An Allure beauty award winner, this product is oil-free and non-irritating, making it a good choice for particularly sensitive and oily skin types.
Some customers report issues getting the cleanser out of the bottle.
With more than 70 years in the business, this brand has fine-tuned the art of dissolving dirt without stripping the skin of its good oils. We love that this product feels more like a gel and wipes away easily.
Works great for general day-to-day cleansing, but does not remove heavy makeup.
This product cleanses skin of makeup and toxins without stripping it of its natural oils. Extremely gentle.
It does not offer other benefits than gentle cleansing -- which is not a deterrent to all users.
Contains Amazonian white clay that naturally detoxifies skin, removing dirt and bacteria. Leaves a smooth, clean feel.
Some users with particularly sensitive skin found it to be a tad too harsh.
With its focus on helping balance oil production, this cleanser is ideal for anyone with oily skin, no matter your skin's condition. Customers love that their skin feeling and looking healthy after cleansing.
It helps cleanse pores but does not necessarily help fight major breakouts.
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Oily skin can benefit from cleansers that target oil production without stripping your skin of its natural moisturizing mechanisms. Used by those with excessively oily skin and minor breakouts caused by this condition. Your oily skin doesn’t have to dry out to find its moisture equilibrium. Instead, cleansers are engineered to gently dissolve excess oil while protecting your skin’s natural ability to produce it. Most cleansers are gel or foam. Products can be used daily and provide fast results in terms of oil maintenance. Pay careful attention to how dry your skin feels after each wash as some products may be more astringent than others.