Make-up remover and cleanser, what's the difference?
Double cleansing is often advised. But what is really the difference between a cleanser and a make-up remover? Is it really essential to use cleanser and make-up remover in a beauty routine?
What is the difference between cleansing and make-up removal?
Make-up removal removes make-up, impurities and pollutants from the surface of the skin, which reduces the risk of pimples, redness... Properly removing make-up from your skin also helps make it breathe, which helps to regenerate.
The facial cleanser removes dust and excess oil, it deeply cleans the pores of the skin.
Can I use makeup remover and cleanser at the same time?
Double cleansing is the consecutive use of a cleanser and a make-up remover, which is highly recommended for the beauty of the skin.
If you wear makeup, or sunscreen during the day, it's important to remove makeup to dissolve oil-based products and then cleanse the skin to remove any remaining impurities.
For oily skin, double cleansing is all the more important to rid the skin of excess sebum produced during the day.
How to choose a good cleanser and a good make-up remover?
- The make-up remover
There are make-up removers in the form of gel, balm, cream or oil. Cleansing milk is ideal for dry and sensitive skin because it is moisturizing and soothing. Its texture is not aggressive and respects the balance of fragile skin.
- The cleanser
There are cleansers with or without rinsing, in the form of foam, oil, gel...
The cleansing lotion is suitable for all skin types. It removes impurities remaining on the skin and helps rebuild its protective hydrolipidic film.