I have to respectfully disagree about the Ivory and Dove.
Ivory is drying to the skin, and Dove makes me break out.
Aside: when I was a little girl my favorite aunt gave me a bar of Dove soap, and I thought it was so special because it was from her. I'd occassionally buy it as the years went by, until I woke up and realized every time I used it my skin broke out.
Chumly, growing up and into my adulthood I would have breakouts. The thing for me that broke the cycle was Erno Lazlo.
Before you say no, that's far too expensive, just listen....
A hungarian friend of mine who was probably 50ish at the time, but looked 35, recommended it.
If you skin is already good, you don't need to do their entire cleansing regime I don't think. However I strongly suggest you get a bar of their Sea Mud Soap.
If you're using it for just your face, the bar can last well over a year, so in the long run it's not expensive.
A bar is $39, I just looked on their website.
The whole thing about it is lather your face well, take your time, and keep the bar where it will entirely dry off between uses. I highly recommend.
Sea Mud Soap
Facial soap for normal / combination to oily skin
Laszlo's iconic black bar, which is 97% natural, cleans deeply without stripping natural sebum. It is excellent for exfoliating and softening skin texture, too. Medical journals have long documented dead sea mud's ability to promote radiance as well as therapeutic benefits for chronic skin conditions like psoriasis and dermatitis.