These organic ingredients gently remove dead skin cells, dirt, and oil from pores which helps to greatly minimize the occurrence of future whiteheads and blackheads. It is a love-intensive process that shows with this non-foaming cleanser. Made from 97% organic ingredients, this cleanser removes tough grime without stripping away natural oils.

To compile this list, our team of editors and contributors spent hours researching the best face washes for oily skin on the market. We did this by speaking to our experts, looking at hundreds of online reviews from customers and other trusted sources, and conducting IRL testing in our Manhattan-based Lab. This testing allowed us to see how a face wash performed – from how easy it was to apply and remove, how it left the skin feeling, and its ability to reduce oil and congestion. We then used this research to assign a star rating from one to five (five being the best; one being the worst) to each cleanser in our roundup.

However, some contain an unnecessary amount of ingredients and chemicals that may aggravate sensitive or acne-prone skin. If you are concerned about the ingredients in your cleanser, consider switching to one that is more natural. This top-rated cleansing balm is for the natural beauty fan who still loves to wear a full face of makeup. It's ideal for removing waterproof mascara and long-wear lipstick but leaving skin soft and supple, never dry.

People with sensitive skin usually don’t tolerate high concentrations of salicylic acid very well, but they still want to keep their complexions clear and breakouts to a minimum. It contains 0.5% of salicylic acid, which is just enough to provide the cleansing and exfoliating benefits you want without the dryness and agitation you don’t. Our team, comprised of staffers with wildly different skin types, tested dozens of face washes and put them to the test against our makeup.