La Mer's cleanser (Fluide de la Mer?)
Texture: runny gel
Steps: 1. dampen your face, 2. foam up a dime-sized amount between your palms, 3. massage all over face, 4. rinse off
Pros: fast and easy, removes face makeup completely
Cons: it left my skin totally dehydrated. Strong, cheap scent which I hate. Also, this doesn't remove eye makeup since it's a foaming cleanser.
sjal (pictured on left above)
Texture: thick gel
Steps: 1. dampen face, 2. dispense 1 pump of product, 3. smooth all over face, 4. rinse off
Pros: the gel texture doesn't dry out my skin yet cleanses face makeup completely. Lightest citrus scent. This cleanser can be used on the body also.
Cons: eye makeup has to be removed separately as this cleanser cannot be used on the eyes.
Rodial (picture on right above)
Texture: thick balm
Steps: 1. apply 1 pump of product on dry face, 2. massage, 3. leave on for a few minutes, 4. wipe off excess and rinse off, or wipe off with damp warm cloth
Pros: this is an all-natural treatment cleanser which you can leave on the face to let the pomegranate extract to treat hyperpigmentation. Removes face makeup completely.
Cons: strong pomegranate scent for those who don't like this fruit.
Taer Icelandic Complete Cleanse (sorry, not pictured)
Texture: milky emulsion
Steps: 1. massage a quarter-sized amount onto dry face, 2. leave on for a few minues, 3. wipe off and rinse off
Pros: this is also an all-natural, treatment cleanser that contains yarrow extract from Iceland. Removes face and eye makeup completely. Ceramic bottle can be recycled or re-used.
Cons: need to wipe off excess before rinsing off. Strong scent due to powerful herbal extracts. No pump dispenser, can get messy.