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Best foaming cleanser?

(12 Posts)
coastgirl Fri 16-Sep-11 14:21:33

I have tried all sorts of cleansing routines but I only really like washing my face with foaming cleanser in the shower. I have used all sorts of High Street ones (much of a muchness really) then moved onto Clarins which I really liked but it stings my eyes! Am just coming to the end of some Clinique stuff which I got for Christmas - it's got the texture etc I like but I'm sure there must be something just as good or better out there. Any recommendations? Clinique/Clarins price range fine, as I find you only need the tiniest amount so they last ages, as opposed to High Street stuff where you need loads to feel like it's done anything.

neuroticmumof3 Fri 16-Sep-11 15:21:24

My skin is slightly oily so I use this this. It doesn't leave my skin overly dry. I don't know if it's foamy enough for you but definitely good in the shower.

JustAnother Fri 16-Sep-11 15:43:49

I like the Shiseido one, and the Elemis tri-enzime one.

dottyaboutstripes Fri 16-Sep-11 17:10:14

The Elemis Tri-enzyme is fab and smells gorgeous too. I also like a cheapo Neutrogena grapefruit one

ChablisLover Fri 16-Sep-11 17:27:07

Decleor do one and it is fab. Debenhams, house of Fraser or qvc stock it

coastgirl Sat 17-Sep-11 18:49:27

Thanks all, I shall check some of these out. Any tried-and-tested online places to buy? I'm not near a big shop to look in person.

JenniferCanesten Sat 17-Sep-11 19:07:45

The best I ever tried was Biotherm - was a free sample though, can't afford such niceness in real life unfortunately. I use Boots Botanics something something face wash, nice consistency and smell.

ilovemydogandMrObama Sat 17-Sep-11 19:09:45

dermalogica special cleanser. Got a big big thing of it as a present about 3 years ago!

Carrotsandcelery Sat 17-Sep-11 19:10:38

I would recommend this from this website

I have slightly combination skin and this deals with it perfectly.

MadameCastafiore Sat 17-Sep-11 19:11:50

I second dermalogica - DD has terribly sensitive skin and it is fine for her.

LordOfTheFlies Sat 17-Sep-11 19:15:47

Philosophy Microdelivery Exfoliant Wash.

It's got a fine grain (salt) exfoliant and mild foaming. I haven't tried their foaming cleanse ,but I really like the daily buff of the fine granuals.

mummy2munchkin Sat 17-Sep-11 19:42:44

I love elemis too, they always do great deals! Also Elizabeth Arden foaming cleanser was amazing when i was preggers and had sensitive skin.

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