The Best Facial Cleansers for Your Skin Type

Looking for a good cleanser for your own personal skin type? By choosing a cleanser that suits your skin you’ll not only give your skin what it needs, but in time will make it look amazing. These are our picks:

 

 

For Normal Skin:

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Ahava Cleansing Cream self-adjusts to your skin’s pH level so it never overdries. We love that the creamy smooth consistency thoroughly cleanses and comforts skin on the first application, then removes oil, dirt, makeup, and other impurities without a trace left behind. $20, spalook.com

 

 

 

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Phisoderm Deep Cleaning Cream Cleanser for Normal to Dry Skin is a pure and simple face wash that really cleans your skin. It nurtures skin with vitamin E for moisture and replenishes with aloe and chamomile. $4.79, drugstore.com

 

 

 

For Combination Skin:

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Jurlique Purifying Foaming Cleanser is rich in lavender and tea tree oil to lift away surface impurities and help rebalance excess oil while soothing the dry parts of your face. The best part about this cleanser is that it leaves skin clean and refreshed, never dry. $40 sephora.com

 

 

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Avene Gentle Gel Cleanser is what we call a no-frills cleanser. It’s soap-free, rinses clean, and is suitable for normal to combination skin, eliminating impurities and makeup while soothing and softening the skin. $17, spalook.com

 

 

 

 

For Dry Skin:

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Cetaphil is mild enough for babies and even dermatologists love it. It’s clean, simple, and isn’t packed with chemicals or perfumes that can irritate the skin. It soothes and softens as it cleanses, helping the skin retain needed moisture. $7.99, drugstore.com

 

 

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Lancome ‘Galatee Confort’ Comforting Milky Creme Cleanser is great for dry skin because it’s emollient-rich and milky, giving dry skin the moisture it thirsts for. This melts away makeup and impurities and instantly comforts skin with honey and sweet almond extracts. from $30, nordstrom.com

 

 

 

For Oily/Acne-Prone Skin:

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Biore Blemish Fighting Ice Cleanser is the go-to cleanser to keep oil under control and keep blemishes at bay. Lavender soothes skin irritated by drying acne products, while salicylic acid keeps pores clean. $7.99, drugstore.com

 

 

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Murad Acne Clarifying Cleanser is one of the best when it comes to deep-cleaning clogged pores. This gel, featuring antibacterial triclosan and salicylic acid, helps to gently but effectively reduce acne blemishes to keep skin clear. $26, sephora.com

 

 

 

For Sensitive Skin

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Caudalie Gentle Cleanser leaves skin clean, feeling soft and free of impurities and makeup. This mild fluid protects skin against free radicals, gives skin new clarity and balance, and is free of parabens, sulfates, synthetic dyes and phthalates. $26, sephora.com

 

 

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Olay foaming Face Wash for Sensitive Skin was created especially for the special needs of sensitive skin. This gentle cleanser is soap-free, oil-free and gently, yet effectively, cleans without overdrying. A plus is that it comes as close to being “unscented” as a cleanser can be. $4.49, drugstore.com

 

 

 

For Mature Skin:

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Aveeno Positively Radiant Cleanser not only contains moisture-rich soy extracts and light diffusers to leave you with luminous looking skin, but this won’t overdry skin which is great when you’re skin is older. $7.49, drugstore.com

 

 

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Bioelements Moisture Positive Cleanser is rich and creamy, great for skin that is losing moisture. With natural plant extracts and aromatherapist oils to leave your skin feeling soft, clean and comfortable, skin will be hydrated, radiant and refreshed. $28, spalook.com

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