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#21 WishClean

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Posted 07 July 2013 - 11:26 PM

Cocamide and all of its derivatives (such as Cocamidopropyl Betaine) should also be added to the list. It can be more allergenic than even SLS. And, like SLS, it is in most shampoos.


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Posted 07 August 2013 - 12:57 PM

I would suggest adding Shiseido "Pureness" line products. Many camedonic ingredients, fragrances, colourants... If only I knew that the ingredients matter, when I was younger! Using these products I had the most terrible breakout in my life at the age of 19. 



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Posted 26 February 2014 - 07:33 PM

Wow, thanks for this. I just threw away the majority of my facial cleansers… I use argan oil for a moisturizer, but can anyone recommend a face wash? 



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Posted 27 February 2014 - 05:16 AM

Wow, thanks for this. I just threw away the majority of my facial cleansers… I use argan oil for a moisturizer, but can anyone recommend a face wash? 

Sage facial shampoo, glytone, boots sensitive foaming, and free & clear are a couple. I personally like the sage facial shampoo, but it's expensive.



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Posted 01 March 2014 - 09:07 AM

Wow, thanks for this. I just threw away the majority of my facial cleansers… I use argan oil for a moisturizer, but can anyone recommend a face wash? 


Water.

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Posted 02 March 2014 - 01:57 AM

Wow, thanks for this. I just threw away the majority of my facial cleansers… I use argan oil for a moisturizer, but can anyone recommend a face wash? 


Water.

Well what about those people who have oily skin? Pores would get blocked because water doesn't remove oil..



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Posted 02 March 2014 - 02:06 AM

 

Wow, thanks for this. I just threw away the majority of my facial cleansers… I use argan oil for a moisturizer, but can anyone recommend a face wash? 


Water.

Well what about those people who have oily skin? Pores would get blocked because water doesn't remove oil..

 

I don't know how much water actually removes oil and dirt, but this source says it's 65%.

 

Detergents aren't as bad as everyone thinks/says they are. SLS is washed off, and would only pose a threat if left on in high concentrations or those with compromised skin like eczema.



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Posted 02 March 2014 - 02:23 AM

 

 

Wow, thanks for this. I just threw away the majority of my facial cleansers… I use argan oil for a moisturizer, but can anyone recommend a face wash? 


Water.

Well what about those people who have oily skin? Pores would get blocked because water doesn't remove oil..

 

I don't know how much water actually removes oil and dirt, but this source says it's 65%.

 

Detergents aren't as bad as everyone thinks/says they are. SLS is washed off, and would only pose a threat if left on in high concentrations or those with compromised skin like eczema.

Well I have oily skin and if I use cleanser that contain SLS my skin gets so dry and tight that I can't even open my mouth well.



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Posted 02 March 2014 - 02:34 AM

 

 

 

Wow, thanks for this. I just threw away the majority of my facial cleansers… I use argan oil for a moisturizer, but can anyone recommend a face wash? 


Water.

Well what about those people who have oily skin? Pores would get blocked because water doesn't remove oil..

 

I don't know how much water actually removes oil and dirt, but this source says it's 65%.

 

Detergents aren't as bad as everyone thinks/says they are. SLS is washed off, and would only pose a threat if left on in high concentrations or those with compromised skin like eczema.

Well I have oily skin and if I use cleanser that contain SLS my skin gets so dry and tight that I can't even open my mouth well.

 

Cleansers with stuff like sodium trideceth sulfate or colloidal oatmeal (and specific saponins) are gentle.



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Posted 02 March 2014 - 06:18 PM

Well what about those people who have oily skin? Pores would get blocked because water doesn't remove oil..


I have oily skin. You can Blot excess. Oil isn't actually the problem in acne. It's skin cells that clog pores, although the composition of your sebum can be a factor. Linoleic acid is a major component of sebum that does what it's supposed to. Acne and other problem prone skin have Been found to be deficient resulting in sebum that's sticky and causes skin cells to clump and log pores. Topical use of a high linoleic acid containing oil can help. Google oil cleansing methods and see my thread thread on linoleic acid.


Edited by alternativista, 04 March 2014 - 10:20 AM.


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Posted 03 March 2014 - 10:50 AM

 

 


Wow, thanks for this. I just threw away the majority of my facial cleansers… I use argan oil for a moisturizer, but can anyone recommend a face wash? 


Water.
Well what about those people who have oily skin? Pores would get blocked because water doesn't remove oil..

I have oily skin. Blot excess. Oil isn't actually the problem. It's skin cells that clog pores, although the composition of your sebum can be a factor. Linoleic acid is a major component of sebum that does what it's supposed to. Acne and other problem prone skin have Been found to be deficient resulting in sebum that's sticky and causes skin cells to clump and log pores. Topical use of a high linoleic acid containing oil can help. Google oil cleansing methods ad see my thread thread on linoleic acid.

I really don't want to do oil cleansing method, I don't like that. How about the middle road method, water only evening and gentle cleanser morning?



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Posted 03 March 2014 - 04:11 PM

I really don't want to do oil cleansing method, I don't like that. How about the middle road method, water only evening and gentle cleanser morning?

ok


Edited by alternativista, 04 March 2014 - 10:18 AM.


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Posted 04 March 2014 - 02:50 AM

 

 

 

 


Wow, thanks for this. I just threw away the majority of my facial cleansers… I use argan oil for a moisturizer, but can anyone recommend a face wash? 


Water.
Well what about those people who have oily skin? Pores would get blocked because water doesn't remove oil..

I have oily skin. Blot excess. Oil isn't actually the problem. It's skin cells that clog pores, although the composition of your sebum can be a factor. Linoleic acid is a major component of sebum that does what it's supposed to. Acne and other problem prone skin have Been found to be deficient resulting in sebum that's sticky and causes skin cells to clump and log pores. Topical use of a high linoleic acid containing oil can help. Google oil cleansing methods ad see my thread thread on linoleic acid.

I really don't want to do oil cleansing method, I don't like that. How about the middle road method, water only evening and gentle cleanser morning?

ok

How often do you do this oil cleansing?



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Posted 04 March 2014 - 08:16 AM

How often do you do this oil cleansing?


Not often. Mostly I cleanse with a damp cloth after smearing a little oil on my eye makeup to remove it. Then I apply a small amount of oil to wet skin which helps apply it very lightly.


Edited by alternativista, 04 March 2014 - 10:18 AM.


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Posted 07 May 2014 - 08:21 AM

Even though this is a really old post, I wanted to point a problem with this data because I just came across it as a top result in a search. None of the references listed here provide the sources of their information. This same list pops up all over the place on the internet, but never seems to be accompanied by valid references. The info may be correct, but without knowing the source, there is no way to judge its reliability.



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Posted 28 May 2014 - 10:20 PM

How come you don't have BUTYLENE GLYCOL

It's definitely a comedogenic ingredient. Who knows how many people have reactions to it.






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