I have said it before, and I'll say it again - I never want to return to high school. High school was rough. Especially if you weren't a size 2 blonde cheerleader. It was even worse when you were the smarty who was requested not to join in during class games because otherwise the other kids wouldn't participate.
However, my cleansing routine in high school is definitely something I want to revisit. Who wouldn't want dewy, glowy skin again? I recently went back to an oldie, but a goodie. Cetaphil.
How Much: $8.99 for the giganto size at Costco
Where to buy: Costco, your local supermarket, pharmacy....
Review: What's good about it - Cetaphil is super duper gentle. Good for all skin types, especially sensative skin. I really like it in the winter when my face gets extra dry. It's also supposed to help your skin maintin its natural pH balance. Scientifically, this should cause your skin to regulate itself oil wise so it doesn't overproduce oils, causing breakouts.
What's bad about it - I forgot that it doesn't foam. Boo. I have an erroneous belief (I know it's erroneous, but I don't care) that if it doesn't foam it's not cleaning. It's a comfort thing I think. Makes me feel like the cleanser is doing its job and not slacking off in the corner somewhere reading a magazine.