WHICH COMES FIRST?
CLEANSER FIRST, THEN EXFOLIATE?
If you CLEANSE first, it helps remove dirt and any make up off skin’s surface. With a clean base, then EXFOLIATE away dead skin cells on skin’s surface. Exfoliating can soften your skin and allow a fresh layer of skin cells reborn. Skin is ready for serum or moisturizer after this.
EXFOLIATE BEFORE CLEANSE?
A little bit unusual but can also enjoy a lot of skin benefits. Exfoliate first can remove dead skin cells and dirt from the surface of your skin. Afterwhich, with cleanser helps wash away any dead skin cells or particles on skin’s surface by the exfoliator. This gives a thorough clean and radiant surface for your skin to receive moisturizer.
SO WHICH IS BETTER?
There’s no hard and fast rule to whether you should exfoliate or cleanse first. Recommended to try out both ways and see which suits your skin best. Either way as long as you are cleansing and exfoliating according to your skin type, you can achieve a cleaner, supple skin!
Available products that will meet your needs:
1) Daily Renewal Deep Cleanser
2) Intense Skin Exfoliator
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Face masks in powdered form can be used by every skin type, however people with oily skin can benefit the most from the amazing properties of these masks. For example, face masks with clay absorb the excess of oil that has gathered on the surface of the skin, remove dead skin cells, and clean dirt from clogged pores.
The Importance of Deep Cleansing
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DIY Green Tea Facial Scrub
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