Those with combination skin, however, might find it a little harder to pinpoint *exactly* what their skin type is.
‘Simply put, combination skin is having some areas of your face oily and some areas dry,’ explains Madona El Nachar, facialist and founder of Kaelon Atelier Beauté.
‘This usually shows up as an oily T-zone—forehead, nose, and chin—and dry skin on the cheeks, jawline, and hairline.’
If you’re in the market for a new cleanser for combination skin, you’re in luck.
If your combination skin is also acne-prone
We have to mention La Roche-Posay Effaclar Foaming Gel, especially if you’re after an acne cleanser for combination skin. Not only is it alcohol- and paraben-free. The gel-based formula lathers up to take away grime *and* excess oils, which may congest your skin and cause little breakouts to occur.