Having enjoyed using the FAB Facial Radiance Pads I thought I’d give another product from the First Aid Beauty brand a try. Perfect timing as I had run out of my cleanser, I picked up the FAB Face Cleanser.
On the Sephora website, it describes it as follows:
What it is: A face cleanser with a whipped texture that transforms into a rich cream when blended with water.
What it does: This Face Cleanser gently cleanses the skin, removing surface oils, makeup, dirt, and grime—and its whipped texture transforms into a rich cream when blended with water. It is infused with a powerful botanical antioxidant blend that works hard to block damaging free radicals. It calms redness and is pH-balanced to maintain the natural acidity of the skin. Daily use will result in fewer flare ups and reduced skin reactivity.
What it is formulated WITHOUT: – Parabens – Sulfates – Phthalates
What else you need to know: This product is appropriate for all skin types, including the most sensitive skin. It has been allergy-tested, dermatologist-recommended, and contains FAB Antioxidant Booster (white tea, licorice root, and feverfew) to combat free radicals.
I’m not that picky with cleansers and I don’t like to spend too much money on them. Recently however, I’ve been gravitating towards more “gentle” cleansers (made for sensitive skin). I don’t have sensitive skin, but I’m finding that these types of cleansers are nicely suited for the condition of my skin right now.
The FAB Face Cleanser is one of the more expensive cleansers I’ve ever purchased (2.0 oz for $14) but I wanted to give this one a go. For the cost, I would say this is a very good cleanser. But can I find a comparable cleanser out there for cheaper? Probably.
I do like that this is quite gentle — great for all skin types, even the most sensitive — but it does a pretty wicked job of making my skin feel super clean, without feeling stripped of any moisture afterwards. I feel like it definitely does a great job of removing any dirt and makeup. It has a nice texture — creamy and lathers nicely. It’s essentially fragrance-free and rinses off easy and doesn’t leave any sort of film on my face.
Would I re-purchase this cleanser? Maybe, if I feel like being a bit more spendy on cleanser. I do like it. However for the price and knowing that this only stays on my skin for no more than a minute, I think I will hunt around for a more affordable alternative.
I give the FAB Face Cleanser: a HIGH FIVE
Have you tried the FAB Face Cleanser? Like or dislike? What’s your favourite cleanser?