5 tips for cleaning your face

cleaning your face

Cleaning your face is something you probably do every day without thinking twice. However, are you sure you are doing it the right way?

We sometimes take it for granted, but there are actually a lot of things you can do to wash your face properly.

 It’s time to take a closer look at your cleaning routine – it just takes the right tools and the right tips.

1. At what temperature is water best for the face?

Many people believe that hot water is the best way to get a deep clean. This is not necessarily true.

2. Use hands

Scrubbing your skin with a loofah, washcloth, or sponge may seem like the easiest way to remove dead skin cells. Rubbing can strip the epidermis of its natural protective barrier.

The best way to cleanse the skin is to use your fingertips, at least for a minute or two.

It’s true ! When it comes to getting rid of dead cells, your own fingers are the best way to go.

3. Choose the right cleanser for you

It’s important to provide your skin with the right dermatologist-approved cleanser to keep its barrier healthy. There is a wide range of products that can be used as a cleanser, ranging from milks to oils, balms to cleansing waters and gels.

Each skin has its requirements, especially avoid bar soaps, scented cleansers and cleansers that are too aggressive and opt for products that are specific to your skin type.

4. How often should you wash your face?

It needs to be done twice a day, but some skin types only need to be done once.

The use of cleansers removes the natural oil layer from the skin. It is therefore important not to wash it too much as this can irritate it and make it drier.

5. Use a clean towel only for your face

Simply rinse with water and gently pat your face dry, so as not to irritate your skin, with a clean, personal towel.

And resist the urge to dry your face with the family towel that’s been sitting on the shelf for days. Bacteria can grow on the towel and be transferred to your clean, fresh face.

We offer you a full range of dermatologist-approved facial cleansers, including some examples:

Whether you suffer from dry, dehydrated skin or have sensitive skin, this cleansing milk is an excellent choice to help restore your face’s natural balance. The formula gently cleanses your skin, leaving it looking more radiant

SVR Topialyse cleansing balm acts on all the factors of atopic dryness but also rebalances the mechanisms responsible for irritation, the incitement to scratching.

SVR Topialyse cleansing oil is the 1st micellar oil that gently cleanses dry to atopic skin for the whole family.

It is a sebum-regulating foaming gel for oily and/or blemished skin. Thanks to its gentle cleansing base, it gently cleanses without damaging the skin. Dermatologically tested on acne-prone skin, this foaming gel gives good results.

Cetaphil Cleansing Lotion for Oily Skin provides effective cleansing for oily, combination or blemished skin.

It is characterized by a fragrance-free formula that offers a global anti-aging action. This micellar solution is suitable for all skin types while respecting the physiological balance of each.

Washing your face might seem like a pretty easy thing to do – just grab your cleanser and lather, rinse, and repeat! But in reality, it is not enough to take a bottle and spray it to take care of our skin. It is certainly not enough to proceed by gestures to obtain the cleanest and softest skin possible. In fact, we’d go so far as to say it’s not even a “proper” wash if you don’t do it right.

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