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What is The Best Face Wash for Men?

Discussion in 'Health & Body' started by ClassyGuy1, Jul 15, 2009.

  1. ClassyGuy1

    ClassyGuy1 Well-Known Member

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    I'm in the market for a new face wash (currently using Clearasil Ultra) and I'm wondering if anyone can recommend a really superb face wash for men.
     

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    I like Zirh, but haven't used in a while. Its pretty thick but lathers nicely.

    Currently using Anthony Logistics and Kiehls energizing face scrub, not terribly impressed with them.....
     

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    I really like Biore'. Specifically the "Ice Face Wash" but I've never really gotten into many skin care products as others have.
     

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    I've been using Cetaphil for years and for me it's done the job nicely.
     

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    i use malin and goatz...

    the grapefruit face wash and jojoba scrub are really good

    i have also heard good stuff about clarks botanicals, ren, and orlane
     

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    +1 on cetaphil. clean, no smell, great cleanser. the old version used to double as a dry wash for camping and as moisturizing lotion but there's a new face wash version that is pretty good.
     

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    +2 on Cetaphil...gentle enough for daily use, and does the job at a moderate price
     

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    Fang66 Stylish Dinosaur

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    Soap
     

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    I like Zirh, but haven't used in a while. Its pretty thick but lathers nicely.

    +1 on Zirh CLEAN. I have pretty oily skin and it keeps the plukes away.

    I use the Anthony shave oil...not wild about it either.
     

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    I've been using Dr. Bronner's Tea Tree castille soap. I used to only use it when I was camping/backpacking but now I use it daily. Works pretty well for me, but everyone's skin is different.
     

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