Cleansers For Combination & Oily Skin
- Vichy Normaderm Phytosolution Intensive Purifying Gel 200mlSpecial Price £10.13 Regular Price £14.95
- Bioderma Sebium Purifying and Foaming Cleansing Gel 200mlSpecial Price £9.00 Regular Price £12.00
- Bioderma Sebium Purifying Cleansing Foaming Gel 500mlSpecial Price £13.50 Regular Price £18.00
- Eucerin DermatoCLEAN Refreshing Cleansing Gel 200mlSpecial Price £10.80 Regular Price £13.50
- Uriage Thermal Micellar Water for Combination to Oily Skin 250ml£9.49
- Bioderma Sebium Intense Purifying Cleansing Active Foaming Gel 200mlSpecial Price £9.75 Regular Price £13.00
- Eucerin DermoPurifyer Triple Effect Cleansing Gel 150mlSpecial Price £10.80 Regular Price £13.50
- La Roche-Posay Effaclar Purifying Cleansing Gel Refill 400ml£17.50
All you need to know about Combination/Oily Skin
What are the best cleansers for combination and oily skin?
The best cleansers to use with combination or oily skin are foaming cleansers or gel cleansers. The only kind of cleanser to avoid with combination or oily skin are cleansing oils.
Are foaming cleansers good for oily skin and combination skin?
Foaming cleansers are a good choice for oily skin and combination skin. They are also good for acne-prone skin, as spots are often caused by an excess build up of oil (sebum) on the skin. Foaming cleansers create a foam that deeply cleanses pores, helping to lift out dirt and impurities. Foaming face washes are also good for combination and oily skin.
What is a gel cleanser?
Cleansing gels are similar to, but lighter than, traditional foaming cleansers. They are both water-based so work in concert with your skin's natural pH balance. Gel cleansers have a thick consistency to start and turn into a light and airy foam once worked into a lather. They are considered a milder cleanser than foam cleansers, but are no less effective.