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Best Face Washes for Dry Skin in India

By Skincarevilla
Here on Skincare Villa we keep on recommending products for oily and acne skin. This time we have also decided to focus on dry skin product recommendations. Dry skin needs a hydrating and moisturising face wash. Also a cleanser for dry skin should not dry out the skin with each wash. So whenever you are using a foaming cleanser for dry skin keep the usage to maximum twice per day.
Cleansing milk, cleansing balm or powder cleansers all are good to use for dry skin. We will cover all these types of cleansers for dry skin, but first let us check out some amazing foaming cleansers to use for dry skin.
Best Face Washes for Dry Skin in India
  1. Kama Ayurveda Rose Jasmine Cleanser
  2. Gulnare Pumpskin Face Wash
  3. Inatur Kumkumadi Face Cleanser
  4. Just Herbs Silksplash Rehydrant Face Wash
  5. Biotique Bio Honey Gel Refreshing Foaming Face Wash
  6. Soultree Indian Rose Face Wash with Turmeric and Honey
  7. Vilvah Honey Fix Face Cleanser
  8. Forest Essentials Delicate Facial Cleanser Mashobra Honey, Lemon & Rosewater

Kama Ayurveda Rose Jasmine Cleanser
Kama Ayurveda Rose Jasmine Cleanser is a hydrating, floral scented cleanser with natural ingredients, which gently cleanses the skin. It leaves the skin hydrated, soft, and rejuvenated. The fragrance of this cleanser feels very authentic with a mix of rose and jasmine.
Price - 395 INR for 50 ml
Gulnare Pumpskin Face Wash
I have personally used this face wash and found it to be very clarifying and gives a glow to the skin. Gulnare Pumpskin Face Wash is one of a kind face wash made with Pumpkin, Honey & Rosehip oil. It is a daily cleanser and contains vitamins & exfoliating enzymes from Honey & Pumpkin which help revitalise your skin.
Price - 650 INR for 100 ml
Inatur Kumkumadi Face Cleanser
This is an ayurvedic formulation which is sulphate free, mildly cleanses skin, improves texture, clears Complexion, fights pigmentation, controls acne and clears blemishes. It suits all skin types although am unsure about this claim.
Price - 450 INR for 100ml
Just Herbs Silksplash Rehydrant Face Wash
Brand claims this to be a gentle ayurvedic cleanser with a herbal aroma. It cleanses dust and grime and is non drying. It is a Sulphate and paraben free face wash which suits all skin types.
Price - 495 INR for 100ml
Biotique Bio Honey Gel Refreshing Foaming Face Wash
Biotique Bio Honey Gel Refreshing Foaming Face Wash is a 100% soap-free gel blended with pure honey and extracts of the bark of the arjun tree, euphorbia plant and wild turmeric. It removes impurities, softens the skin and helps lighten the complexion.
Price - 65 INR for 50 ml
Soultree Indian Rose Face Wash with Turmeric and Honey
This face wash is prepared with fresh extracts of Indian Rose and Turmeric. Infused with Aloe and Forest Honey, it leaves the skin feeling refreshed and hydrated.
Does not contain Parabens, Silicones, Lead, DEA/TEA, Phtalates, SLS/SLES, Mineral Oil, Petrolatum, Fragrance
Price - 375 INR for 150ml
Vilvah Honey Fix Face Cleanser
Vilvah Store Honeyfix Facewash is an oil-free formulation made with a 8% of honey. Honey is a natural source of glycolic acid. Enriched with the extracts from blackberry, papaya, gotukola and orange peel, the cleanser has gentle exfoliating, pore-shrinking and complexion brightening properties. It works on acne and is suitable for normal to dry combination skin.
Price- 440 INR for 100ml
Forest Essentials Delicate Facial Cleanser Mashobra Honey, Lemon & Rosewater
This Cleanser cleanses without stripping skin of moisture. It contains lemon essential oil which is refreshing, Honey an ideal cleansing agent which hydrates and softens the skin and steam distilled rose water, a natural astringent which tones and rehydrates the skin. This cleanser is free from sulphates, parabens and petrochemicals.
Price - 1250 INR for 200ml
We hope you find this list of Best cleansers for dry skin useful. If you have any suggestions or product recommendation for dry skin please comment below.
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