From re­mov­ing blackheads to be­ing gen­tle on fake lashes, cleansers in this genre, like ev­ery­thing else now, have be­come spe­cial­ists.

Herworld (Singapore) - - HW MAY 2018 -

They’re so spe­cialised, one is made to clean falsies gently.

For Oily Skin

Shu Ue­mura Pore­fin­ist2 Sakura Re­fresh­ing Cleans­ing Oil is de­signed to help un­clog pores, pre­vent stub­born blackheads, and reg­u­late oil pro­duc­tion over time. $50-$115

For Eye­lash ex­ten­sion Users

Fancl’s up­dated MCO Mild Cleans­ing Oil, in its ninth edi­tion, cleans ev­ery­thing – without re­mov­ing the glue that holds real lashes to fake ones. $30

For City Liv­ing

Three Cleans­ing Oil is for­mu­lated to re­move pol­lu­tants such as par­tic­u­late mat­ter. It also ex­fo­li­ates mildly and helps to detox­ify skin. $68

For Sen­si­tive/ sen­si­tised Skin

Su:m37 Skin Saver Es­sen­tial Clear Cleans­ing Oil helps calm skin that’s prone to red­ness and itch­i­ness. $67

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