What Do You Use to Wash Your Face?

92% of women use facial cleansers on a daily basis, and the overwhelming majority come packaged in plastic. 


We'd love to change that, but we need your help!

So tell us, what's your daily cleansing routine? And what would it take for you to try something new?

Let us know - comment below - together we can turn this plastic tide around! 

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  • I am finishing up several products. Then, I will be switching to products recommended by EWG (Environmental Working Group). I like one that has done much research on the best containers for the environment.

    Kate on
  • I wash my face and shave with shampoo (from a plastic bottle) and then i use a grapefruit facial wipe before bed (from a plastic dispenser bag. So i’m up for a change as long as it’s effective and not prohibitively expensive. Current routine costs @ $.05/day

    David McElvain on
  • I use Mario Badescu Glycolic Foaming Cleanser, but not every day. I don’t wear much make-up. I would be willing to try something that didn’t come in a plastic container
    Diana L Foster on
  • I use ponds cleanser in a plastic tub. eeks!

    Wendy on
  • I use Norwex facial cleansing cloths with water. I like them, but I would be willing to try something else too!

    Rosie on
  • I don’t use a lot of makeup so a hot wash cloth very little soap followed by a splash of cold water to close the pores. For a moisturizer, I use only olive oil or coconut oil which keeps my skin taut and smooth.

    Sandra Russill on
  • I use Erase Your Face cloths without any cleanser and they are excellent at removing makeup. Other than the plastic packaging the four cloths came in, I no longer have any plastic associated with washing my face.

    Michelle Tkachuk on
  • I like to use the Trader Joe’s natural facial cleansing pads with tea tree oil. They come in a plastic jar.

    Nicole on
  • I love the hand soap I bought from you. Do you have a facial cleanser? If so I will certainly give it a try.

    Lois Lovo on
  • I currently use a Curology cleanser, in a plastic bottle. I would definitely try a non-plastic cleanser as long as there are different options for different skin types.

    Ever on

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