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Turning to you ladies here for your recommendations - would trust no one else!

Please let me have your suggestions if you have a moment.  Thank you in advance.

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Re: Best Oil-Free Cleanser

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Hope you find something you like.

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CeraVe has several cleansers that are all very good.  I've used them and I have delicate, sensitive, acne prone skin.  My derm recommnends them.

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@fitfuninformed  on amazon only use a few pumps each time on dry face, massage,then rinse faceIPKN Perfect Cleansing Oil

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Thank you @customerQ--V--C  and others.  I believe I will look into the CeraVe, the SA variety looks interesting.  Thank you!!!

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Consult Beaute Cleanser is very good, gel, not an oil cleanser. also, there as few from Alba Botanical that are excellent, and Olay

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CeraVe Hydrating Cleanser. A 12-ounce bottle is ~$15 and it's left my skin more hydrated than cleansers that cost over twice that amount.

 

It cleans without stripping and never leaves my skin dry or tight. It's not the best for getting off waterproof or long-wear makeup, so I use a makeup remover or oil cleanser, then the CeraVe on days I wear makeup

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@tobes wrote:

@fitfuninformed  on amazon only use a few pumps each time on dry face, massage,then rinse faceIPKN Perfect Cleansing Oil


I'm guessing that Perfect Cleansing Oil is not the oil-free cleanser the OP wanted. Smiley Happy

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@fitfuninformed 

I'm 56 with oily acne prone sensitive skin and I really like Zapzyt acne cleanser . Its oil free ,alcohol free and has 2% salacylic acid. It is very gentle . Its about about $10 on Amazon but it's also available at Walmart ,Walgreens and Kroger . I remove my makeup with a little bit of Abolene ,then put this on and leave on for about 2 minutes then rinse off.

leaves my skin soft and no irritation .

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@fitfuninformed  Consult Beaute has a cavier cleanser and now has Beaute Detox activated charcoal cleansing cloths that are even better.