A search for an equally glowy but less crunchy sheet mask led me to an Australian skin-care brand called Go-To, founded by a former beauty editor who started her own line to fill in the gaps she saw missing in the skin-care market.
When Zoë Foster Blake gets frustrated by a problem, she creates the solution. Struggling to rein in emotions during a bad breakup? She made an app for that. Looking for a flatulence-based narrative to read to your child? She wrote it. Trying to find skin care products that are simple and natural, but not obnoxious? She has made them, too.
Go-To is her new focus, a business she never thought she would start but one that has been a runaway hit in Australia and has expanded into the United States. Recently, motivated by her search for gentle natural products that worked on her two young children, Ms. Foster Blake began the offshoot line of children’s products Gro-To.
When I first used the cleanser, I loved the light texture of the product, which isn’t thick or greasy. I was super impressed with how easy it is to use and how well it removes make-up using just my hands.
Go-To founded by Zoë Foster Blake launches Fancy Face, a luxurious botanical cleansing oil that dissolves all makeup, oil, primer, sunscreen (even zinc) and grime, that leaves the skin nourished, clean and supple. There’s zero residue, and no stripping the skin. Fancy Face is as useful for mature or dry skin, as it is young, oily or heavy made-up skin. Every Fancy face comes with a complimentary muslin Posh Cloth for the full cleansing ritual.
Unlike other cleansers this one is oil-based, which means it has super-cleansing-powers that will leave your skin squeaky clean without feeling dry or tight. Instead it promises to leave it nourished and healthy.
Hoo boy. I am a fan! By the time January hit, summer had really done a number on my skin. I’d been applying and reapplying sunscreen over the break and as a result, my skin was dotted with blackheads (across the nose) and little bumps (on my right cheek). I also had a few cute pimples brewing on my chin. Nothing that would stop traffic but still – I would prefer not to have said blackheads, bumps and breakouts.
I also reckon it does an excellent job of removing makeup, mascara included, if you do as instructed and massage it into dry skin. The result is fresh, cleansed skin that feels soft, hydrated and ready for a second cleanse OR any serums/moisturisers in your nighttime routine.