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The best face cleansers for all skin types

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Get clean and clear skin with the best cleansers available on the market

Finding the best face cleanser for your skin type can be quite the challenge, especially because the long-term effects aren’t seen immediately.

Yes, your skin will instantly feel fresh, clean and soft (especially if you use a face cleanser brush), but in the long run, cleansers should also be a huge part of your anti-ageing regime. They work hard to fight off the years and reversing the daily effects of make-up and dirt on your skin – results that won’t be seen until much further down the line.

This is why you need to do your research or visit our sister site Powder who will find a cleanser that’s specifically matched to you. Like finding the best make-up remover for your skin, finding the ultimate cleanser for yourself in a saturated market can seem near impossible, so you’ve got to rely on recommendations from those who have tried them all.

That’s why we pulled together a team of beauty experts to give you a list of the best cleansers available on the market right now.

Face cleanser brush – do I need one?

A face cleanser brush, like the travel-friendly Clarisonic Mia Fit Device, takes your daily face wash to the next level. Using one of these in your skincare routine will leave your skin feeling smoother and will give your pores a much deeper clean than just using your hands or cotton pads.

The best face cleanser brushes are designed to be gentle enough for every day use, though if you have sensitive skin that’s easily irritated, it’s best to use every other day should you feel a bit wary about overdoing it with the scrubbing.

So, you know you want a face cleanser brush, but who do you buy from? Clarisonic and Clinique have an excellent range of face cleanser brushes on offer along with various different brush heads to suit your skin’s needs, but if you’re looking to spend a little less, No7 sell one of the best cleansing brushes on the high street for less pennies.

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