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    Default Ideas for a facial cleanser please

    Iím looking for a good quality cleanser suitable for 63 year old dry & mildly sensitive. I donít wear a lot of foundation and Iím happy with the eye make up remover Iíve got (cheapie but it suits my contact lenses).



    Iím happy to try a QVC Ďpremiumí brand using the MBG.
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    i use this from philosophy which is amazing just so simple & not expensive either for the size of the bottle as this bottle will last be at least 2.5 years or more by my calculations

    https://www.qvcuk.com/Philosophy-Pur...3.html?sc=SRCH
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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERCOOLWILLOW View Post
    i use this from philosophy which is amazing just so simple & not expensive either for the size of the bottle as this bottle will last be at least 2.5 years or more by my calculations

    https://www.qvcuk.com/Philosophy-Pur...3.html?sc=SRCH
    I found this made my skin really dry.


    But I love Elemis cleansing balm ��
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    Aldi hot cloth cleanser but not always available, I usually try to get it online. It is 200ml size. Liz Earle is also good but not cheap as are Emma Hardie and Elemis cleansing balm. I only use the hot cloth cleansers so cant comment on any others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ERICS MUM View Post
    Iím looking for a good quality cleanser suitable for 63 year old dry & mildly sensitive. I donít wear a lot of foundation and Iím happy with the eye make up remover Iíve got (cheapie but it suits my contact lenses).

    Iím happy to try a QVC Ďpremiumí brand using the MBG.
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    It depends on how you like to cleanse. I like a wash off one in the morning using a cloth, but like to use a lotion on pads to remove make up in the evening. I use Decleor for both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERCOOLWILLOW View Post
    i use this from philosophy which is amazing just so simple & not expensive either for the size of the bottle as this bottle will last be at least 2.5 years or more by my calculations

    https://www.qvcuk.com/Philosophy-Pur...3.html?sc=SRCH
    Just so everyone knows shelf life once opened is 2 years.
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    Perhaps Balancing Cleanser from Alpha H would suit. it's going to be included in the TSV on 8th February.
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    As long as a cleanser removes dirt, makeup and oil then the effects of it are short lived once another product is used such as a toner or moisturiser or when the cleanser is washed off. Cleansers aren`t left on the skin so their purpose is simply to cleanse not to have a long lasting effect. I buy cheap and cheerful cleansers which don`t irritate my sensitive skin and if I were to spend serious money on anything (which I don`t ) then I`d spend it on a serum, face oil or moisturiser which may or may not have some longer term effect.
     

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    I use Liz Earle and have for many years. It suits my skin and does the job. There are loads of products out there, but now I have found this one, I am sticking with it. I do though take my eye make up off with a different product.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Millie's Mum View Post
    I found this made my skin really dry.

    But I love Elemis cleansing balm ��
    Quite a few people on here seem to love Purity Made Simple but I hated it. I didn’t like the smell but worst of all, it is the only facial cleanser I have ever tried which gave me the most awful itchy skin that kept me awake at night. I know I’m in the minority but that was my experience. There’s obviously something in it which decided to attack me.

    Anyway, Eric’s Mum, I’m not best placed to recommend products for your skin type because, despite the above, I wouldn’t say I have sensitive skin (I don’t choose sensitive face products as a rule).
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