St. Ives make-up remover and facial cleanser as a facial cleanser ONLY?

Answer Sure, but why do you use the makeup removers in conjunction with your cleanser? This may be drying to your skin if you don't use a proper moisturizer. I know that a few St. Ives' cleansers are very... Read More »

Top Q&A For: St. Ives make-up remover and facial cleanser as...

How to Make Foaming Facial Cleanser?

Foaming facial cleanser is a simple, natural product that works just as well as store-bought soaps and cleansers. Making your own foaming facial cleanser has many benefits. Homemade cleanser costs ... Read More »

How to Make Milk Facial Cleanser?

Cleopatra knew the benefits of milk for the skin. Her famous milk baths stand as a legend still today. Milk is a natural exfoliant and skin softener, and an ingredient in many skin care products. Y... Read More »

How to Make a Kiwi Facial Cleanser?

Kiwi, while delicious, is also beneficial as an ingredient in skin cleansers. With high Vitamin C content, the kiwi acts as a gentle exfoliant and skin nourisher. And the fruit acids in kiwi are ex... Read More »

How to Make a Cream Facial Cleanser?

A cream facial cleanser cleans, soothes and moisturizes the skin. Many commercial cream cleansers are available at stores and salons, but making your own homemade cream facial cleansers gives you t... Read More »