Let me guess: It's cold, the indoor heater has kicked in, and your face is getting more parched by the second. Solution: Switch to a new cleanser.
Cetaphil Gentle Skin Cleanser, $12, gets rid of dirt and oil but doesn't disturb your natural moisture. It's fragrance-free and perfect for sensitive types.
Clarins Extra Comfort Cleansing Cream, $40 is made with plant-based goodies, like shea butter, jojoba, and palm oil, so it's ideal for really dry complexions.
Shu Uemura Cleansing Beauty Oil Premium, $32 has soothing chamomile and licorice root, and won't make your skin feel tight.
Neutrogena Extra Gentle Cleanser, $6.49, is an oldie but a goodie. It adds moisture to your skin, and has chamomile and vitamin E to help calm down freaked-out complexions.
Clinique Redness Solutions Soothing Cleanser, $20.50 has glycerin, which attracts water into the skin, caffeine to combat irritation, and oat extract to soothe.Another beauty editor's secret? If your skin is still super-dry, don't wash your face in the morning. Instead, refresh skin with a cleansing cloth infused with aloe or vitamin E. I swear, it works.
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