Review: Lily Organics Seaweed Balancing Facial Cleanser

Organic skin care is still a bit of a rarity these days. Many lines incorporate a few organic ingredients, but few are as serious about organic as Lily Organics. This skin care company is a certified USDA organic grower based in Colorado. I was excited to have the opportunity to test out their Seaweed Balancing Facial Cleanser, which is designed for normal to oily skin types.

Pros:
  • Simple, gentle and organic ingredients
  • A little goes a long way
  • Easy to use
  • Won't have to splash your face with water
  • Handcrafted on an organic farm
  • Can help clear up acne
Cons:
  • May have to order online
Summary:
Lily Organics Seaweed Balancing Facial Cleanser is a special kind of face wash. Unlike traditional washes, the texture is slightly milky and doesn't require a rinse to remove. Instead, it can be removed using a damp, warm washcloth or used using simply a cotton ball or pad. This is especially handy if, like me, you have long hair that has been specially styled. When you remove this face wash, you won't risk messing up your hair style.

I also love how this face wash is made using ingredients from the company's own farm. The gentle formula rates an excellent 1 on EWG's Skin Deep database. Although the price is fairly high, the quality of the ingredients and small amount needed make this a decent value. If you're new to the line, they offer several options to help; you can sign up for the email list on the home page for a discount or test out the line with a trial size or trial pack. I highly recommend this cleanser if you're looking for an organic product for normal to oily skin.

Also available on Amazon.com.

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