What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Trader Joe’s Nourish All-in-one-facial Cleanser?

A total of 4 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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28th Aug 2019

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20th Apr 2017

Issue: I am traveling for six months in Asia and am running out of face wash about halfway through the trip. I currently use this face wash.

Skin Type: Fair, sensitive, prone to breakouts because of hormonal birth control.

Question: I will be in Hong Kong in about a week and would like to pick up another face wash. Can anyone recommend a face wash I would be able to fairly easily find in Hong Kong that is similar to the one I’m currently using?


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2nd Mar 2016

I have the same type of skin. Very dry and sensitive (I have eczema) and yet terribly prone to acne.

I use the most mild cleanser I can find. I’ve been using Trader Joe’s Nourish All-In-One Facial Cleanser for a few years now.

Then I use the regular old Stridex in the red box, but only every other day AT MOST. (salicylic acid, not bp) It helps control my acne but is too drying when I use it more than that.

Then I alternate days with Paula’s Choice 8% AHA Gel and Paula’s Choice Resist Barrier Repair Moisturizer with Retinol. (I used to use them both every night, but recently learned that using an AHA and a retinol at the same time doesn’t allow each to be effective. No, I don’t know the science behind it, but I read it here or on /r/SkincareAddiction or something)

I moisturize with Embryolisse Lait-Crème Concentré, which is a freaking miracle cream – I would recommend this to anyone and everyone – It’s not greasy, it absorbs quickly, it makes my dry icky skin feel like velvet. And it’s so mild – No matter how dry, cracked and broken my skin is, it never burns or stings.

If I’m dryer than usual, sometimes I use argan oil (plain, 100% argan oil with nothing added.)

Hope that helps.

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13th Mar 2015


I have dry, sensitive, eczema-prone and acne prone skin.

In the morning, I give a splash of water and moisturize with Embryolisse Lait-Creme Moisturizer.

The magic happens at night.

I was with Trader Joe’s Nourish Facial Cleanser, and it does a great job removing my makeup. Then, chemical exfoliation with Paula’s Choice 8% AHA gel. (I find it much more gentle than a BHA, but it works wonders on keeping my skin clear.) I use the Embryolisse Lait-Creme Moisturizer again, and then follow up with a bit of argan oil if I’m still dry at bedtime, and vaseline if it’s really bad.

I spot-treat blemishes with tea tree oil.

I also sleep with a humidifier on.