Organic Fragrance-free Cleansers from Acure Organics!


Do you have sensitive skin? Do you prefer to use organic products? Do you want products that are cruelty-free? Sulfate, fragrance, and/or paraben-free? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then Acure Organics might be just what you need!

If you read the blog regularly, then you know that I was recently diagnosed with rosacea. Even prior to that, I had skin that was sensitive to added fragrance. If you've ever looked for fragrance-free cleansers/body wash, then you know it's not easy to find good ones.

If you have sensitive skin or just prefer to use organic and/or fragrance-free products, I recommend the sensitive skin cleansers by Acure Organics!

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I discovered Acure in one of the Target Beauty Boxes, and I've been using their products for a little over a year now. I've mentioned the cleanser in My Favorite Facial Cleansers for Mature Skin post, but I wanted to go into a little more detail about both the facial cleanser and body wash.

I do want to mention that they have recently repackaged their products. I have photos of the products I purchased in 2017, so they have the older packaging.

Sensitive Facial Cleanser by Acure Organics!

The Sensitive Facial Cleanser was originally packaged in a white tube with teal graphics. It is now called Seriously Soothing™ Cleansing Cream and comes in a white tube with pink graphics. Same product - different packaging, different name.

Fragrance-free Sensitive Skin Body Wash by Acure Organics!

The Sensitive Skin Body Wash was originally packaged in an eight ounce teal tube with white graphics. It is now called Simply Unscented™ Body Wash and comes in a 12 ounce white bottle with light blue graphics. Same product - different packaging, different name. More product.

Both of these products are vegan, paraben-free, sulfate-free, phthalate-free, mineral oil free, petrolatum-free, silicone-free and cruelty-free.

If you have sensitive skin or just prefer to use organic and/or fragrance-free products, I recommend the sensitive skin cleansers by Acure Organics!

Even though they don't have any added fragrance, there is a slight scent that comes from the ingredients. It's pretty neutral and doesn't bother me at all. Of course, sometimes, I would rather have something that smells delicious, but not if it's going to irritate my skin. Right?

Cleanser ingredients: water, aloe vera leaf juice*, acai fruit extract*, blackberry fruit extract*, rosehips fruit extract*, pomegranate fruit extract*, calendula flower extract*, chamomile flower extract*, rooibos leaf extract*, sodium cocoyl isethionate, decyl glucoside, sodium lauroyl lactylate, glyceryl stearate SE, hydroxypropyl starch phosphate, coconut oil, stearyl didydroxypropyldimonium oligosaccharides, glyceryl oleate, glycerin, phenethyl alcohol, hydrolyzed jojoba esters, glyceryl caprylate, sclerotiom gum, gycerophosphoinositol, sunflower amino acids, argan kernel oil*, argan culture extract, peony cell culture extract. *organic ingredient

Body wash ingredients: water, aloe vera leaf juice*, acai fruit extract*, blackberry fruit extract*, rosehips fruit extract*, pomegranate fruit extract*, calendula flower extract*, chamomile flower extract*, rooibos leaf extract*, sodium cocoyl isethionate, decyl glucoside, sodium lauroyl lactylate, glyceryl stearate SE, hydroxypropyl starch phosphate, coconut oil, stearyl didydroxypropyldimonium oligosaccharides, glyceryl oleate, glycerin, phenethyl alcohol, hydrolyzed jojoba esters, glyceryl caprylate, sclerotiom gum, glycerophosphoinositol, sunflower amino acids, argan kernel oil*, argan sprout cell extract, ubiquinone. *organic ingredient

If you look closely, you can see that the ingredient lists are identical except that the cleanser contains peony cell culture extract, and the body wash has ubiquinone (CoQ10). The consistencies are a little different, too - at least in the original. The body wash has a thicker consistency. But the major difference is that the facial cleanser is only four ounces and the body wash is 12 ounces. For the same price. You see where I'm going with this? I think I would definitely consider using the body wash on my face!

Comparison of consistency of the sensitive skin facial cleanser and body wash by Acure Organics!

I like both of these products, and they haven't irritated or dried my skin at all - not even my face which has been so sensitive since the rosacea diagnosis. That's very important to me. I also appreciate that the consistency allows a little to go a long way - especially if you're using a konjac sponge and/or a shower pouf.

If you have sensitive skin, rosacea, or just prefer to use fragrance-free or organic products, I recommend both of these cleansers. Acure has some other great products as well.

Do you have a favorite fragrance-free or organic cleanser? I'd like to add one or two as backups to my regular cleansers, so let me know in the comments here, on Instagram, or Snapchat!



Kim A.
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