.

  1. TheD0n

    TheD0n Senior member

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    I'm surprised to see that no one has mentioned St. Ive's Apricot Scrub.

    It's cleanses my large pores and prevents clogging.
     
  2. Big Pun

    Big Pun Senior member

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    Just use water now, my face has never looked less hideous.
     
  3. HomerJ

    HomerJ Senior member

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    Zirh Face Wash. Going to try Baxter after this can is finished.
    I tried a bunch of the Zirh stuff, didn't like it personally.
    sisheido men, it is the best I tried
    +1
     
  4. Rikkar501

    Rikkar501 Senior member

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    Has it always been this way, or after you started washing with soap and exfoliating?

    Before, that's why I started doing something with my face instead of using just water. Although just a scrub with a washcloth in the shower works about 90% better than nothing.
     
  5. alex99

    alex99 Senior member

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    I use Kiehls Washable Cleansing Milk with a warm wash cloth. Works better than all the other products I tried. It's really gentle which is good since I have fairly sensitive skin.
     
  6. uhurit

    uhurit Senior member

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    Cetaphil has been the best after 20 years of trial/error
     
  7. Xericx

    Xericx Senior member

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    I'm surprised to see that no one has mentioned St. Ive's Apricot Scrub.

    It's cleanses my large pores and prevents clogging.


    uneven particles wreck your pores! (or so I read a while ago)
     
  8. BYucko

    BYucko Senior member

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    To wash -

    L'Oreal Go 360 for Combination Skin (separate cleanser + exfoliator)

    or

    AcneFree Purifying Cleanser

    Sometimes I'll use this Biore mask I picked up at the supermarket. People might think I'm crazy, but if I don't do all I can do to control this face, I can really scare little children.
     
  9. remo72tg

    remo72tg Well-Known Member

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    sisheido men, it is the best I tried

    That's what I use.. Good stuff.
     
  10. unrated

    unrated Senior member

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    Cetaphil has been the best after 20 years of trial/error

    Agreed. I don't have 20 years of face washing experience, but Cetaphil gentle cleanser has been the best for me.
     
  11. joei

    joei Senior member

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    Agreed. I don't have 20 years of face washing experience, but Cetaphil gentle cleanser has been the best for me.

    Cetaphil soap dries my face out. I use Clean & Clear Blackhead Clearing Scrub.
     
  12. NoStyle14

    NoStyle14 Well-Known Member

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    Paula's Choice One Step Facial Cleanser for my Normal to Dry skin. Best product I've used.
     
  13. editdesoja

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    I like pizza and I am using the two-day herbal, salt of the ocean, where appropriate on the basis of what I ate and training, sweating, and the filter of rice a day. My skin is oily, does not help the fact that I spend several hours a day running and swimming.
     
  14. greg_atlanta

    greg_atlanta Senior member

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    same soap i use on my body. my face is oily, so "gentle" doesn't work.
     
  15. Tarzan

    Tarzan Senior member

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    My votes go to Cetaphil and Shiseido men.
    For deep cleaning Dermalogica daily microfoliant.
     
  16. LanceW

    LanceW Senior member

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    I consider my skin to be oily but I don't really have a lot to compare it to. I wash with water in the shower.
     
  17. kakemono

    kakemono Senior member

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    I use a Body Shoppe facewash (I think the seaweed one).

    Near the end of my shower, I slowly lower the temperature until it is cold while it is on my face. When I get out, I don't dry my face with a towel - I let the water just sit and run off or air dry.

    It seems to work well and I don't dry out
     
  18. Krish the Fish

    Krish the Fish Senior member

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    First face wash to work wonders for me:

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  19. Lagrangian

    Lagrangian Senior member

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    I have an exfoliating cleanser by Biotherm Homme, which I ended up purchasing almost unknowingly while chatting up the nice looking girl selling the products at my local retailer.

    It's pretty good, although I rarely need to exfoliate thanks to frequent DE shaving.
     
  20. mr_b

    mr_b New Member

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    I think the Liz Earle for men range is very good especially if you have sensitive skin
     

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