Hands Down The Best Face Cleansers
“This cleansing oil is a hydrating 2-in-1 makeup remover and cleanser that is formulated with camellia oil to nourish the skin, gently melt away oils and remove waterproof makeup, which leaves skin feeling softer than silk.”
Brand Description: “This foaming cleanser instantly transforms into a rich, creamy lather leaving skin feeling clean, fresh and energized. Perfect for oily skin, the gentle formula is enriched with Prickly Pear extract that helps maintain skin’s moisture while dissolving surface impurities. The balancing cleanser leaves the skin smooth, hydrated and fresh without feeling tight or dry.”
Brand Description:” An oil-free gel facial cleanser that gels well with all skin types to cleanse and brighten daily. One face wash, and you’re good to glow.”
Brand Description:”Our pampering Foaming Face Wash gently cleanses without stripping skin's natural moisture. Formulated with Glycerin and Coconut-based Surfactants, this indulging foam helps remove dirt, oil and makeup for a fresh, bright complexion.”
$24 5fl oz/149ml
The Tatcha cleansing oil is very gentle on the skin and I use it as a pre-makeup remover followed by my Bliss wipes. I love that it has the amazing ingredients such as Tsubaki, aka Japanese Camellia Oil. Not only it is richer in oleic acid(Compares to olive oil), but also it’s filled with Vitamins A, B, D, and E. Moreover, it has fatty acids 3,6, and 9 to nourish the skin. One ingriendient I have to mention that I read from Tatcha website is the Hadasei-3™, A proprietary complex of rice, green tea, and algae. That includes the amino acids and lactic acid act as gentle AHAs to renew the skin while give it hydration.
I love Laura Mericer and I am new to their skincare line. Love the fact that this cleanser has three main natural ingredients that most of us are familiar with: French Spring Water, Rose Water and Starflower Oil. While the French Spring water is known to hydrate the skin, Starflower Oil to nourish the skin, there’s the French Rose Flower Extract and Damask Rose Flower oil to calm the skin. This foaming cleanser is different than the Kylie Skin Foaming Cleanser, I didn't see any lather at the first time when I just started using it, until I did a circular motion with a small amount of the product mixed with water in my palm. It definitely feels like a creamy formula rather than a foaming one. But I found it's perfect for summer, it's meant to use for oily skin yet it doesn't dry me out.
The Kopari oil-free gel cleanser is what I am using recently, just like Kopari’s rest products; it's full of amazing natural ingredients especially their signature Organic Coconuts. On top of that, there are active pineapple and Papaya enzymes. I know they are good to the skin, this is also a good cleanser for summertime, and it's not just for oily skin. I am loving it!
Last but not least, The Kylie Skin Foaming Cleanser, one of my must-haves. I just purchased the second bottle from the sale not long ago. Even though I have other cleansers I know will use this one. When it comes to "foaming cleanser" I always try to aviod because it tends to give me an impression of "it must has bad chemicals and it will dry my skin out like mummy" lol. But in fact it doesn't make me skin feels dry more do any damage to my sensitive skin, the foam formula cleanser has glycerin-a humectant that is helping keep skin moisturized. The coconuts-based surfactants replaced sulfates (I am trying to avoid), and this mild alternative is the reason of the creamy lather.
Overall, I tried many cleansers and cleansing is pretty essential in our skincare routine even makeup routine. Some cleansers clean the skin very well but it has harsh ingredients my skin couldn't handle overtime, some are too gentle to even do their job. These four are so far my favorite everyday face cleansers and I know I will purchase again.
Hope you like the reviews, let me know your thought on these cleansers! Thank you for reading!
*The products were gifted by the brands