The Best Face Wash For Acne-Prone/Oily/Sensitive Skin

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No matter the weather or temperature, my skin has always been a combination of oily, sensitive and extremely dry. Combination skin, you say? I think not! The 'combination skin' products have only made things worse of the years – until I visited the Cadogan Clinic in London to finally get some answers on what product will really change and help promote good skin texture and health. I was turned to the Avène Eau Thermale Gentle Gel Cleanser by a wonderful dermatologist who closely inspected my skin under a lit magnifying glass to access the damage... And she was right! This soft and silky gel cleanser, for sensitive skin, has done wonders for my skin. It take off makeup in a flash, is moisturising but not heavy, and soothes with the Avène Thermal Spring Water ingredient that provides your skin with an instant feeling of comfort.

What You'll Need

  • Avène Eau Thermale Gentle Gel Cleanser

What You'll Do

  • 1. Use a facial wipe to remove heavy eye and face makeup
  • 2. Use 1 pump of Avène Eau Thermal Gentle Gel Cleanser
  • 3. Rub gently in circular motions all over your face
  • 4. Rinse with warm water
  • 5. Voilà!
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