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Your first step in good skincare is cleansing. Necessary in terms of hygiene and health, cleansing is often a common cause of problems. The harsher the cleanser, the greater risk. Ingredients do play a very critical role in whether a cleanser is considered mild, however, a very important factor in determining the mildness of a cleanser is the pH, which is seldom published and often overlooked. Most products recommended for sensitive skin have a considerable irritation effect, which is related to the high pH of the product. Numerous studies show that a cleanser with a pH close to that of the skin (5.5 pH) is less damaging and irritating to the skin than a cleanser with a 9 pH or higher.  

pH of some common popular cleansers what's the big deal? 

Guidelines for choosing the right cleanser


  • Lelexo Renui Exfoliating Scrub

  • Renu Exfoliating Scrub 8.5 oz

  • Dr. Pickart Bar Cleanser 4 oz.

  • BP  Granular Cleanser 8 oz

  • DianaYvonne Rose Hip Seed Cleanser 4 or 8 oz

  • Lelexo Mandelic Acid Wash/Cleanser

  • DianaYvonne AHA (alpha hydroxy acid) Cleanser

  • Wheat Germ Cleanser 8  oz

  • Alpha Beta Cleanser 8 oz

  • Dr. Pickart's Liquid Cleanser 8 oz.