If you're anything like me and tend to get lazy once in a while (at the least) when it comes to washing your face at night, you need something simple. Besides micellar water or face wipes, these 4 facial cleansers shown below tend to work great as a one step process. If I don't feel like going in with my regimen, I'll literally just use one of these cleansers to remove my makeup and generally cleanse and tone my oily/combo skin.
From left to right:
CocoKind Organic Facial Cleansing Oil
• This feels a little heavier on my face, which I don't mind in the winter. After I use this to cleanse my face, my skin feels thoroughly moisturized and almost like I applied a face oil/serum to my skin, so I end up skipping my moisturizer. You can probably skip a moisturizer if you have combo/dry skin as well when using this. I also like that it's all natural.
Ole Henriksen African Red Tea Foaming Cleanser
• The foamy texture of this cleanser feels really refreshing and it smells really good. It has a sweet orange/candyish scent, which I really enjoy. My skin feels very smooth after I use this. In the summer, I can actually skip my moisturizer, but in the winter it's moisturizing enough for me to use just a lightweight one.
Glossier Milky Jelly Cleanser
• This is actually one of my all-year round favorites. I can literally use it any time of year and it will still keep my skin super clean yet super moisturized. It melts my makeup right off and gently cleanses my skin. I can usually skip a moisturizer if I'm too lazy and my skin is just fine.
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Belif Creamy Cleansing Foam Moist
• A little goes a long way with this cleanser. All I need is a pea size amount and it foams up perfectly. It's very moisturizing and I've only used it in the winter so far and can admit that it's sufficient to skip a moisturizer if you have oily/combo skin. Also, it's Korea's #1 skincare brand and I totally have to agree--it's definitely one of the better Korean skincare brands I've tried.
There you have it--one step cleansers for when you're too tired.