As #skincare addicts, I'm sure we've all experienced a point where you get a bit overwhelmed by your exploding stash and you start to lose track of what products you actually have or you forgot that you have. I just reached that point a couple days ago, so I thought what better way to keep track of my stash than to take photos of them and share them with you on IG. So I present to you, the LoveYourSkin Year-end Stash Round-up!
First up: Cleansers
@healavie__official Cleaning Oil Gel. My one and only oil cleanser. I feel it getting a bit light, so either I need to restock soon or try a new oil cleanser. I'm taking suggestions! I just need it to remove eye makeup well too!
@freshbeauty Soy Face Cleanser. This cleanser has spoiled me, I don't even like to try new cleansers anymore as this one is just so nice. I have a full-size back-up not pictured in my stash.
@amorepacific.official Treatment Cleansing Foam. I tried this cleanser for about a week, and found it too stripping even for my oily skin. Then I found out that the pH level of this cleanser is between 7 and 8, which explains the stripping...Should I just use it up as a shower gel?
@caudalie Micellar Cleansing Water. While I liked how gentle this cleanser is, I had to use a lot of product to remove my makeup completely; I must've just used this 30ml around 5 times and it's almost empty. Considering a 200ml bottle is $34 CAD, it's quite pricey for a cleanser that likely won't last very long.
@sephora Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover. I got this because it's like a dupe of the much more expensive Lancome Bi-ficil Eye Makeup Remover, but I actually stopped using it since I started using an oil cleanser. It is handy though for the more stubborn mascaras.
@sundayriley Ceramic Slip Clay Cleanser. I'm not sure when I'll get around to trying this, maybe take it on a trip? Those who uses it, how do you like it?
@olehenriksen The Clean Truth Foaming Cleanser. Same as above. I may give this a try in a summer, but curious as to whether anyone knows what is the pH of this cleanser?