Biore vs. Charlotte Tilbury Oil Cleanser, Compared

Which of these skincare favorites should you use? We compare the two products based on their ingredients and safety information.
Notable Ingredients
Citric Acid, Vitamin E
BioNymph Peptide Complex, Hyaluronic Acid and Wild Pansy Extracts, Rosehip and Camellia Oils and Antioxidant Vitamin E
Highlighted Skin Goals
  • Exfoliating
  • Anti-Aging
  • Protecting
  • Anti-Aging
  • Hydrating
  • Protecting
Ingredient Safety
Paraben-free
Paraben-free
Essential Oil-free
Essential Oil-free
Sulfate-free
Sulfate-free
Allergen-free
Allergen-free
Environment Pollutant-free
Environment Pollutant-free
Paraben-free
Paraben-free
Sulfate-free
Sulfate-free
Environment Pollutant-free
Environment Pollutant-free
Potentially irritating (Dirty Dozen) ingredients
Fragrance: Fragrance
PEG: PEG-5 Pentaerythrityl Ether, PEG-12 Laurate
BHA & BHT: BHT
Petrolatum: Mineral Oil
Siloxane: Cyclopentasiloxane
Fragrance: Fragrance (Parfum)
PEG: Peg-8
BHA & BHT: Bht
Siloxane: Cyclopentasiloxane, Phenyl Trimethicone
Allergy-inducing ingredients
-
Allergen: Hexyl Cinnamal, Benzyl Benzoate, Linalool, Hydroxycitronellal, Cinnamyl Alcohol
Environment polluting ingredients
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-
Ingredient Safety by Skin Type
Good for Dry Skin
1
-
-
Good for Acne-Prone Skin
1
Bad for Dry Skin
1
Bad for Oily Skin
1
Bad for Sensitive Skin
3
-
Good for Dry Skin
7
-
-
Good for Acne-Prone Skin
1
-
-
Bad for Sensitive Skin
4
-
Ingredient Safety Breakdown (EWG)
58% low risk
11
32% medium risk
6
5% high risk
1
5% unknown risk
1
63% low risk
24
24% medium risk
9
11% high risk
4
3% unknown risk
1