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Top 5 Cleansers for Acne and Blemish-Prone Skin

Here are my top 5 cleansers for acne and blemish prone skin ranging from various types, prices, brands and textures. For more information on how to treat acne and blemishes, read my Acne Skin Care Guide here!

1. Zelens Z Detox Clarifying Foaming Cleanser

This has been my latest favourite and well into my second bottle already. The Zelens Foaming Cleanser has the perfect amount of light-weight but workable foam that comes from the super-light liquid and foaming pump bottle. It harnesses a whole host of naturally derived but potent compounds. Read the full review here.

Z Detox Clarifying Foaming Cleanser. Zelens Online. £48

2. Aesop Parsley Seed Cleanser

Great for detoxifying the skin formulated with brightening liquorice root; blackcurrant seed; calming lavender; hydrating jojoba and gently exfoliating lactic acid. Great for gently and effectively cleansing blemish-prone skin. Read the full review here.

Aesop Parsley Seed Facial Cleanser. Aesop. From £25.

3. Clinique for Men Charcoal Face Wash

Charcoal is one of my favourite ingredients that’s currently making the beauty industry rounds. It’s the best thing for pulling dirt, debris, bacteria and general crap from your skin. The Clinique for Men Charcoal Face Wash is loaded with it and makes for a very satisfying cleanse! Read the full review here.

Clinique For Men Charcoal Face Wash. Clinique Online. £18. Free Delivery.

4. Clinique Anti-Blemish Solutions Cleansing Gel

This hits the nail on the head really. For face and for body, the Anti-Blemish Solutions Cleansing Gel contains all the ingredients needed to help attack blemishes whilst maintaining good skin health. It feels great on the skin and doesn’t feel drying. Read the full review here.

Clinique Anti-Blemish Solutions Cleansing Gel. Clinique Online. £18. Free delivery.

5. TOM FORD For Men Face Cleanser

A really good all-rounder, not just for acne and blemish prone skin, but for all skin types. It features TOM FORD’s purifying and skin calming complexes! For £35, this goes a very, very, very, very long way and you’ll be gobsmacked with the tiny little wipe of the tube-tip you need! Read the full review here.

TOM FORD For Men Face Cleanser. John Lewis. £35.

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Harvey Specter
Posted at 19:05 June 12, 2016
James
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Jack Black’s Deep Dive Glycolic Cleanser is also a superb choice!

    Harvey Specter
    Posted at 11:40 June 13, 2016
    Thom Watson
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    Ooh, I’ve not used Jack Black in a while! Thanks for the recommendation James, I’ll check in on the brand and put a selection together in the near future! T :)

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