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In addition to the removal of makeup and choosing the right serums and creams the appropriate facial cleansing is an important step in the care routine for a beautiful skin. A cleanser removes the last bits of makeup and gently frees the skin from dirt and oil. An exfoliant removes dead skin cells and cleanses the skin pore-deep. After this cleaning, the skin is ideally prepared for the next steps, e.g. a tonic and following care creams, serums and oils. These can penetrate better into cleansed skin and thus show their effect properly. A well-cleaned skin is smoother and more radiant. The makeup looks more beautiful and even.
The Perfect Cleanser and Exfoliator for Normal, Dry, Oily and Combination SkinWhich cleansing product is best depends on the skin type. The ingredients of a product usually specify for which skin types it is particularly suitable. But not only the active ingredients, but also the combination of ingredients and thus the consistency and texture are important for the harmony of skin and cleansing product. A neutral cleansing gel is suitable for many skin types, but especially for oily, acne-prone and combination skin. Such a cleansing gel cleanses the skin thoroughly, usually even has an antibacterial effect and reduces unwanted shine. The Manuka Tree Cleansing Gel by Ziaja and the Less on Skin Micellar Cleansing Gel by Holika Holika are gentle to the skin, but clean very thoroughly and are also very inexpensive. Cleansing milk or emulsion cleanses gently, but still thoroughly and is therefore ideal for normal to combination skin. If the product is in harmony with the skin, it can also be used on oily or dry skin. A foam works in a similar way but feels lighter on the skin. The Aloe Cleansing Milk by Ziaja and the Olive Cleansing Cream by Holika Holika are good emulsions that thoroughly cleanse the skin. Holika Holika also offers various, very inexpensive facial cleansers, which foam and clean very easily and gently. The AC Mild Cleansing Foam is particularly suitable for oily and combination skin, the Prime Youth Black Snail Cleansing Foam has an additional anti-aging effect. Very good is also the cheap Daily Fresh Cleansing Foam series, here you can find the right cleansing foam for every skin type. Cleansing oils are very gentle and therefore suitable for dry, sensitive and easily irritated skin. The oil gently dissolves dirt and natural oils and does not irritate the skin. However, depending on the product, a slightly oily film may remain on the face. This can be easily removed with a light tonic, but a cleansing oil is still often not suitable for oily or combination skin. Especially popular are Absolute New York's Charcoal Cleansing Oil and NYX's Stripped Off Cleansing Oil.
Often, a normal facial cleanser is not enough to cleanse the skin thoroughly enough. With a suitable exfoliatior, dead skin and blackheads can be removed pore-deep. Again, there are scrubs for normal, dry and oily skin. What is special is that there are both mechanical and chemical peelings. Mechanical exfoliators contain either natural or synthetic rubbing substances that remove the blemishes and dead skin cells. In addition, the blood circulation of the skin is stimulated. This type of exfoliation is especially suitable for normal, dry and sensitive skin. A mechanical scrub can theoretically be applied at any time and has little to no side effects, the skin can only sometimes temporarily react with redness. Cheap mechanical scrubs are the Manuka Tree Scrub, the Acai Berry Cleansing Scrub Gel, the Rose Butter Micro-Scrub and the Olive Leaf Gel Scrub by Ziaja. Chemical exfoliators on the other hand usually work through acids that detach the upper skin layer. This contributes to skin renewal and is therefore particularly useful for the treatment of wrinkles, scarring and discoloration. The skin becomes smoother and more radiant. A chemical exfoliator is suitable for insensitive, oily and aging skin, as the ingredients may irritate dry or sensitive skin too much. Even with acne, the use of a chemical exfoliator after consultation with a dermatologist can be very useful. In our shop you will find three different, inexpensive chemical exfoliators from Revolution, which are differently concentrated and therefore suitable for different skin types and needs. Embryolisse's Gentle Night Scrub, Ziaja's Sensitive Skin Enzyme Scrub and Marine Algae Enzyme Scrub are great alternatives as well.
How To Apply Cleansing Gel, Cleansing Milk, Cleansing Oil and Chemical and Mechanical ExfoliatorsFirst, the entire makeup should be removed with a suitable makeup remover. This not only makes the cleanser easier to work with, but it's also gentler on sensitive facial skin, as with a special remover makeup can be removed easier, faster and without much additional friction. Especially with sensitive skin types or a larger amount of makeup to be removed, this first step is highly recommended. So now that most of the makeup and dirt is removed, the skin should be cleansed more intensively with a suitable cleanser. There are different types of cleansers, which are formulated differently and have a different consistency, but each perform the same function. There are cleansing milks/emulsions and gels, but also cleansing foams or cleansers which foam in conjunction with water. There are also firmer cleansing balms and rich cleansing oils. Classic cleansing gel is best applied to damp skin and massaged in for at least half a minute. Afterwards it is simply rinsed off with water. Also a foaming product should be used this way. A cleansing milk, emulsion or lotion is usually applied to the dry skin and then massaged in. This can then be removed with either water or a soft cloth or cotton pad. When using a cleansing oil, it depends on the product whether it should be used on dry or damp skin. The oil is then well massaged into the skin and washed off with water. Here, the use of a toner is particularly important, so that no oily film remains.
Exfoliators should be used very carefully. Normally, nothing can be done wrong with a mechanical face scrub. The product gets as gently as possible yet well massaged into the skin and then washed off. Inflamed or very sensitive areas of the skin can be left out. Thereafter a cream or lotion should be used to soothe the skin and aid regeneration. When using a chemical exfoliator, a little more caution is required. This type of exfoliator usually has a serum-like consistency and is distributed directly on the face. Again, certain areas can be left out. Now it is very important that the recommended exposure time is not exceeded, because the skin otherwise gets too stressed and can even be injured. At the end of the exposure time, the product must be removed very thoroughly with water. After that it is also important to properly care for the skin. The skin needs to be well hydrated so it can regenerate well and be protected from drying out. Slightly oily creams or facial oils contribute to good post-treatment care.