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Sensitive Skin Soap-Free, SLS-Free Cleansers and Toner - Hypoallergenic

Cleure soap-free sensitive skin cleansers are formulated and proven to help remove skin impurities, oil and makeup without harsh soap ingredients, such as sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS). Our SLS-free face wash, cleanser, and toner for sensitive skin are gentle enough for all skin types.

It's recommended you perform a Self Patch Test, before trying any new product or consult with your dermatologist or allergist.
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Cleanser for Combination Skin Glycerin Face/Body SLS Free Bar Soap

Unscented with Oatmeal

Price $4.95
Face Wash for Sensitive Oily Skin Face & Body Wash - Oily Skin, SLS Free

Oily skin 3-in-1: face, body & hand wash

Price $10.00
Toner for Sensitive Skin Toner - alcohol-free for sensitive skin

Great for acne prone skin

Price $17.00
Face Wash for Dry Sensitive Skin Cleanser: Dry Sensitive Skin Lotion Cleanser

Cleans and softens without irritation

Price $18.00

How to Use Alcohol Free Toner for Sensitive Skin

Toners are often misunderstood and most people don't know why or how to use it. As part of a daily skin care routine, an alcohol-free toner following your face cleanser, helps to remove excess dirt, correct and balance the pH of your skin, and helps control acne. By helping to clean and close pores, it's specially beneficial for acne-prone skin.

Here are the basic steps of how to use an alcohol free toner for sensitive skin:

  • Start by cleaning your face with a gentle cleanser for sensitive skin suited for your skin type. Choose one free of harsh detergents, such as sodium lauryl sulfate and fragrance.
  • Dampen a cotton ball with the alcohol-free toner, and apply it on your face.
  • Allow it to dry.
  • If you have combination or oily skin, you can use alcohol-free toner at day and night. For dry skin, it's best to only use it once a day at night time.
  • Always follow with moisturizer for your skin type.

What You Should Know About Cleansers and Toners

If you have sensitive skin, what you use as a cleanser and toner can make a major impact. Sensitive skin conditions are reported to dermatologists, with millions of people complaining of various reactions with products they used to use. Healthy, youthful, beautiful skin starts with washing your sensitive skin with the right cleanser.

It's important to find a gentle soap-free cleanser and alcohol-free toner for sensitive skin that won't strip your skin of vital nutrients and natural oils. Your skin type should determine which cleanser you should use. Toners for sensitive skin should always be alcohol-free.

Dermatologists agree certain ingredients are irritating to sensitive skin and may cause problems. Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) is one such ingredient added to cleansers and bar soaps. This foaming chemical is actually a harsh detergent and may be too irritating for your sensitive skin. Opt for an SLS-free/soap-free cleanser that is preferably free of plant ingredients. Plants or botanicals, herbal extracts, and essential oils often have side effects. Remember most medicinal drugs are derived from plants.

Make sure to wash your face with a soap-free cleanser at night to remove build-up debris, makeup and pollutants. A morning cleanse can also help your skin be fresh and ready for makeup and the day. Always remember to follow with a fragrance-free moisturizer for sensitive skin.

Never use very hot or very cold water to rinse. A lukewarm temperature feels more comfortable on the skin and is preferred. Extremes of water temperature may cause broken capillaries. Always dry your skin with a soft cloth and don't rub but gently dab to dry.

For more helpful information on how to take care of your skin, read Simple Skin Care Tips for Sensitive Skin.