Dead Skin Cells,What cleanser to clean/remove gently?

Hello guys. Im having a real major problem with my skin. Everytime I wash my face, I can see A LOT of dead skin cells still clinging onto my skin.

My skin is really sensitive to cleansers and I have tried a lot of products.
Are there any super sensitive cleansers for sensitive skin types that completely remove all dead skin cells on the face without overdrying and irritating the skin?

Please no proactive or anything that has irritating chemicals in it.

Please help me guys.

Thanks

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4 thoughts on “Dead Skin Cells,What cleanser to clean/remove gently?

  1. Welcome to Clearskin :wave :wave :wave !!!Have you tried baking soda? Baking soda is a great, gentle exfoliatant that can really help. Just mix it with some water and rub it gently in. It will probably make your face red for a little bit, but it should be okay in a little bit. Tell us how it works for you!

  2. Hmm, I will recommend ClearSkin blackhead cleanser, which is salycilic acid and doesn’t dry out my face either. Works quiet well.

  3. There was a girl on an acne board with very sensitive skin who swore by using oatmeal to cleanse her face. You can grind up some oatmeal in a little grinder or blender and use it as a scrub. I think she would put some oatmeal in a little cheesecloth pouch, wet it, and then wash her face with it. (You can get cheesecloth at some stores that sell cooking items.) I’ve been using Dr. Hauschka’s Cleansing Cream which contains almond meal. They advise not to rub or scrub but to work it in with a “rolling and pressing” motion for 3-5 minutes morning and evening for acneic skin (shorter time for sensitive and dry skin). I haven’t felt the need to use a stronger exfoliant — it seems to do the trick. You can read about it at:

    http://www.drhauschka.com/products/face/cleansing/cleansing_cream_fr.html

    Their products do contain oils, but they’re very good quality natural oils and my skin has generally been doing quite well on the Dr. Hauschka line (about 2-1/2 months now).

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