Sometimes it is easier to grab just anything from the shelf, but what you put on your face matters. Cleansing is the most important part of taking care of your skin, putting all the “amazing” products you bought would not make a difference if your skin is not thoroughly cleansed beforehand.
Comparison of different types of cleansers
Surfactants creates the foam that comes from your cleansers and they are typically used as detergents or foaming agents. It is extremely harsh to your skin. More than that surfactants help water mix with oil, and that’s how the oily impurities coming from your sunscreen and make up that you are trying to remove from your skin can be washed away. But, do not forget that it will also mix with your skin’s natural oil and wash it away as well. Your skin’s natural oil acts as a barrier of protection and without it, your skin will become dry and sensitive.
Natural Facial Cleansing oil
Unlike foam cleansers, cleansing oil does not strip off your skin’s natural oil. More than that, making sure that you decide on a natural one it does not just cleanse your skin, the good oil from the cleanser will melt the bad oil that build up on the surface of your skin which will definitely cause you some problem and therefore, it helps to regulate your skin’s sebum production. After cleansing, your skin is clean, soft and moisturized.
Micellar waters have a very simple and straight-forward concept. According to dermatologist, micellar water is made up of micelles which are tiny balls of cleansing oil molecules suspended in soft water. Although micellar water is attracted to dirt and oil, something that a lot of people do not know is that it is not capable of removing your waterproof mascaras and your heavy foundations.
Even though cleansing creams are gentle if you have sensitive skin you might still be allergic to some of the ingredients like, preservatives, fragrance, emollients and the rosin that holds the cream together. On the other hand, cream cleansers leave behind residue on your skin making you feel as greasy as it was before you washed your face and some skin care expert recommend following up with a mild soap to remove the film. Definitely not for you who wants to keep the routine short and sweet.
Here is some AMAZING things about our Natural Facial Cleansing oil!
Very fortunately, most people who uses natural essential oil never experience any adverse reaction. In most cases, unpleasant experiences with natural essential oil are avoidable.
Using a Natural cleansing oil, you don’t have to worry about what skin type you have. Because a natural cleansing oil mixes with your skin’s preexisted good oil to remove the bad ones. These oils include your naturally produced sebum (which causes blackheads) or those from your makeup or other products.
While you massaged your face with the cleansing oil, the oil in the cleanser bind to the impurities on your face, pulling out the dirt but not clogging your pores.
Most importantly, using a cleansing oil does not strip your skin and leaving it dry while removing the impurities and dirt. They are also wonderful for dry skin as it moisturizes the, they prevent wrinkles and it doesn’t block your pores!
Soaprise has 2 different types of Natural Facial Cleansing oil.
1. Coconut Oil based Natural Facial Cleansing Oil
Coconut oil may be useful in treating acne-prone skin, because it includes high level of skin soothing linoleic acid ¾ something that is deficient in skin of people who are acne-prone and also lauric acid, which is thought to be antimicrobial, so it may lower levels of bacterial that causes acne on your skin and also reduce inflammation. In a 2 week study, results has shown that coconut oil helps to treat eczema. Keeping your skin hydrated can preserves its function as a barrier to keep out bacterial, promote healing of scares and overall skin integrity.
2. Jojoba oil based Natural Facial Cleansing oil
Jojoba oil is extremely moisturizing as it is a humectant ingredient. This means that it seals your skin with a protective barrier to keep it from losing it moisture. This may help to prevent bacterial infections and acne. Jojoba oil is also antioxidant. It contains natural form of vitamin E that can help your skin fight oxidative stress caused by everyday exposure to pollutants and other toxins. It also helps to regulate your skin’s natural sebum production, because jojoba oil is so similar to your natural sebum, it sends a signal to your hair and sweat follicles that your skin does not need additional sebum for hydration and this keeps your skin from looking oily and helps to prevent acne that is caused by clogged pores.
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