The Little Luxury: Dr. Loretta FACE ERASE Total Makeup Remover

Relationship status: Bedtime buddies for the past few weeks

How it works: With just one pump, a few circular motions and some warm water, this milky cream cleanser completely purifies my skin of dirt, oil and makeup after a long day.

Why I love erasing my face: Last Fall Spa Week I had a smart peel with Shannon at Exhale. She used a milk cleanser on my face instead of gel (Shannon told me gel cleansers are great for oily skin but can be super harsh on dry skin like mine). Ever since then I have been desperately searching both drug and department stores for a rich and creamy cleanser. About two weeks ago I found Dr. Loretta’s products and feel in love… so much so that I asked Dr. Loretta herself if I could interview her on Spa Week Daily and she said YES! Read all about my chat with Dr. Loretta HERE.

Does it do what it says it’ll do? Yes! This stuff works wonders on my dry, flaky skin, leaving it calm and clean without a blotchy or too-tight feeling.

Ideal for: Sensitive skin like mine or red or Roasacea-prone, sensitive eyes and contact lens users.

Sleep pretty darling: The lavender scent is a huge bonus! I especially look forward to washing my face before bed (before I used to skip on nightly cleansing and totally regretted it in the morning!). The aroma of lavender paired with the warm water helps me get ready for a good night’s sleep.

An unexpected moisturizer: This unique formula acts as a moisturizing conditioner for my eyebrows, lashes, and eyelids without leaving filmy residue. (Also: A reminder to apply actual face moisturizer after ANY cleanser.)

What’s up, Doc? Dr. Loretta is the first line on the market to provide broad spectrum antioxidant protection from nitrogen as well as oxygen free radicals. This means your skin is even more protected from harmful smog, smoke and environmental pollutants that can harm and age your skin.

Best of all: You get a state-of-the-art cleanser, developed by an award-winning dermatologist for just $19.

Hot Stone Scale (1-6): 6

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