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Natural Face Cleanser

The Best Organic Face Wash & Natural Face Cleanser
Start the day off right with a natural face cleanser from our selection of organic face wash and all-natural face soap products. Keep your pores clean and your skin clearer than ever before with our incredible range of the globe's best natural face cleansers and organic makeup removers! Whatever your skin type, we have the best facial cleanser featuring organic and all-natural ingredients, including a wide range of vegan cleansers for your face. Don't resort to harsh, artificial ingredients that can potentially harm your skin. Use natural face wash products from Nourished Life today!

All Natural Face Wash For Sensitive Skin
Find the best facial cleanser for your needs and skin type on Nourished Life. Our extensive range of gentle essential oil cleansers is excellent for those with dry, sensitive or mature skin. Our range of foaming gel cleansers features powerful yet gentle organic ingredients making them ideal for oily and combination skin types. Browse our selection of natural face wash for dry, sensitive skin, natural skin cleansers for oily skin, natural makeup removers for acne-prone skin and more from incredible brands such as Andalou Naturals, Biologi, Dr Haushka and our very own Life Basics by Nourished Life.

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Popular Q&A's for facial cleansers

1. How often should I cleanse my face?
You should aim to cleanse your face morning and night. In the morning, cleansing will remove any oil or sweat that accumulated overnight, as well any traces of the rich or active products you applied before bed. Plus, it's a revitalising way to start your day. Your evening cleanse is even more important. It lifts off your makeup and any oil, grime or other pollution that may be sitting on your face, leaving you with a clean canvas. It also preps your skin for your nighttime skincare products, so they can work their magic while you sleep.

2. What type of cleanser should I use for my sensitive skin?
Opt for a cream, milk, gel or oil cleanser. These formulas are gentle on the skin, and will deeply cleanse and remove the bacteria that clogs pores and causes breakouts without causing irritation. Try to avoid foaming cleansers — they may be too drying for your sensitive skin. If you're wearing makeup, you could use micellar water to remove your makeup before reaching for one of those lightweight cleansers.

3. Do I still need a facial cleanser if I use makeup wipes?
Yes. While makeup wipes are great for removing foundation, bronzer and other heavier products, they don't really remove all of the grit and grime that may have built up on your face during the day. If you're a fan of makeup wipes, treat them as the first step of your skincare routine. To properly cleanse your skin, rinse your face after using a makeup wipe, and then follow up with a cleanser.

4. What is double cleansing and how do I do it?
Have you ever washed your face, only to pat it with a towel and still see makeup? That's when double cleansing comes in. Double cleansing involves cleansing your skin twice in the evening. It's suitable for all skin types, and especially helpful for those with oily or acne-prone skin. Using a cleansing oil, balm, cloth or micellar water, the first cleanse removes makeup and surface oil, dirt and grime. To get the best results, massage the product in, focusing on any oily or congested areas of your face, like around the nose. The second cleanse is done using a regular cream, gel or milk cleanser. It clears your pores, lifts bacteria, and gives your skin the deep-clean it deserves.

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