Great Find: Soap & Glory's The Fab Pore Purifying Foaming Cleanser
If you feel like washing your makeup off in the evening takes too long, or you use oils to remove mascara, or are looking for a fresh clean fix to acne, this is the face cleanser for you - hands down.
When I get home from work I want to wash the day away, mentally and physically. But I also have to fix dinner so, “chop-chop!” I wear some serious eye makeup - hey, I do what I want - and in my 30’s I really shouldn’t be scrubbing my eye area to get this stuff off. And since my job is somewhat high stress, I still find myself fighting against oily, acne prone and sensitive skin. What is a girl to do, because bar soap isn’t cutting it and everything else is hit or miss?
Enter Soap & Glory’s The Fab Pore Foaming Cleanser! If you’ve followed my blog, I’ve already featured a few of their fabulous products - Only because THEY’RE THAT GOOD. I’m not getting paid for this, folks, so it better be good otherwise I’m wasting my time, ya’ know? You can find this brand at ULTA but I find that they don’t restock as often as they should, so Target is probably a safe bet, as they just brought on almost their full line of skin care and beauty products.
This is a light foaming cleanser and you only need two pumps to get all the makeup off your face in one go. Wet your face, pump two pumps, and spread this fresh-smelling soap all over your face and neck. Focus on the eye area to get the mascara and eyeliner off right away. Rinse and viola! Your skin is breathing and you can feel it!
I’ve been using this product for about 6 months now and it has drastically reduced acne issues - pretty much to nothing, which is fabulous. It has also reduced the rosacea I get on my cheeks. My skin feels soft and clean after using this in the mornings and evenings to remove my makeup.
Not everything from Soap & Glory is out of this world; Their body butters in my opinion are “Meh…” for the money and some of their bath bombs make me break out. But THIS….. THIS is by far The Best of the Best as far as I’m concerned.
If you try it, let me know what you think in the comments below!