To find a list of all cleansers that I have tested, as well as cleansers tested by others on Instagram (that use the #gtggphtest hashtag), click on the link that says “GTGGpHTest Spreadsheet results”. I will try to update this spreadsheet as often as I can! There are currently a little over 200 cleansers! 🙂
**Last updated 10/9/18**
Huge thanks to the following people for using the #gtggphtest hashtag and contributing to these results: @ashleyellebeauty, @beautpilgrim, @cosvitalista, @honestlyskin, @ladylunaskin, @lizbtco, @lipstickpredator, @skinepical, @Skinmusings, @theskinstudy, @thejamiequinn, @socialskinroutine, @oilyskinprobs
*Some links in the spreadsheet are affiliate links. When you make a purchase through these links, I will earn a very small commission (this commission is in no way added to the price you pay for any items purchased through these links). This compensation helps fund and support this blog and my time spent creating and maintaining content for you all.
Additional Links to places you can find more pH test results:
- This is an AMAZING spreadsheet that has a ton of cleansers (created by the fabulous Snowwhiteandtheasianpear)
- Link to list of cleansers (many drugstore ones)
- List of other popular cleansers
- More pH results from skincareph.com
- Some Neutrogena cleanser pH
If you don’t see the cleanser that you are curious about in any of those links, you can put in a request and I will do my best to track down the cleanser to test it.
(If you include your IG username or email I will be able to tag you if I am able to find your cleanser and post the result)
Do you want to start testing your own cleansers?
If you are curious about how to get into pH-testing, be sure to check out my post on options for pH-test strips and pH-meters: Click here