The best cleansers to shop for dry to normal skin in 2023
Banila Co Clean It Zero cleansing balm, $35, Adore Beauty
Recommended for dry skin, this balm is fragrance, sulphate, mineral oil and paraben free to leave skin hydrated and cleansed.
Softening cream cleanser, $25.60 (usually $32), Paula's Choice
This cleanser is super gentle while it removes makeup and dirt, leaving skin glowing and dewy.
AHA/BHA exfoliating cleanser, $31.95 (usually $39.95), Dope Skin Co
Remove the layer of dead skin and clear clogged pores with this gently exfoliating cleanser with ingredients like glycolic acid, citric acid, salicylic acid and niacinamide.
Ere Perez Fig All-Beauty jelly, $45, THE ICONIC
This jelly formula doesn't just melt away dirt and makeup; it can also be used as a mask to lock in hydration.
CeraVe hydrating cleanser, $13.99, Adore Beauty
A simple and affordable cleanser that does it all! It removes all of your makeup without disrupting the skin barrier with ingredients like hyaluronic acid and glycerine.
Midnight Recovery Botanical cleansing oil, $59, Kiehl's
This cleanser is a cult product from the brand that emulsifies into a milk with water and cleanses using its signature blend of botanical oils.
Alpha-H balancing cleanser, $53, Adore Beauty
The Alpha-H balancing cleanser leaves the skin soft and hydrated with Vitamin E and Aloe Vera.
Innisfree Green Tea cleansing oil, $30, Sephora
Ideal for dry and normal skin, this oil cleanser removes everything but doesn't over strip.
Holifrog Tashmoo Water Lily milky wash cleanser, $54, Sephora
A Korean beauty classic the Tashmoo Water Lily milky wash cleanser feels thick and lush while nourishing and hydrating.
Sukin Signature cream cleanser, $12.49, Chemist Warehouse
The signature cream cleanser includes a combination of natural ingredients like rosehip, avocado, sesame and more to soothe skin, cleanse and hydrate.
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