The Proper Way to Incorporate Cleansing Into Your Skincare RoutineCherie breaks down the best way to cleanse and how to get started!
Cherie is an online community of beauty lovers sharing their stories; whether that's their favorite products, makeup tutorials, or skincare routines. Download the app today to be a part of #BeautyWithoutBarriers and show the world what beauty means to you!If your skincare routine simply consists of zit-popping and a splash of mild soap and water, you’re doing it wrong! Perhaps you don’t have problematic skin, to begin with, but if you’re under-cleansing or over-cleansing, you could be putting yourself at risk of cystic acne, rosacea, or eczema. If you’re not sure about how to correctly cleanse your skin at the end of the day, read on to find out the best skincare routine practices you can easily incorporate at night. Use a pre-cleanse productAfter a long night out, you can’t simply wipe your makeup off your face and call it a day. You’re going to want to get rid of extra dirt and grime with an oil-based cleansing balm. Simply work it into your fingers, add a little water, and apply it all over your face. Use the right productsWashing your face twice a day with a barrier-friendly cleanser can effectively remove dirt without stripping away your natural oils and other good bacteria. Don’t overwash your faceBelieve it or not, washing your face more than 2 or 3 times a day can be detrimental to your skin. Stripping it of its natural oils can cause it to overproduce oils later on. If you went about your day without wearing makeup and slathered on only a little bit of sunscreen, you’re better off skipping the cleanser and simply washing with water. Even if your cleanser is the best face wash on the market, you’ll want to give your skin the occasional break from products you use religiously. Get the water to the right temperatureIf you’ve heard about how hot water opens your pores whereas cold water closes them, this is actually a myth. Pores don’t have muscles to open or close at all. Hot water may feel relaxing on the skin but can actually cause it to dry out and overproduce sebum. Sebum is an oil naturally produced by the body to keep it moisturized, but too much of it can cause you to break out. Use lukewarm water to wash your face. Don’t over-exfoliate Exfoliation is a great way to get rid of dead skin, but overdoing it can cause abrasions on your face. It can also lead to dehydration and inflammation, so limit your exfoliating to once or twice a week. Don’t rub your face dryWhen cleansing your face, pat—don’t rub. Rubbing can tug at your skin and damage its elastin, which can potentially lead to wrinkles, crow’s feet, or irritation. If you’re using a towel, be sure to designate a towel that you use exclusively on your face to prevent bacteria transfer. Moisturize regularlyTo allow your skin to best absorb your moisturizing products, apply them right after you wash your face. Waiting until your face is completely dry to apply serums and treatment products can keep the product from sinking into your skin and leave you feeling greasy. Don’t spend a fortune on cleanser The best skincare products out there will sometimes be a little costly, but you don’t have to shell out a fortune to find one that works for you. Stick to one that is simple and contains natural ingredients that can provide your skin with long-term benefits. Conclusion:When shopping for the right cleansers, serums, and moisturizers, it can be tempting to purchase those with the highest price tag. After all, you’ll be getting what you pay for right? This isn’t always the case, so get to know your skin before you go on a shopping spree, and be sure you’re already incorporating a healthy routine into your daily regimen. To get to know your skin even better, get a free skin report with us at Cherie! Plus, you can sift through hundreds of makeup reviews to find out which product might work best for you!
Sep. 8, 2020
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cystic acne progress
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okay so i’m sorry for the light this week but i’m working on a work station. However this Morphe Maddie palette isn’t doing it for the me. In my opinion I believe to pull a good palette together is blend ability and good shimmer or glitters. The shimmers on the is so trash 🗑 sorry to say. i literally had to dig for a good creamy shine. However it isn’t a complete miss. The other colors did have some good pigment and my fav shade is the black shade. It was really dark and blendable. I would probably recommend this to someone with more fair skin because they pigments and shimmers would work better in their favor. Have you used this palette if yes tell me all about below, if no would you still wanna try it out and why ?
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