Face Cleanser Recommendation

Washes Away Oil,
Dirt, Bacteria &

Keeps pores clear
to allow other skin
products to do
their job

Purifies, Hydrates
and Soothes Skin

Helps Prevent Skin
Breakouts, Pimples,
Irritation and

Helps Improve Skin
Firmness, Texture,
Elasticity &
Long-Term Health

A facial cleanser is used to remove germs, bacteria, dead skin cells, oil, dirt, and other types of pollutants from the skin, helping to keep pores clear and prevent skin conditions such as acne, pimples and skin rashes, redness and irritation. The right face cleanser will purify, hydrate, and soothe your skin without damaging or irritating your skin.

It’s important to cleanse your skin every night, but also in the morning to remove any toxins your skin eliminates during the night by sweating, or bacteria that’s transferred to your face from your hair or pillow cover.

What’s more, cleansing your face properly will allow your skin to effectively soak up the array of skincare products you layer on afterwards to address your ski concerns.

The wrong cleanser can contain ingredients that are notorious for clogging your pores and causing you to break out. Many cleansers are too harsh for sensitive skin. They strip or fill the skin with harmful chemicals and fragrances that can result in redness, flaking, discomfort, and in some instances, even full-fledged allergic rashes.

When your skin has just one problem, such as excess oil production or dry patches, it’s easier to figure out which products work best for you. It’s more difficult when you have both oily and dry skin though (aka combination skin),

You need a sophisticated balance, so it doesn’t over-moisturize your oily parts, but be strong enough to hydrate and smooth your dry parts.

When skin loses water too quickly, it becomes dry. This can happen by using a cleanser that’s not designed for your dry skin.
Using the wrong cleanser can strip oils and fats from our skin that will make it become dryer.

A rough or bumpy skin texture can be caused by everything from clogged pores and dry skin to excessive sun exposure. It can strike at any moment. To help improve rough, bumpy skin you should use a cleanser that has a combination of exfoliation and hydration ingredients.

Finding the best cleanser on your own can be tough given there are so many options.

Gel Cleansers are clear with a gel-like consistency. Many have deep-cleaning and exfoliating properties-ideal for oily, acne-prone skin.

Cream Cleansers are usually thicker and can be moisturizing, cleansing without stripping skin of its natural oils-ideal for dry or sensitive skin.

Foam Cleansers will properly clean your face, and will also clean deep into your pores, and clean out debris and suck up excess oil, leaving your skin soft and squeaky clean. They are lightweight solutions creating a foamy lather. Foam cleansers are generally ideal for combination skin and oily or acne-prone skin. because they are great at helping eliminate excess oil or sebum.

Bar Soap tends to contain fewer ingredients than cleansers, because they don’t need preservatives to keep them shelf-stable, which means they are typically free of harmful ingredients. It’s also easier to make bar soap hypoallergenic.

There are bar soaps that don’t contain any soap at all and will not dry skin, making it a great choice for those with dry skin.

Some people say you shouldn’t share bar soap with other members of your household to avoid transferring bacteria. But studies going back to 1988 have shown that there’s very little risk in bacterial contamination from a bar of soap.

Exfoliating Cleansers both wash off dirt, oil, and makeup and exfoliate simultaneously.

We Have Recommended a Specific Cleaner For You, Based on the Information You Provided About Your Skin Type and Concerns.