The Acure Organics Facial Cleansing Gel is face wash done right. Unlike other gel cleansers which can strip skin’s natural acid mantle, this cleanser takes a gentler approach.
The Facial Cleansing Gel’s antioxidant-rich formula thoroughly removes makeup and daily grime, prepping skin for the next step in your skincare routine.
Where to Purchase
Jacqueline’s note: Acure has updated their facial cleansers since I originally posted this article! You can find their new and improved product, the Brilliantly Brightening Cleansing Gel here for $10 or less!
Inside the Ingredients
Ingredients: Organic “Curoxidant” Superfruit Blend (acai berry, blackberry, rosehips, pomegranate, calendula, chamomile, rooibos), lauryl glucoside, decyl glucoside, organic olive oil, organic chlorella growth factor, fermented sugar, white horehound, stem cell culture, echinacea stem cell culture, fermented resveratrol extract, organic argan oil, CoQ10, olive leaf extract, potassium sorbate, lemon essential oil, citric acid.
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Acure effectively utilizes two cleansing agents (AKA surfactants): lauryl glucoside and decyl glucoside. They make for a thorough, yet gentle, cleansing experience. They stand apart from harsher synthetic ethoxylated surfactants such as sodium laureth sulfate, commonly found in mainstream washes. When vegetable-derived cleansing agents like lauryl glucoside and decyl glucoside are put to good use at such a great price as in this cleansing gel, there’s no logical reason to go the synthetic route.
Acure Organics is big on stem cells and fermented ingredients. It’s hard to say how much benefit those type of ingredients offer in a wash-off product, but I certainly don’t begrudge Acure the added nutrients afforded by echinacea stem cell cultures and fermented resveratrol extract.
Acure rarely disappoints. They have excellent prices, clean ingredients, and products that deliver on their promises.
This Facial Cleansing Gel is no exception.
If a gel cleanser isn’t your thing, be sure to check out Acure’s Sensitive Facial Cleanser. This creamy, low-foam formula is also well-priced and full of pure, natural ingredients.
*This post is not sponsored. All opinions are my own.
**Products get makeovers too. Be sure to check if this product has been recently re-formulated before using it yourself.4