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Good Clean Fun: Your Skincare Fix

WASHING your face should be the single most important part of your day. Clean skin is happy skin after all. We all use different products to get the job done, but if you’re in the market for a new cleanser, be it foam, balm, milk or oil-based, we’re making it simple for you to find ‘The One’.

Fresh Farmacy Facial Soap: R102, LUSH

EVERY ingredient is carefully selected for its gentleness on the skin including chamomile, elderflower, calamine and lavender, this is nature at its kindest. In order to make this soap gentle enough to use on your face, as well as your body, LUSH took out some of the soap base and replaced it with essential oils: chamomile blue oil is soothing on the skin, lavender oil calms the mind, tea tree oil is a mild antiseptic and rose absolute is good for restoring balance to the skin.

Fresh Pressed Renewing Powder Cleanser: R425, Clinique

AN ultrafine powder that activates with water, the Fresh Pressed Cleanser makes for an exhilarating cleansing experience that delivers visible benefits. Instantly skin is awakened and purified, with a refined texture and brighter look. The formula is non-drying and non-stripping that is gentle enough for use each morning.

Clarity Active Cleanse: R315, Lamelle

A soap-free bubble cleanser that has hydrating ingredients to combat dryness, while still thoroughly cleansing skin of all impurities and oils. The product contains salicylic acid, so the exfoliation and de-congestion process starts with Clarity Active Cleanse. Anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial ingredients have also been included in the unique formulation of which initiates healing and treatment just by cleansing.

Liquid Laser Cleansing Oil: R638, Alpha-H

SPECIFICALLY designed to brighten dull, dehydrated and lacklustre skin, this high performance make-up remover and moisturising cleansing oil boasts antioxidant-rich Ferulic Acid, skin brightening White Mulberry and beautifying Hibiscus. Liquid Laser Cleansing Oil is a lightly textured formula designed to remove even the most stubborn face and eye make-up and assists in expelling impurities, whilst balancing the skin’s natural pH leaving the whole complexion looking visibly more radiant and youthful.

Sebiaclear Purifying And Exfoliating Soap-Free Cleanser Gel: R185, SVR

FORMULATED with a concentrated combination of gluconolactone, salicylic acid and niacinamide to help wash away the germs, excess oils and impurities that cause spots, Sebiaclear Soap-Free Cleanser leaves skin looking clean and matte. It can be used on both the face and body.


Silky Soft Cleansing Milk: R375, By Estelle & Thild, Skins Cosmetics

TREAT the skin with a silky smooth blend of nourishing organic ingredients. This comforting cleansing milk is developed to nourish dry skin while melting away make-up and impurities. The milky formula is infused with Black Elderflower to comfort and purify skin.

Gentle Cleansing Cloths: R138.97, Cetaphil

WE all have those days when we just don’t feel like cleansing. Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleansing Cloths will leave skin feeling fresh and clean without drying out, stripping skin of its natural protective oils or emollients or disturbing its natural pH balance. The mild, soap-free formula cleanses without causing irritation. Perfect for when you’re on the go.

Precleanse: R630, Dermalogica

DEEP-cleansing oil melts impurities and make-up from skin. As the first step in a double cleanse routine, PreCleanse thoroughly melts away layers of excess sebum (oil), sunscreen, waterproof make-up, pollutants and products that build up on skin, allowing your cleanser to penetrate even further.




I am Beauty Editor at People Magazine and a make-up artist. I have worked with many celebrities, including, Phumeza Mdaba, Boity, Zuraida Jardine and Rolene Strauss. I always knew I would work in magazines, as I grew up in publishing (my parents are publishers). When I’m not writing beauty or following my passion for make-up, I can be found reading and spending time with family and friends. I am also a tea-lover

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