You’re already familiar with oil cleansers: those magical face washes specially formulated to melt makeup oh-so-effortlessly while feeding skin with all the nourishing goodness of a beauty oil. Oil scrubs are exactly that, only with the added exfoliating powers of a face scrub.
It’s no secret that washing your face has been a no-brainer since rubber duckies were a part of bath time. It’s also safe to say that your morning and nighttime cleansing routines have changed a bit (ok, a lot) since then. So, you’ll want to make sure you know the right way. Let’s review.
Confused by skin cleansers? We got you. To make the whole get-glowing-skin process easier, we’re answering some of the hottest questions surrounding the topic (what is a cleanser, what does cleanser do, how do I use a facial cleanser, how often…you get the idea) plus offering up a few ways St. Ives products can help you always put your best face forward.
Face Wash vs. Cleanser vs. Scrub: What’s the Difference?
Textures, scents, and choices, ooh, my! We’ve all been there. What is the difference between a face wash, a face scrub and a face cleanser? Do you even need all of them? Not to worry, we have you covered!