No matter how great your body is, or what you’re wearing. It’s your face that people want to see first.So we spend lots of money for choosing the best skincare products and make ups,and women love to do that.Today ,we have some great ideas for people with different skin types to choose their cleanser.
First of all, you must know what skin type you have – OMGS!!! You don’t know?Don’t be silly,here’s a simple test:Wash your face with water. Pat it dry and wait for 10 minutes. If you have oily skin, there will be visible shine.If your facial skin feels tight, you have dry skin. If you have some oil in your T-zone (i.e., forehead, nose and chin); then you have combination skin.Or you may have normal skin if your skin doesn’t feel too dry or oily. You may also have sensitive skin if you flush easily,or if it’s frequently allergic.
After knowing your skin type as well as any skin conditions ,it’s time to make the choose. Here are some general guidelines:
In general, avoid foaming cleansers, especially ones made with harsh surfactants
like sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS). Occasionally you can get away with
a foaming cleanser made from much more gentle surfactants like cocamidopropyl
betaine or sodium methyl cocoyl taurate.
The safest bet for dry (or sensitive) skin is a cream cleanser, an oil-based cleanser, or OCM.
Normal and Oily Skin
Can use almost any cleanser so long as it is pH balanced . If you have very oily skin,
it may be tempting to reach for a harsh bar soap, or even dish soap (the horror!),
but a gentle foaming cleanser or a cleansing oil will serve you better in the long run.
If your skin is a little sensitive, it may be best to choose an unscented cleanser.
In a word, a good cleanser couldn’t leave your skin feeling tight or dry after use.