Choose the Facial Cleanser & Toner based on your Skin Type
Dry/Mature Skin/Normal and even Sensitive Skin - Hydra Calm Cleansing Creme & Rose Hydrating Mist
As we start to age, skin is often dehydrated and lackluster, therefore, the last thing it needs is a harsh facial cleanser. If you are starting to notice signs of aging or dull complexion, go for cream cleansers. They are just as effective as foaming cleansers, but are way gentler on the skin. Most cream cleansers are enriched with precious natural oils and essential fatty acids. They nourish the skin and make the whole cleansing ritual feel like a luxurious facial.
If you have sensitive skin or skin prone to redness, is to avoid facial cleansers with fragrances and acids (be it natural or synthetic). Both are strong irritants and can trigger an allergic reaction. Experts also recommend to stay away from foaming cleanser, as they tend to be a bit harsh (and sometimes drying) on the skin. For those of you who struggle with hypersensitive skin, the best options for cleanser are: cream cleansers, oil cleansers or micellar waters. Cream and oil cleansers are especially beneficial, because they replenish skin’s protective lipid layer, by providing essential fatty acids and important nutrients.
Oily/Combination Skin - Sweet Orange Foaming Cleanser & Purifying Toner
We agree that oily skin is prone to congestion and needs a deeper cleanse every once in a while, but that doesn’t mean you have to remove every last drop of sebum from its surface, thinking it will make your skin extra clean and healthy. According to experts, cleansers that leave your skin squeaky clean, disrupt the protective barrier of the skin, leaving it exposed to external aggressors, pollutants and infections. If you have oily skin, go for a foaming cleanser, but make sure it doesn’t contain SLS or SLES, because both are suspected to irritate and dehydrated the skin.