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Consumer Facial Cleansers Essay

951 words - 4 pages

With the overwhelming amount of facial cleansing products available it can be hard for the consumer to choose the most beneficial facial cleanser for their skin type. This paper will discuss three different types of facial cleansers. The first facial cleanser is Ocusoft Foaming Lid Scrub that is a non-irritating eyelid cleanser. The second facial cleanser is Clearskin professional Deep Pore Cleansing Scrub made by Avon that is formulated to fight all phases of the acne cycle. The third facial cleanser is Velocity made by Mary Kay a three-in-one cleanser. Below I will be be describing each product; listing ingredients, manufacture ratings and my personal opinion on each of these three facial cleansers.

The first facial cleanser is Ocusoft Foaming Lid Scrub original; it is a mild, pre-lathered formulated eyelid cleanser that effectively removes oil, debris and desquamated skin from around the eyes and eyelids. This cleanser is the # 1 doctor recommended eyelid cleanser. Ocusoft Foaming Lid Scrub is ideal for people with sensitive skin, people who have a moderate to severe eyelid conditions, and also for people who wear cosmetics. Ocusoft Foaming Lid Scrub is formulated with Water, PEG-80, Sodium Trideceth Sulfate, PEG-150 Distearate, Disodium Lauroamphodiacetate, Cocamidopropyl Hydroxysultaine, Sodium Laureth-13 Carboxylate, Sodium Chloride, PEG-15Cocopolyamine, and Quaternium-15. The main ingredient in the Ocusoft Foming Lid Scrub is water, which act as a solvent that dissolves the other substances. The second ingredient is PEG-80 is an emulsifying chemical that promotes products to combine. The third ingredient is Sodium Trideceth Sulfate aids in making the product foaming. The fourth ingredient is PEG-150 Distearate which is a co-solvent. The fifth ingredient is Disodium Lauroamphodiacetate which helps with boosting foam and is also viscosity controlling. The sixth ingredient is Cocamidopropyl Hydroxysultaine that is a synthetic amphoteric surfactant that is foam boosting, skin conditioning, viscosity controlling. The seventh ingredient is Sodium Laureth-13 Carboxylate that is a cleansing agent. The eighth ingredient is Sodium Chloride is aqueous and is a viscosity agent. The ninth ingredient is PEG-15Cocopolyamine is an antistatic agent along with an emulsifying agent. The final ingredient is Quaternium-15 which is a preservative. The positive reviews far out-weigh the negatives in many ways. The reviews show that this product is very easy to use and is effective in dissolving eye make-up, good for use with eye infections or itchy eyes, and does not dry out the eyelids. The negatives for this product are cost and not easy to locate a supplier. Overall I feel that this is a safe product to use and that it has many benefits.

The second facial cleanser is Avon Clearskin Professional Deep Pore Cleansing Scrub that contains their exclusive oil control system. This product is intended for people who need to fight all...

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