Wednesday, January 10, 2018

The Ultimate Cheat Sheet On Face Cleansers

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This blog post is the ultimate cheat sheet on face cleansers. The type of face cleanser you use will determine the overall health of your skin. For example, if you have dry skin, you should stay away from foaming cleansers because they can dry out the skin.

Here is a rundown of the types of face cleansers to use for your specific skin type.

For Dry Skin 

1. Cleansing Balms: Cleansing Balms are high in emollient oils that cleanse and moisturize. They turn into oil when massaged into the skin, they remove makeup well and don't leave behind residue. They are gentle on the skin.

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2. Cleansing Milk: Cleansing Milk is low is surfactants and high in emollient, they don't produce much lather. They remove dirt but struggle to remove waterproof makeup. Cleansing milk is gentle on the skin. They can leave a residue behind.

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3. Cleansing Oil: Cleansing Oils are high in emollient that cleanses and moisturize. Cleaning oils don't lather; they remove makeup and waterproof makeup well. They may leave residue behind, but they are gentle on the skin.

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For Oily Skin

1. Foaming Cleansers: Foaming Cleansers are high in surfactants and low in emollients. They produce a lot of lather and remove dirt, makeup, and waterproof makeup very well. They leave no residue behind and can be drying when left on the skin for too long.

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For Sensitive Skin

1. Micellar Water: Micellar Water is high in gentler surfactants and low in emollients. They don't lather, they easily remove dirt and makeup. They don't leave residue behind. They don't need to be rinsed off. They are gentle on the skin.

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What is your skin type and what type of face cleanser do you use? 

Yvonne

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