Hyalure Soap Free Skin Cleanser Review
Want to try gentle cleansers that everyone raves about, but find that international products are simply too pricey? You’re in for a treat: the Hyalure Skin Cleanser is a local dermatologist-formulated gentle facial wash that is perfect for dry and sensitive skin. In this review, we’ll take a closer look at its benefits, formulation, and ingredients.
About the Hyalure Soap-Free Skin Cleanser
Unlike acne-prone complexions, having an easily irritated or dry complexion isn’t always so apparent. I used to think I had normal skin because I never had any terrible breakouts. I only used whatever face washes, toners, and moisturizers I could find without so much as looking at the ingredients list.
If you’re like me, and you eventually noticed that your face became more irritated certain products, it might be time to switch to a gentle cleanser. The Hyalure Soap Free Skin Cleanser is a locally made facial wash that offers an affordable alternative to keeping our skin soft, moisturized, and clean.
What is a soapfree cleanser?
Benefits of the Hyalure Gentle Skin Cleanser For Dry, Sensitive Skin, and Oily Skin
Ready to commit to a gentle cleansing routine? Here are just some of the benefits of the Hyalure Soap-Free Skin Cleanser:
Ingredients of the Hyalure Facial Wash: Sodium Hyaluronate, Citric Acid, and More
Here are some of the core ingredients:
- Sodium Hyaluronate — If HA is a large molecule preventing water loss, sodium hyaluronate is its younger sibling. SH is smaller in size, allowing it to penetrate deeper into underlying layers.
- Cetyl Alcohol — This fatty alcohol isn’t as harsh as it sounds. In fact, the emollient makes the skin smooth and nice while also removing dirt.
- Methyl Propanediol — This ingredient is intended to be an alternative to glycols like butylene glycol and propylene glycol. It helps your face stay hydrated while also combating bacteria.
- Decyl Glucoside — This is a mild cleaning agent that helps with foaming.
- Citric Acid — This mild AHA is perfect for removing dead cells, keeping your complexion bright and youthful.
- Stearyl Alcohol — This is another emollient that also functions as a surfactant and a mild masking fragrance.
Where to Buy the Hyalure Gentle Cleanser
Our Thoughts on NEW FAVORITE: Hyaluronic Acid Soap-Free Skin Clean
At first, I wasn’t sure about Hyalure products as there aren’t plenty of reviews I could find prior to trying them. But once I found that plenty of dermatologists recommend this for patients who struggle with rosacea and sensitivity, I was eager to give it a go.
What I love about this product is how it’s a truly mild formula, unlike plenty of other skincare products that still have parabens or potential allergens. This one is paraben-free, alcohol-free, and sulfate-free. It’s also suitable not only for dry complexions, but also those of a combination or oily skin type.
This skincare product is free of soap, parabens, sulfates, and ethyl alcohol. On the surface, it seems like there’s not much room for nourishing ingredients, but that’s kind of the price you have to pay if you don’t want to irritate your face.
True to its word, this cleanser didn’t make my face feel too tight — or worse, sting. It actually left it feeling clean, but not stripped of natural oils. The product forms a protective film on the outer layer of the skin in order to protect it from transepidermal water loss.
There are plenty of gentle cleansers on the market, but what makes Hyalure’s stand out is the price. You get a lot of product for a cheaper price, which plenty of other high-end cosmetic brands can’t say (I simply refuse to drop a thousand pesos for a basic wash). Honestly, before this, I used to think gentle skincare had to cost a lot, but this product proved that isn’t true.
As for removing makeup, I can’t say how effective it is as I usually go in with an oil-based product first, but as the second step in a double-cleanse routine, I found this to be competent.
I love that it’s super mild, yet gives the face a smooth texture. It’s also sulfate-free and paraben-free, as well as free of alcohols (the bad kind) and other potential triggers. Dermatologists love it, and according to reviews, so do people with complexions that are easily irritated. I’m excited to stick with this and see where it goes.
Perhaps the biggest drawback is the lack of ingredients that nourish and calm the skin instead of simply clean, but I’ll leave those to the other steps in my routine.
Joey is an AB Psychology graduate of the University of St. La Salle – Bacolod. Her life’s passions include writing, film, and spending hours on end binge-watching fashion vloggers on Youtube.