While it can be worth spending a lot of money on topical leave-in products with potent active ingredients such as antioxidants and retinoids, dermatologists agree that there is no point in spending a lot of money on a cleanser. “Cleanser is not a place to spend money.” Shanev Zhanniton, MD, a board-certified oculo-facial plastic surgeon previously reported to Well + Good. “By all means, the pharmacy has excellent cleaning products, so you can keep your coins there.”
Of course, you want to choose a cleanser depending on what your complexion needs. If you have a more oily complexion, use a cleansing gel. If you have a dry or sensitive complexion, choose a cream or gel based. And if you don’t know which to choose, we are here to help you. Consumers seem to have caught on to the fact that some of the best cleansers come in inexpensive bottles because Google’s best things list- which is selected based on what people are looking for and buying – consists entirely of inexpensive facial cleansers. Keep scrolling to buy them yourself.
Best cleaning products under $ 12 from Google
First Aid Beauty Pure Skin Facial Cleanser – $ 11.00
Composed of aloe, allantoin and glycerin, this gentle cleanser will remove dirt and grime without damaging your skin. Its moisturizing properties make it a great choice for dry skin, and it will add a pleasant moisturizing base before you apply it to your rest of your treatments.
Tula Facial Cleanser Cult Classic Cleanser – $ 11.00
It is not for nothing that this cleanser has acquired the status of a “cult classic”. It has a light gel texture and completely cleanses the skin without peeling it off. It is formulated with proprietary probiotics and superfoods to keep your complexion nourished and balanced after every wash and rinse.