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Good night time face wash?

Asked by kb12345 (432points) July 26th, 2011 from iPhone

I don’t have terrible skin but I do tend to break out here in there in areas like chin, forehead ect. What would be a good face wash for night time/before bed that won’t make me break out or that will actually help my break outs?

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SamIAm's avatar

I use Cetaphil and love it… I still get occasional break outs but it’s hormonal. Another face wash I’ve always liked is the classic Neutrogena (the one that looks a lil like Dial soap). I also swear by baby wipes for removing make up and quick clean ups throughout the day.

Cruiser's avatar

Ivory soap.

Anemone's avatar

Earth Science A-D-E Cleanser is the one I use. It’s very mild but effective.

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SoulEscape's avatar

Watch this vid ! It’s a natural product you can make at home, but it’s works wonders. It moisturizes your skin AND takes away the dead skin cells :) Use 3 times a week, or every other day. Enjoy :)

Here is the link :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zAF9PPhnatU

MissAusten's avatar

I’ve been using the Clinique 3 Step Skin Care line for years. Face soap, clarifying lotion, and moisturizer. There are different formulas depending on skin type. It’s pricier than what you’d buy at the local drug store, but the products do last a long time.

GladysMensch's avatar

Don’t forget to regularly change your pillow case. Your face is in contact with your pillow case for hours at a time. A clean case will greatly reduce breakouts.

lonelydragon's avatar

Neutrogena Oil Free Face wash is good for mild acne.

ella_brown21's avatar

I follow a proses in regular basis .First I clean my face by cleanser then I use face wash after that I use moisturizer. everyday I do same thing before going to bed. I use a brand Lakme.You can try this .

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