12 best cleansers
A good cleanser should form part of your daily beauty routine. Whether you're skin is sensitive, oily, dry or all three, here's our pick
Tuesday 05 August 2014
Cleansers are not the most exciting of beauty purchases, but a good one – and they are worth investing in - will sweep away make-up in no time (and let's face it, cleansing isn't the most exciting part of a beauty routine, so the faster the better in my book).
They keep pores unclogged and clean to help prevent breakouts. Some have added skincare treats like vitamins, omega oils and anti-oxidants. We've tried and tested dozens - from This Works' quick and easy option for cleansing on the go to Dermalogica Ultracalming Cleanser to soothe easily irritated skin, there should be something for every skin type.
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For a simple, inexpensive creamy cleanser that is kind to skin, you won't find better than Nivea's Daily Essentials Cleansing Milk. But for a luxury cleansing facial treat, Liz Earle's Cleanse & Polish is the undisputed cleansing champion.
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