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Cult faves: 10 skin care cleansing products

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Cult faves: 10 skin care cleansing products

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Cult faves: 10 skin care cleansing products

Cult faves: Erno Laszlo Sea Mud Deep Cleansing Bar

Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and Jackie Kennedy were all patients of Hungarian dermatologist Erno Laszlo. His famous “black soap,” the Sea Mud Deep Cleansing Bar ($52), launched in 1927 and is still a classic today. Erno Laszlo Sea Mud Deep Cleansing Bar ($52), available at select Holt Renfrews. 5 reasons to skip your morning face wash

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Cult faves: 10 skin care cleansing products

Cult faves: Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser

Formulated by a Canadian pharmacist in 1947, Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser is recommended by more dermatologists than any other brand. Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser ($18), available at drugstores and mass-market retailers. Skin care: The lazy girl's guide to winter skin

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Cult faves: 10 skin care cleansing products

Cult faves: Garnier Clean + Nourishing Cleansing Oil

Easily dissolves makeup, dirt and sebum, no wonder this is popular amongst those who have dry skin or wearers of oil-based makeup. Garnier Clean + Nourishing Cleansing Oil ($11), available at drugstores and mass-market retailers. Best skin care products: Cleansing waters

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Cult faves: 10 skin care cleansing products

Cult faves: Clarisonic Aria Cleansing System

Brushes made from: A polyester filament. Cleans with: Oscillating movements. Speed: 300 movements per second. Maintenance: Replace brush heads every three months. Options: Multiple speeds, timer and interchangeable brush heads, depending on skin type. Best for: Deep cleansing and product absorption (because the Clarisonic cleans six times better than using your hands alone). “Studies have shown that it allows for the enhanced absorption of topical products like vitamin C,” says dermatologist Mark Lupin. Clarisonic Aria Cleansing System $230, available at clarisonic.ca and Sephora, sephora.ca. Skin care: 10 pore minimizing products

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Cult faves: 10 skin care cleansing products

Cult faves: Simple Cleansing Facial Wipes

New to Canada, Simple Cleansing Facial Wipes are the top-selling cleansing product in the United Kingdom, where a package is sold every five seconds. Simple Cleansing Facial Wipes ($8), available at drugstores and mass-market retailers. Skin care: The 7 best cleansing wipes

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Cult faves: 10 skin care cleansing products

Cult faves: Philosophy Miracle Worker Miraculous Anti-Aging Lactic Cleanser & Mask

Containing lactic acid, which is the highest natural moisturizing factor, beauty gurus are turning to this product for the ultimate facial cleanse. Philosophy Miracle Worker Miraculous Anti-Aging Lactic Cleanser & Mask ($45), at Sephora, sephora.ca; select Hudson’s Bay locations, the bay.com; Shoppers Drug Mart. 10 best anti aging skin products

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Cult faves: 10 skin care cleansing products

Cult faves: Eve Lom Cleanser

Celebrity facialist Eve Lom introduced her award-winning eponymous cleanser ($55) 25 years ago, igniting the cleansing-balm craze that continues to this day. Eve Lom Cleanser ($55), available at Murale, murale.ca. How to detox your skin care routine

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Cult faves: 10 skin care cleansing products

Cult faves: Bioderma Sensibio H2O Micelle Solution

A bottle of Bioderma Sensibio H2O Micelle Solution ($21.95), the original and still most popular micellar cleanser, is sold around the world every six seconds. Bioderma Sensibio H2O Micelle Solution ($21.95), available at drugstores and mass-market retailers; Murale, murale.ca. Anti aging skin care at every age

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Cult faves: 10 skin care cleansing products

Cult faves: The Body Shop Camomile Sumptuous Cleansing Balm

This balm melts away makeup (contains olive oil and sunflower seed oil) without stripping the skin’s moisture, making it a favourite amongst those with dry and sensitive skin. The Body Shop Camomile Sumptuous Cleansing Balm ($16), available at The Body Shop, thebodyshop.ca. Gentle cleansers for sensitive skin

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Cult faves: 10 skin care cleansing products

Cult faves: Luna

Brushes made from: Non-porous silicone. Cleans with: Sonic pulses. Speed: 8,000 pulses per minute. Maintenance: No replacement brush heads required. Options: Models for sensitive/normal skin, combination skin or ultra-sensitive skin. Best for: Acne (silicone doesn’t absorb and is resistant to bacteria buildup) and anti-aging. “Lower-frequency pulses go deep below the skin’s surface to help smooth the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles,” says Antonius Hanegraff, brand manager for Luna.  Luna ($229), available at Sephora, sephora.ca. 12 best toners for every skin type

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Cult faves: 10 skin care cleansing products

Cult faves: Bioré Deep Pore Charcoal Cleanser

Bioré Deep Pore Charcoal Cleanser ($10), available at drugstores and mass-market retailers. Clear skin: 10 best acne treatments

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