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    Default A good non-medicated cleanser?

    I have oily skin, very prone to breakouts, so I like to use a toner in the mornings, but all the cleansers I have are anti-acne ones, and I am worried about overloading my skin with medicated products, so I want a nice cleanser that I can use, which has a minimal amount of such products in it. Anybody know of a good one? I just read on of Paula Begoun's reviews and she recommended Clinique's Comforting Cream Cleanser. Has anybody tried that at all?

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    Default Re: A good non-medicated cleanser?

    I use an emu oil soap, got it from my local health food store. there's a goats milk one that is pretty good as well.

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    I use this the Nicea facial scrub for men to scrape off all the dead crap, then this stuff to sizzle another layer off:

    http://mensfashion.about.com/gi/dyna...D2%26subid%3D0

    It's fantastic! My skin looks 10 years younger after a week of that routine. Cap it off with Biotherm Homme aqua thermal moisturizer and i'm set.
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    All natural products I use, they are wonderful.


    http://www.naturalalchemist.com/index.shtml

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    I actually find Clinique products to be harsh on the skin. Their toner for oily skin is like pure alcohol, it stings.

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    Default Re: A good non-medicated cleanser?

    That's because it is alcohol! SD-40 I think, gross eh?

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    I like Cetaphil cleanser, but I'm a cheap $#@! so I usually buy the Equate version from Walmart. It's very mild and leaves my skin feeling so soft, HTH!

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    Default Re: A good non-medicated cleanser?

    ^ I was gonna say the same thing! Yesterday I got a peel, which was more intense than the ones I've gotten before. They gave me Cetaphil cleanser and lotion to use for the next few days. I'm sure it's very mild as my face is pretty well fried. She also told me I could use Dove.

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    i used to love cetaphil, i stopped using it though, it started drying my skin out (weirdly enough) and kinda left a film, as well as a lot of dead skin.

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    Default Re: A good non-medicated cleanser?

    Currently I am using Environ's Gel Cleanser which is quite good, especially for acne prone skin.

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