The best winter facial cleansers for supermodel-worthy skin

EVER since I discovered oil-based cleansers, I have been devoted to the double cleanse method.

Perhaps the single most skin-improving treatment in my own regime has been using an oil or balm to remove makeup first before finishing off with an anti-bacterial face wash.

Not only are oil-based cleansers the most effective at removing even the most stubborn mascaras and foundations, they are highly moisturising and gentle on the skin.
With the winter air already starting to wreak havoc on our skin, it’s time to change up your cleanser.

Skincare expert and facialist Daiva Kamysova said: “Cold wind and rain during the winter months often wreaks havoc with our skin. The change in seasons are a great time to start using a richer cleanser, choosing milky consistency with peptides to prevent ageing and deeply hydrate skin.

“If you have oily skin or acne, look for a cleanser with hyaluronic acid to normalise oil production and to kill bacteria.

“If you have mature, dry or pigmented skin, look for a cleanser with lactic acid which works to brighten and hydrate skin for a dewy glow.”

Here’s my list of the best luxury cleansers to keep you skin looking fresh and dewy during the cold snap.

Frances Prescott TRI-BALM
IF you’re a seasoned traveller who hates the frustrating spillage of regular cleansers, this handy cleansing stick is perfect for on the go.

Simply push up the solid-stick balm and pop all over the face to melt away makeup in an instant.

This luxurious three-in-one cleanser, moisturiser and exfoliator is the perfect skincare multi-tasker and ideal for popping in your toiletry bag.

The wax-like formula eradicates every last scrap of makeup and can be washed or tissued off to reveal plump-looking, moisturised skin.

Hyaluronic acid locks in moisture as antioxidants vitamin E and blackcurrant neutralise free radicals to protect.

Not only is this a cleanser, exfoliator and moisturiser in one, it’s can also be used as a fantastic intensive overnight masque.

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