How Do I Choose a Cleanser?
With so many cleanser options it may seem overwhelming to choose one, especially for such a simple task as washing your face. The best cleanser for you will depend on your skin type, the season, any skin issues you are suffering from and your personal preference of texture. First, narrow down your options by picking something suitable for a morning cleanse and then one or two that can perform the evening cleanse. Then, within these options choose the best one for your skin type and with your preferred texture:
All of the above cleansers work well as morning cleansers, with the exception of micellar water or a face wipe; those should be reserved for travel or if you need to remove make-up.
Add in Good To Go as above – this is how we sell in a class too.
As the aim of this step is to remove make-up, you should look for cleansers that are designed for this specific job. Look for eye makeup removers, micellar waters, cleansing oils, cleansing creams or a cleansing balm.
At this stage, you are giving your skin a thorough cleanse, so you want a cleanser that will leave skin clean, comfortable, balanced and prepped for the next step of your routine. There are lots of types of cleansers that can perform this role, including cleansing balms, cleansing milks, creams and oils.
Choose a second cleanser best for your skin type, oily, combination, sensitive, dry, mature for instance or best for your skin concern such as dull and lack of radiance, spotty and blemished, congested or over oily and always shiny.