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This is why a cleanser is one of the most important skincare products to have in your routine. Not only do they remove stubborn makeup, but they can catch deeper dirt and grime that’s trapped in your pores. Whether you’re stocking up on a cleanser or you’re out browsing for a new one, we have a wide selection of cleansers to suit all skin types.
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Does facial cleanser remove makeup?
A good facial cleanser will usually be enough to remove your makeup, as long as you’re massaging it into your skin properly and rinsing thoroughly.
To remove your eye makeup, however, you should use an eye makeup remover or micellar water that is safe for use around your eyes.
In what order should I apply my skincare products?
Regardless of whether your skincare routine contains two products or ten, it’s important to apply them in the right order so they work as they should.
First things first, use your cleanser to wash your face before applying any other products, morning or night.
If you’re using a toner, apply that next, followed by a serum and then your moisturiser.
For your daytime routine, make sure you finish off your skincare routine by applying a sunscreen if your moisturiser doesn’t contain a high SPF.
How does micellar water work?
Micellar water is made with micelles, tiny lipid cleansing molecules suspended in water.
Micelles have hydrophilic and hydrophobic qualities, giving them the ability to capture dirt, impurities and make-up like a magnet and lift them away from the surface of your skin without any harsh rubbing.
Why is removing makeup so important?
If you wear makeup, removing it at the end of the day should be the most important part of your skincare routine.
That’s because the skin renews overnight while you’re asleep, and by leaving your makeup on, you can end up preventing this essential process.
When dirt and dead skin cells are not removed from your skin, they can end up clogging your pores and causing breakouts.