How to Pick the Best Facial Cleanser for Your Skin
Blemish-prone skin is double-trouble as skin can be dehydrated and oily at the same time. Pores can become clogged and breakouts can happen on the regular, and yet it can still feel tight and dry in other areas. A gentle cleanser that doesn’t strip away moisture is key! Use a gentle, soap-free cleanser to make sure you don’t dry out your skin. But don’t overdo it! Cleansing too harshly can mean skin becomes irritated and uncomfortable.
Our best cleanser for blemish-prone skin
Ok, we’re biased but our cleanser won’t dry out your skin - in fact it boosts hydration levels and cleanses gently.
There’s sometimes confusion between dehydrated skin and dry skin, as the signs can feel the same. Dehydrated skin is where there’s water lacking in the skin, whereas dry skin is a lack of oil or lipids. When skin is dry, our lipid barrier is disrupted, and water can escape. The signs of dry skin? Think itching, redness, flaking, and tightness. The best kind of cleanser for dry skin is one that’s gentle and moisturising like a cleansing oil, or cream cleanser. Unsure if you’re dry or dehydrated? A good, moisture-balancing cleanser should help both.
Our best cleanser for dry skin
One of our faves, this feels gentle, hydrating, and moisturising.
Dehydration can easily be relieved with the right products. If you can treat the signs of dehydration, skin sensitivity can decrease, too. It’s a win-win! When picking a cleanser for dehydrated skin try one with an instant boost of hydration that won’t wash away, and help rehydrate and combat the rough patches, tightness, and fine hydration lines around your eyes and jaw.
Our best cleanser for dehydrated skin
Is gentle and instantly rehydrates skin.
Whatever you’re after, there’s a best facial cleanser out there for you, and your skin. From oily, blemish-prone, dry, and combination skin (or even if you feel dehydrated at times!) we’ve got your skin cleansing queries sorted.
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