How to double cleanse


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How to double cleanse

Step 1: Choose Your Cleansers:

  • Oil-Based Cleanser: Start with an oil-based cleanser to effectively break down and dissolve oil-based impurities such as makeup and sunscreen.
  • Water-Based Cleanser: Follow up with a water-based cleanser to remove water-based impurities and any remaining residue. This could be a gel cleanser, foaming cleanser, or cream cleanser.

Step 2: Tie Your Hair Back: Pull your hair away from your face using a headband or hair tie to prevent any product from getting into your hair.

Step 3: Remove Eye Makeup: If you're wearing eye makeup, use a gentle eye makeup remover or micellar water on a cotton pad to remove mascara, eyeliner, and eyeshadow before starting the double cleanse.

Step 4: Apply the Oil-Based Cleanser:

  • Take a small amount (typically a pump or two) of the oil-based cleanser onto your dry hands.
  • Gently massage the oil cleanser onto your dry face, focusing on areas with makeup or sunscreen. Massage for about a minute to allow the product to break down impurities.

Step 5: Emulsify the Oil Cleanser:

  • Add a small amount of water to your hands and continue massaging your face. The oil cleanser will emulsify, turning into a milky consistency.
  • This emulsification helps lift away the oil-based impurities.

Step 6: Rinse Off the Oil Cleanser:

  • Thoroughly rinse your face with lukewarm water. Make sure to remove all traces of the oil cleanser before moving on to the next step.

Step 7: Apply the Water-Based Cleanser:

  • Take a small amount of the water-based cleanser and lather it in your hands.
  • Gently massage the cleanser onto your damp face, covering all areas. This step helps remove any remaining impurities and ensures a clean canvas.

Step 8: Rinse Thoroughly:

  • Rinse your face thoroughly with lukewarm water to remove the water-based cleanser.

Step 9: Pat Your Face Dry:

  • Gently pat your face dry with a clean towel. Avoid rubbing, as this can irritate the skin.

Step 10: Continue with Your Skincare Routine:

  • Follow up with the rest of your skincare routine, including toner, serums, moisturizer, and any other targeted treatments.

All information is created for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.