A&E Guide To Double Cleansing

Diana Bell-Heather   |   06 - 04 - 2018

Bamford

Dr Sebagh

Eve Lom

La Mer

Retrouvé

Sarah Chapman

Sisley - Paris

SK-II

Sunday Riley

Tata Harper

Bamford

Cleansing Balm.

Dr Sebagh

Rose de Vie Cream Cleanser.

Eve Lom

Cleanser.

La Mer

The Cleansing Foam.

Retrouvé

Luminous Cleansing Elixir.

Sarah Chapman

Skinesis Ultimate Cleanse.

Sisley - Paris

Gentle Cleansing Gel with Tropical Resins.

SK-II

Facial Treatment Cleansing Oil.

Sunday Riley

C.E.O. C + E Micro-Dissolve Cleansing Oil.

Tata Harper

Clarifying Cleanser.

If you live in a city, then you know the toll pollution and dust can have on your skin making double cleansing a critical addition to your beauty routine.

 

Don’t leave it to the mercy of the elements and add an extra step to your routine which aims to help prevent your complexion becoming irritated and dull. However, be aware that this intense ritual is not suitable for every skin type as it further removes the skin barrier, which also carries some good properties. Over cleansing can make your skin more vulnerable so test it first and see if it feels really tight afterwards (which is a sign of over doing it) before fully implementing double cleansing.

 

Start by using an oil-based cleanser – even those with oily skin will feel the benefits as it regulates natural oils and easily sweeps away surface dirt. Follow this with a foam or gel cleanser. For those with sensitive skin, double cleanse only two to three times a week to avoid redness and irritation.

 

Click through the gallery above and start the journey to squeaky clean complexion.

 

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