If you have redness
Best facial wash: Cleansing water
How it works: Long popular in Asia, this suds-free wash is making a splash stateside. “Most are infused with anti-inflammatory minerals, like selenium, to tone down redness from rosacea,” says Mona Gohara, MD, associate clinical professor of dermatology at Yale University. Meanwhile, the micellar technology—micelles are tiny groups of molecules that surround the cleansing agent and deliver it evenly across skin—prevents too much product from landing on one spot and causing irritation. Use this as you would a toner; apply with a cotton pad, no need to rinse.
One to try: Perricone MD Blue Plasma Cleansing Treatment ($39; sephora.com) nixes dirt and grime, not skin’s natural oils.
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