Juice Beauty • Organic Facial Wash • Cleansers
|Would buy this product again.||28%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Did not like this product for several reasons...
This made me break out and it was WAY too watery.
I won't purchase again, in fact I returned my bottle.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
This product smells great and cleanses the skin - however - it didn't do anything for mine.
I have combo/oily skin with fine bumps along my forehead and the occasional pimple. This product dried my skin out terribly, and when used in conjunction with the juice beauty facial moisturizer and blemish serum - it did good job of keeping my skin controlled as it was (ie: it never got worse but never got better either).
Since then, I've found my HG facial cleaner, (consonant), and can't believe I had settled for this product.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I wanted desperately to like this because it's organic and has a lot of essential oils in the ingredients list. I am looking for a replacement for my HG (now discontinued) Rachel Perry Tangering Dream Foaming Facial Cleanser. Juice Beauty Organic Facial Wash disappointed me for the following reasons:
1. First impression upon first use: it's very watery. I felt like most of it was dripping through my fingers. But I thought, okay, fine, as long as it works...
2. It stinks! It smelled like bathroom cleaner. Based on the ingredients list, I was expecting something more citrus-y. Unlike my Rachel Perry cleanser, I would dread using this each night based on the smell alone.
3. It caused my mascara to run down my eye area but did not remove it at all. I don't think it would do a great job removing makeup and impurities because it didn't seem to take anything off. Just moved the mascara around. Rachel Perry cleanser would take off all makeup but even other facial cleansers that do not remove makeup do a better job of cleaning up my face. I will stick with L'Oreal Revitalift cleanser for now as I continue to search for a new facial wash.
4. This was about $22 - which is very expensive for stinky, ineffective, watery facial wash.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I LOVE this face wash. Its organic to the food standard so i know its good for me, it smells AMAZING and it works reallllly well! IT is so creamy and smooth on my skin and cleans deeo down into my pores to get all of the dirt. It doesnt sud up like someone said which is good for me because that means it contains no soap. Soap dries out skin so for sensitive or dry skin this is the PERFECT cleanser!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I bought this cleanser with high hopes. It doesn't work for me. I like foaming or sudsiding cleansers. This one I think would work more for someone who likes a creamy cleanser, although this one is actually kind of slimy. It does have a strong smell too.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Green
I was so excited to try this cleanser looking at the wonderful ingredients. I didn't want to pay over $20 without trying it first, and lucikly I was able to swap for it. Unfortunately, this cleanser for some reason dries out my skin! :-( I have only used it last night and this morning, and already it made my skin feel tight and with white patches. I haven't had this problem in many months because I had finally found some cleansers that don't dry my skin out (I have combination skin, not even very dry skin). So I'm certain it was this cleanser that caused the problem since I have changed nothing else in my routine. It has grape alcohol in it, and that must cause it to be too drying.
The other problem with this cleanser is that it doesn't remove my makeup AT ALL. I'm not sure if it even will remove just natural face oils, let alone makeup. So, it's pretty much worthless to me :-(.
p.s. I am not thrilled with the Juice Beauty line overall - their products are based on some good ingredients, but I don't think they have put enough effort into formulating them to be truly effective on skin; their selling point is that it is based on juice instead of water, but that is just a selling gimmick; after all, what does juice do for skin? nothing really, and I'd rather pay less (this line is expensive) for something that's water based and effective than juice based and crummy!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
Super cleanser from the USDA organic line from Juice. It's a gel cleanser, so gentle and non-drying. No foaming action. I have switched over to this from cream cleansers. With creams I always need a warm washcloth to remove residue, with this, you don't and, if you look at the ingredients you'd see that you probably wouldn't mind leaving some on there. I have found that products such as this with GLAs such as Borage and Primrose completely calm hormonal acne. The trick is avoiding inflammation and this particular line (organic line) is great. I follow with the organic facial moisture from the same Juice line and my face has truly become calmed and even-toned. Praying to the gods they come out with a body oil in this same line -- it is just that good. Totally recommend. 22$ for 4 oz.