Cleansing has always been the most crucial step in your beauty routine, especially if you have makeup on your face for the whole day, you need to make sure you clean your face thoroughly. With a lot of cleansers in the market, it can be quite confusing to choose the right cleanser for your face. Here we have listed several facial cleansers that are suitable for a specific skin type, also make sure to check out Avon Catalog for the latest beauty products.
These types of facial wash are usually clear and have a gel-like consistency, just like the name. They are designed for deep cleansing and is suitable to kill bacteria that causes acne while also removing excess oil on your face. This type of cleansers are ideal for oily and combination skin; dry skin types should steer clear from this kind of face wash.
Tip: if the gel cleansers feel too dry for your skin, opt for a Foam facial wash or make sure you buy the product with aloe in it.
These foaming washes dominate the market, they start off as a gel or cream that turns into a foamy lather as soon as you start rubbing it in your hand. This type of cleanser could be an alternative for oily and combination skin that doesn’t like the feel of gel cleansers, as sometimes the gel cleanser could leave your face feeling “tight.”
Oil cleansers start to gain popularity around 2015, the cleanser itself is oil based, and although this sounds like the perfect way to get a breakout especially for oily skin, it’s not. Oil cleansers fit all skin types as it gives your face a gentle way of removing dirt, makeup, and excess oil without drying your skin.
Tip: make sure to check if you don’t have any allergies to the oil cleanser that you’re buying. If you are going to make your oil cleanser make sure that the ingredients that you’re buying is organic.
For those of you who have dry and sensitive skin might want to try a cream cleanser instead. This type of facial wash contains moisturizing ingredients, which can naturally cleanse your skin without stripping away your natural oils. Cream cleansers can also come in the form of “milk” or “lotion.”
Tip: if your face is dehydrated and flaking, you might want to look for some ‘extra moisturizing’ cleansers or use a face mask to make sure that your skin is hydrated. If all else fail, consult to the nearest dermatologist.