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You’re home, tired from a long day of work, school, partying? It’s time to let your skin breathe! In step 1, use an eye & lip makeup remover to help melt away tough makeup around the sensitive areas of the face. By using an eye & lip makeup remover, makeup will be removed from your eyes and lips at ease without any rough handling.
Eyes and lips show signs of aging the fastest on the face so it’s important to use the right corresponding remover so all makeup is removed from especially the eyes!
Here we begin the first half of the double cleansing ritual. We remove makeup on the rest of the face by using an oil cleanser. Oil cleansers are used as the first cleansing product because it removes majority of hard to remove base makeup compared to using only cleansing water, which is too light to remove all heavy makeup.
You need to be able to remove all base makeup to prevent any chances of breakouts!
We continue the second half of the double cleansing ritual. Here we can use a cleansing foam, or any other lighter cleansing products. This could include cleansing waters and cleansing creams and butters.
A second cleansing step helps wash off any remaining cleansing oil and residue to ensure skin is fully clean before applying a whole line of skincare products.
By now, our skin is now makeup free and breathing! In this step, we are exfoliating our skin. Exfoliating the skin an average once or twice a week is a good way to remove any built up dead skin cells. Clearing away these dead skin cells help keep skin glowing and fresh. The perfect way to keep skin happy!
Based on each individual’s skin, you may exfoliate more or less than the average recommended amount. For sensitive/dry skin, exfoliating once every week may be enough while those with oily skin may find themselves exfoliating twice maybe thrice a week! The use of a cleansing mud-type mask may also be used in this step but not to be used every day like an exfoliating gel. A few days per week will be adequate.