Individuals dealing with persistent pimple issues often struggle to achieve clear skin. Conversely, those who diligently cleanse their face tend to experience fewer pimples. Today, I’m sharing a crucial skincare tip that may seem basic but plays a pivotal role in attaining the clear skin you desire.
Let’s talk about facial cleansing, specifically the well-known 60-second rule. If your face is covered in pimples and your skin feels distressed, stay calm and follow this simple guideline for effective face cleansing.
- Start with clean hands. Ensure your hands are thoroughly washed before proceeding with the cleansing process.
- Dispense your regular face wash onto your palm and create a lather. It’s crucial to foam the cleanser on your hands first to prevent potential skin irritation if applied directly to your face.
- Apply the lather to your entire face. For those wearing eye makeup, gently massage in circular motions around the eyes, then move to the cheeks, and finally focus on the T-zone for effective cleansing.
- If you have makeup on, begin with an oil cleanser to remove it effectively. Wet your hands, cleanse away dirt and makeup, including the areas around your nails.
- Follow up with a facial cleanser, spreading it across your face. Use circular motions on your cheeks, T-zone, and delicate areas around the eyes and nose.
- Pay special attention to the nose region and eyebrows. Rinse thoroughly, especially when wearing makeup, and follow up with makeup remover and facial cleanser.
- Ensure you create a lather on your hands before applying it to your face. Cover the forehead with circular movements and clean the nose and surrounding areas.
- For those with chin acne, apply the same process to this area. Focus on cleansing thoroughly without applying excessive pressure.
- To eliminate any residue, imagine cleansing inside your pores and be gentle yet thorough.
- Avoid putting too much pressure while cleaning, aiming for a delicate and complete cleansing experience.
- If you wear makeup, consider a double-cleansing routine: first with cleansing oil and then with a facial cleanser.
- For days without makeup, use only a facial cleanser. Wet your face multiple times, create a lather with your hands, and apply it all over your face with circular movements.
- Pay extra attention to the nose and cheek regions during the cleansing process. Rinse your face thoroughly for 60 seconds to remove all residues.
- To dry your face, gently tap it. The difference between double cleansing and simple cleansing lies in the use of cleansing oil before the facial cleanser.
- Whether you choose double or simple cleansing, maintaining this routine will likely prevent blackheads and pimples from appearing, leading to noticeable facial improvement.