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Best Cleansers for Each Skin Type


The Best Cleansers for Each Skin Type

Posted by Sally O'Kelly on Apr 24, 2018

Every single step of your skin care regimen should be reflected by your skin type and skin care concerns. If you’re going to use rich and emollient moisturizers on oily skin and lightweight lotions on dry skin then you’re going to run into problems. Cleansing is no exception and whilst we all want that squeaky clean feeling, not every cleanser suits all. 

Cleansers are there to rid your skin of any impurities, including makeup, dead skin cells, grime, pollution, product build-up, and excess oils. Due to the cleaning effect on skin, some cleansers can be drying and it’s important you choose a cleanser to match your skin type, especially if you have sensitive or dry skin. Cleansers can also add extra nourishment to your skin, so some ultra-rich cleansers for dry skin may be too heavy for oilier complexions.

We’ve got the rundown on all the best cleansers, so no matter your skin type, you can make sure that you’re giving your skin exactly what it needs whilst maintaining a cleansed complexion.

Best cleanser for dry skin: Fresh Soy Face Cleanser

Due to the nature of their purpose, cleansers can be incredibly drying to skin and remove a little too much, leaving skin feeling dehydrated and tight. Those with dry skin need to make sure they’re using a cleanser which is rich and nourishing, without removing any essential oils. The Fresh Soy Face Cleanser gently removes impurities from the skin without stripping it back or leaving it feeling uncomfortable. Rich in amino acids, borage seed oil, and rosewater to calm, balance, and strengthen the skin, this is the perfect choice for dry skin types.

Best cleanser for oily skin: Clinique Take The Day Off Cleansing Oil

If you have oily skin, you may think to avoid cleansing oils is the best way to go but actually, these lightweight cleansers are the perfect choice for oily complexions as they can dissolve excess oils like no other. In fact, anything too drying may cause your skin to produce even more oils. The Clinique Take The Day Off Cleansing Oil is one of the most effective available,, removing every scrap of makeup and every impurity to enjoy a fresher complexion in no time.

Best cleanser for sensitive skin: REN Evercalm Gentle Cleansing Milk

If you have a sensitive complexion, you need to be particularly careful with cleansers as the abrasive formulas can cause irritation. The REN Evercalm range has been developed with sensitive skin in mind as it helps to soothe irritation and calm redness. The range has expanded over the years and now features this stunning Gentle Cleansing Milk, a cleanser soft enough for sensitive skin types. Containing fennel seed extract to neutralize pollution and de-stress skin, omega 3 and 7 to boost hydration and calendula oil to heal skin, the Gentle Cleansing Milk has all the ingredients you need for cleansing sensitive skin.

Best cleanser for aging skin: Peter Thomas Roth Anti-Aging Cleansing Gel

Don’t just stop at night serums and eye creams when it comes to building your anti-aging routine, the Peter Thomas Roth Anti-Aging Cleansing Gel has extra anti-aging benefits for when you cleanse your skin. Enriched with glycolic acid, salicylic acid, fruit extracts, and white oak bark, the powerful cleanser helps to resurface skin and accelerate skin cell turnover for a brighter, smoother, and more youthful looking complexion with every cleanse.

Which cleanser will you be reaching for?


Sally O'Kelly

Sally O'Kelly

Sally O’Kelly is a London-based beauty blogger with a serious passion for all things cosmetics. From berry lips and cleansing balms to sea salt sprays and contour palettes, Sally has tried it all and picked up some great tips for fellow makeup enthusiasts along the way.

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