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.
How to Choose the Best Face Wash and Scrub for Your Skin Type
Here's the thing: There are a slew of scrubs and choose from out there in this great big world of beauty. Why? Because there are many types of skin! Maybe you've already identified the characteristics of the skin you're in (definitely humble brag-worthy), and maybe not (no worries, you're still good). Either way, we're here to help you. Ahead, the best scrub and face wash for all skin types.
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!