Oooh, I've heard good things about Murad... one of my cousins was using the topical cream, and it like... was acting like Retin-A pretty much- she said it was a solid line for skincare. Does the Murad cleanser dry out your skin? I've been using Burt's Bees for the past two years, and I LOVE IT. I have like 3-4 Burt's Bees products in my bathroom lol
I really been enjoying the cetaphil one it's for any skin type and it's just a very basic cleanser. I also like the l'oreal 360 for sensitive skin it comes with the little face scrubber and it gets your makeup off great without drying or stinging your face and eyes.
I use Coconut oil by itself to take off my eye and face makeup and moisturize my skin. Then, I wash the oil off with my phisoderm cleanser for blemish-prone skin. The oil is organic and gentle and keeps my skin soft, and the cleanser helps ward off blemishes and keep my skin from getting too oily. There are other cleansers from phisoderm for different skin types, but I think any gentle cleanser that is specific to your skin and doesn't leave residue is a good idea :)