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|On detail||Recommended for||Not recommended for||How to recognize it|
|CLASSIC SOAP||Very effective regarding cleansing, but pay attention to their pH since some of them have a high pH that can irritate your skin||Normal skin, oily skin||Dry skin, sensitive skin; problematic skin with issues such as eczema or redness||Sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide appear in the ingredients list|
|SULFATES||Low pH with a nice cleansing power||Almost every skin type||Skin sensitive to sulfates surfactants||SLS (sodium lauryl sulfate) and SLES (sodium laureth sulfate) are the two main surfactants in this category. If you can choose, SLES is more skin-friendly|
|COCO BETAINE||The most usual type of cleanser. It’s gentle to the skin, purifies correctly, and usually makes bubbles||People searching for a mild cleanser||Very sensitive skin, or allergic to its surfactant (see below)||Make sure you’re not allergic to “cocoamidopropyl betaine” or “coco betaine”, since this is the main surfactant and can be slightly allergic for some people. If you’re not sure, try it on your hand first|
|OTHER GENTLE SURFACTANS||If you have tried several cleansers but none of them seems the perfect one for you, check these out: sodium laureth sulfate (SLES), sodium cocoyl isethionate, alkyl sulfosuccinates,...||Sensitive skin, skin suffering chronic dryness||People who like bubbly cleansers||Check for ingredients like SCI (sodium cocoyl isethionate), glucosides (coco glucoside, lauryl glucosides), cocoamphoacetates or amino acids|