5 cleansers to covet, including Khloe Kardashian’s favourite

Out of the gutter and into the cleanser, here’s our Top 5…

You’re either one of two men when it comes to your skincare routine: you cleanse, tone, moisturise, serum, cream, lather and everything in between, or you slap a bit of face wash on when you’re feeling spicy and you’re good to go.

Transitioning into a new season is the perfect time to add this step to your routine, so here are five of our cult favourites to transform the appearance of your skin.

Kiehl’s Blue Herbal Gel Cleanser – Buy now

It’s the Kardashian favourite and at £18 a bottle it’s something we can get on board with too (and afford). The Kiehl’s blue herbal gel cleanser contains salicylic acid to cleanse pores and deal with breakouts.

Khloe uses hers after every workout to ensure her pores don’t clog and to leave her skin feeling clean and “tight” (her words).

Elemis Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm – Buy now

Awarded the Best Beauty Award by Stylist magazine for 2017, the Elemis pro-collagen cleansing balm is nearing cult beauty status. Massaged into the skin and then gently wiped with a hot cloth it breaks down dirt and daily pollutants leaving skin beautifully smooth.

Alternatively use it as a weekly mask in between your current routine.

Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser – Buy now

The multi-award-winning Liz Earle cleanse and polish, hot cloth cleanser contains “cocoa butter to soften, smooth and moisturise, and rosemary, chamomile and eucalyptus to tone, soothe and purify” and even removes makeup as well as daily grime.

See the video for perfect application – Watch here

Aesop Fabulous Face Cleanser – Buy now

The Aesop Fabulous Face Cleanser is derived from olives and is gentle enough that it won’t strip sensitive skin, but will wash away dirt and grime whilst restoring skins natural balance.

Plus the bottle is super chic to have on the side of the sink.

Clinique Anti-Blemish Solutions Cleansing Gel – Buy now

For those of you who are prone to a breakout or two then this cleansing gel from Clinique contains salicylic acid, and with continued use will reduce acne and help to clear skin. Winner.



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