Monthly Archives: February 2010

Hello! Every makeup lover knows that along with makeup, you need to take good care of your skin. Being an artist I often get asked about cleansers. In this economy, I thought I would post some suggestions on here that are affordable, especially at a time when every dollar saved is a dollar earned. I am so suprised to see many people throwing down more than $20.00 for a bottle of facial cleanser, when they could easily buy a cheaper one that has the same results. As makeup artist and a WOMAN I simply refuse to spend more than $20.00 on any type of facial cleansers. It’s ridiculous when there are plenty of cheaper options available to all of us.  Below you will find six options that I have reviewed, all of which you can find at your local drugstore or mall. All are makeup removers as well.

Burt’s Bees Garden Tomato Complexion Soap- $8.00
Good for: Oily and troubled skin
*Smells awesome and keeps skin clear and even-toned















Cetaphil Gentle Cleansing Bar- $3.70
Good for: Sensitive skin
*Incredibly gentle and great makeup-remover




Clinique Liquid Facial Mild Soap- $14.50

Good for: Combination skin
*On the higher end, but worth every penny





















Ambi Complexion Cleansing Bar- $1.99
Good for: Dry Skin
*Leaves skin feeling soft, not cracked



















MAC Cosmetics Wipes- $18.00/45 sheets


*Great after a night of going out and your face is covered in makeup and glitter. But remember to wash your face afterward with a cleanser since this product is derived from sugar. :)











Neutrogena Fresh Foaming Cleanser- $7.49
Good for: All skin types
*A Lady C fave! This cleanser is the first thing i see in the morning and the last thing i use before bed. Love love LOVE it!

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