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WouldaCouldaShouldaNot Tue 27-Oct-20 08:38:06

Any recommendations for a cleanser for teen skin (oily, acne prone) that doesn’t need to be washed off.

DD wears a lot of make up but hates using a rinse of foaming cleanser/face wash. Is there anything out there for teens that is wiped on/off.

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Cheesymonster Tue 27-Oct-20 08:39:26

Miceller water. The garnier one is my usual go to but I am currently using the simple one and that’s nice too.

yellowsun Tue 27-Oct-20 09:04:24

Avene do a nice one. However, if she is suffering with her skin, she reLly does need to be washing it properly.

uncomfortablydumb53 Tue 27-Oct-20 15:30:53

I was going to say Micellar water too
There's clean and clear but I'm not sure if that would also remove make up

HelloRose Tue 27-Oct-20 21:36:52

I use La Roche Posay micellar water
Always worked well with my combination skin & for any spots

justilou1 Tue 27-Oct-20 21:42:46

While they’re effective for breaking up makeup, they are still full of detergents suspended in water and it’s not good to leave them on your skin. They break up the skin’s natural protective barrier. Your DD is better off using a gentle cleansing balm and washing that off with a ph-balanced foam cleanser.

TeachesOfPeaches Tue 27-Oct-20 21:44:01

Micella water. Removes make up, including eye make up and feels fresh

QueenPaws Tue 27-Oct-20 21:56:19

Not micellar water, its the biggest con and should be cleaned off!
Would she use a gel/balm with a hot flannel?
If not then something like boots botanics lotion cleanser would work

FlyingByTheSeatof Tue 27-Oct-20 23:01:26

Nothing wrong with micellar water. I use bioderma and my DD uses garnier or simple bioderma.
We also use other cleanser that require water and a flannel.
I suggest your DD uses something like Cerave SA every time she showers though as a face wash.

FlyingByTheSeatof Tue 27-Oct-20 23:02:14

* garnier or simple micellar water

WeeM Tue 27-Oct-20 23:07:12

I think it’s really hard to remove make up with just a cleanser on a cotton pad. I use the body shop camomile balm and it’s amazing at removing make up. Use it with their soft flannel and you just need to wipe it off. No need to actually wash face with soap and water type thing (I find that a faff too at night!)

KittyWindbag Wed 28-Oct-20 01:59:06

If she’s wearing makeup she absolutely needs to be washing her face thoroughly and that involves water and a proper cleanse. She ought to double cleanse ideally - something oily to loosen the makeup then something mild and or foaming to remove with hot cloth and water. Micelles won’t cut it.

PurpleSneakers Wed 28-Oct-20 06:22:09

Avene extremely gentle cleanser would be perfect. Use it twice - once to remove makeup and second to clean your DD’s skin. I have used this for years!

PurpleSneakers Wed 28-Oct-20 06:23:55

BTW I have acne prone and oily skin and it has settled it right down.

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