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Are there some cleansers that work better for dry skin?

If cleanser is taking a toll on your dry skin, it might be time to make a switch. In this video, dermatologist Dr. Rosemarie Ingleton explains what to look for in a skin cleanser if you have dry skin.


Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)
All skin types -- from dry to oily -- can benefit from a similar daily care routine, to keep our protective skin barrier intact. That means using a mild, non-soap cleanser everyday, not only to remove oil, dirt and debris, but also to prevent the damaging effects of harsh cleansing.

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