These 10 top-rated cleansers are $10 or less at Priceline right now

Snag a bargain before the week's out

Beauty Crew Beauty Editor / January 18 2024

Regardless of your skin type, cleansers are the one part of everyone's skin care routines that are undeniably a non-negotiable.

Unlike the confusing world of serums and the like, we're all familiar with cleansers and their purpose, and over time we've even distinguished a sense of the formulas that work best for our skin and figured out which remove makeup the fastest. 

But despite one's allegiance to oil or foaming cleansers, one thing we think everyone can agree on is that cleansers don't have to cost a lot of money to be good or effective. 

Within the context of our skin care routine, cleanser is the product that spends the least amount of time on our skin before we wash it off. It's effects on the skin are immediately evident, which is why so many of us steer clear of formulas that leave our skin feeling squeaky clean and dry. 

So, considering we're likely to buy drugstore cleansers over expensive alternatives, being able to pick-up a sweet deal on the stuff while we're pacing the aisles of our local Priceline is ideal to say the least. 

Call it kismet but that's exactly what's happening at Priceline this week.

ALL cleansers will be $10 or less at Priceline from Thursday 18th January until Wednesday 24th January while stocks last.

The only caveat is that customers are limited to six cleansers per transaction, but by our calculations that's enough to see someone through the next six months at least. 

If you need help selecting your top six, look no further, ahead you'll find our top Priceline cleanser picks we think are worth picking up in the sale. 

Bondi Sands Melt Me Cleansing Balm (Usually $19.99 now $10 at Priceline)

In our professional opinion as beauty industry guinea pigs this is one of the best cleansing balms we've ever used. The fragrance-free formula is incredibly hydrating, but it also has a no nonsense attitude when it comes to removing makeup. 

Dr. LeWinn's Reversaderm Glycolic Cleanser (Usually $34.99 now $10 at Priceline)

Dr. LeWinn's offers luxurious feeling formulas and packaging at an affordable price point. This glycolic acid-infused formula is no different. If you'd like to minimise your skin care routine this ticks the box as both a 'cleanser' and 'chemical exfoliant'.

Q+A Grapefruit Cleansing Balm (Usually $18 now $10 at Priceline)

This citrus-enriched cleansing balm was a finalist in Priceline's 2023 Health & Beauty Awards thanks to its ability to effortlessly melt away makeup. According to Priceline customer reviews it also won't sting your precious peepers when your washing your face. Phew.

Avène Cleanance Cleansing Gel (Usually $37.99 now $10 at Priceline)

If you struggle with dry skin or you find most cleansers too stripping, then can we please introduce you to this gentle gel? The formula is soap free, hypoallergenic and aims to protect the skin's natural hydrolipidic film.

CeraVe SA Smoothing Cleanser (Usually $29.99 now $10 at Priceline)

If, like us, TikTok is a regular haunt of yours then no doubt you've seen CeraVe's SA Smoothing Cleanser before. The formula contains exfoliating salicylic acid, which has made it a favourite of people who suffer with acne or keratosis pilaris.

TBH Skincare Acne Hack Anti-Bacterial Cleanser (Usually $24.95 now $10 at Priceline)

The patented anti-bacterial technology in this homegrown hero is truly fascinating. It helps to break down 'biofilm', which in layman's terms are bacteria colonies covered in a protective film that is hard for most products to penetrate. However, this cleanser does just that, which is why it's such a great pick for acne prone skin. 

Antipodes Juliet Skin-Brightening Gel Cleanser (Usually $43.99 now $10 at Priceline)

Vitamin C and E-rich kiwi seed oil is the hero product in this brightening gel cleanser. The antioxidant-rich extract is joined by blackcurrant and coconut oil, which work together to soften skin and minimise the appearance of fine lines. 

Hada Labo Tokyo Gentle Hydrating Cleanser (Usually $24.95 now $10 at Priceline)

If you've tried and loved Hada Labo's other hyaluronic acid-infused products then we guarantee you'll also love the brand's hydrating cleanser. It contains the brand's trademarked super hyaluronic acid, which combines three molecular weights of hyaluronic acid. 

Bioderma Sensibio H2O Micellar Water Cleanser (Usually $32.99 now $10 at Priceline)

Bioderma's cult-favourite micellar water is basically a household name at this point. If you'd like to stock up on the gentle makeup remover while it's on sale, we wouldn't blame you. 

La Roche-Posay Effaclar Foaming Gel (Usually $28.99 now $10 at Priceline)

If most foaming cleansers irritate your skin then you need to be better acquainted with this soothing thermal spring water-infused foaming gel. The formula is soap, alcohol, colourant and paraben-free too. 

Like a streamlined cleansing routine? You can ditch the double cleansing thanks to these 8 cream cleansers.

Main image credit: @pricelineau

Briar Clark got her start in the media industry in 2017, as an intern for Marie Claire and InStyle. Since then, her keen interest in fashion and beauty has landed her gigs as a Digital Content Producer and Beauty Editor with titles like Girlfriend, Refinery29, BEAUTYcrew and beautyheaven. She loves the way seemingly innocuous topics like skin care and style have the ability to put a smile on people’s faces or make them think about themselves a little differently. A big believer in self love and experimentation, Briar has made a point of becoming the Australian beauty industry’s unofficial guinea pig for unusual treatments and daring hair trends. When she’s not testing out the latest beauty launches, Briar is big on broadening her horizons, mostly in the form of food but she’s also partial to travelling to new destinations both near and far (and of course, allocating an extra bag to bring their best beauty offerings home with her).