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These Are The Best Cleansers And Makeup Removers, According To Reddit

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PHOTO: Clinique, Cetaphil, COSRX

Whether or not you have a full-fledged skincare regimen, cleansing and makeup removal will always be a crucial part of it. So if you find that your current ones are just not cutting it anymore, we bet you’ll find your next favorite among these seven holy grail products from the Skincare Addiction subreddit.

Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser

"A dermatologist recommended it to me more than a decade ago for my super sensitive, normal-to-dry skin and I've been using it ever since. Once or twice I've tried to change things up, but nothing seems to work as well for me. I've recently started using it as the 2nd step in a double cleanse (Banila Clean It Zero Sensitive is step 1) and my face has never felt better. I use it as a body wash too." — carmas_a_bitch

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Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser, P382/50ml, Watsons

Simple Moisturizing Facial Wash

"It cleans efficiently without making my skin feel dry or tight. No noticeable fragrance (I'm pretty sensitive to fragrance) and straightforward ingredients. The bottle lasts forever, so the value is amazing. Readily available in your local drugstore." — keakealani

Simple Moisturizing Facial Wash, P300, Calyxta

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CosRX Low pH Good Morning Gel Cleanser

"I like the smell, I love that it makes my skin feel so clean and is non-drying…I love that the pH is appropriately low, I've had no negative/adverse reactions." — kellymb

CosRX Low pH Good Morning Gel Cleanser, P600, The Skincare Curator

Clinique Take The Day Off Cleansing Balm

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“Best makeup remover I've used thus far. I've tried the expensive balms and this is far cheaper, completely fragrance free, and does the best job. I can take off a full face of makeup with just a nickel-sized amount of this product without the need to even follow up with a second cleanse. Gets everything off and leaves the skin very smooth.” — W1ldYouth

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Clinique Take The Day Off Cleansing Balm, P1,750, Rustan's The Beauty Source

Garnier Micellar Water Blue

"This stuff ROCKS! It's so light on my face, doesn't make [my skin] break out, and doesn't [make it feel] stretched so tight [like it's] going to crack. Thought it was slightly pricey at first, but really it's a great value for the size of the bottle. Cheaper than essential oils and a little bit goes a long way. Also great with q-tips for removing under-eye mascara/eyeliner residue or fixing the cat eye wing I screw up every morning." — No_Beating_The_Busch

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Garnier Micellar Water Blue, P249/400ml, Robinsons Department Store

Banila Co. Clean It Zero

"I love this cleanser, it melts everything off better than other makeup removers I have tried and rinses clean. It doesn't sting my eyes like a lot of micellar waters/other oil cleansers and is less messy than just mineral oil. It doesn't make my skin hella dry afterwards and comes with a little spatula so you don't have to dip your fingers into the jar." — blitzen25

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Banila Co. Clean It Zero, P890, Glorietta 4

Bioderma Sensibio H20 Micelle Solution

"I have used this for over two years. It is very gentle on sensitive skin. Cleanses very well without drying, leaves no residue. It struggles a bit with heavy or waterproof makeup, though." — XiaoShanA

Bioderma Sensibio H20 Micelle Solution, P1,458/500ml, Robinsons Department Store

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