I have combination to oily skin, so these facial cleansers would most likely not do any good for you if you have dry skin.
I have used all products except the cetaphil cleanser but so many other beauty bloggers have given great reviews about that.
They are all drug store products, ergo they are pocket friendly, ranging from N4000-N7500 and a bottle of any should last between 5 weeks and 8 weeks depending on how you use it.
All 5 products listed below are great brands, however my favourite is Clean & Clear’s morning burst skin brightening facial cleanser(lemon & papaya infused), it not only helps control acne but it also brightens your skin and it is oil free.
My second favourite would be Dr. Organic’s Tea Tree Face Wash-with witch hazel, mandarin oil, aloe vera-, it missed the top spot because it has a pungent smell and it is probably one of the hardest things to find in Lagos. If you can endure the smell and can find a place to buy regularly, this cleanser is perfect for you.
Salicylic acid is great for acne prone skin, so if you break out heavily, you might want to go with Neutrogena’s deep clean facial cleanser or Garnier’s pure active daily cleansing wash, as those are the only two with salicylic acid.
While if you have extremely sensitive skin, I advise you to go with Dr Organic’s Tea Tree face wash or Cetaphil’s gentle face cleanser.
Remember to tone and moisturise afterwards, and feel free to throw in a face serum and a face oil if you want to be extra. Also, click here to read the underrated secrets for flawless skin everyone ignores.
Have you tried any of these products? Share your experience in the comment box below.
Neutrogena Deep Clean Facial Cleanser
Clean & Clear Morning Burst Skin Brightening Facial Cleanser
Cetaphil Gentle Face Cleanser
Dr Organics Tea Tree Face Wash
Garnier Pure Active Daily Cleansing Wash