CeraVe $22 oil cleanser people can't get enough of: 'Amazing'

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CeraVe's Hydrating Foaming Oil Cleanser
CeraVe's Hydrating Foaming Oil Cleanser is getting rave reviews. Credit: Chemist Warehouse

Skincare can be expensive, so when people find great affordable options, they love to shout about. 

Which is why there's so much buzz about CeraVe's new oil cleanser. At just $21.99, the Hydrating Foaming Oil Cleanser is wallet-friendly, as well as skin friendly. 

"This product by CeraVe was absolutely amazing on my skin," says one user. "I'm very happy with the results," says another. 

The cleanser is for people with normal to very dry skin as well as baby and allergy-prone skin.

It was developed with dermatologists, to cleanse and replenish moisture levels in the skin for all day hydration. It transforms from oil to foam when put on damp skin, which removes dirt and impurities without stripping the skin's barrier.

It contains hyaluronic acid to help lock in moisture, and niacinamide to help nourish and repair the skin. It also has a combination of triglycerides and plant derived squalane oils which help replenish the skin’s natural lipids after cleansing, boosting it's hydrating effect.

"It’s a lovely cleanser, well worth your money, and I’m very happy to have it on my face," says beauty blogger Matt Huxley on his @infirmofpurpose_skincare account.

 Matt Huxley on his @infirmofpurpose_skincare account.
Skincare reviewer Matt Huxley @infirmofpurpose_skincare loves the cleanser

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Those who've used it love the hydration aspect of the product, with many saying it not only cleansed their skin well, but left it glowing. "I highly recommend this cleanser if you want soft glowing skin after using it," says one user. "Once I had been using this cleanser for a week I was obsessed!" says another. "It might be my fave CeraVe product now," says another.

According to the experts, oil-based cleaners remove excess oil on your face while water-based cleansers get rid of dirt that can clog up your pores. 

We've listed some other oil-based cleansers below:

Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Replenishing Cleansing Oil - $65

Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Replenishing Cleansing Oil
Elizabeth Arden Ceramide Replenishing Cleansing Oil - $65

Avène Xeracalm Cleansing Oil - $35.99

Avène Xeracalm Cleansing Oil
Avène Xeracalm Cleansing Oil - $35.99

Pixi Pink Salt Cleansing Oil - $46

Pixi Pink Salt Cleansing Oil
Pixi Pink Salt Cleansing Oil - $46

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