Have you heard all the buzz about double cleansing? Below you'll find a basic how-to and defense for double cleansing (with Some Call Me Crunchy product suggestions, of course)!
Why double cleanse?
Double Cleansing is a must because having a clean canvas to apply toners and skin nourishing serums is very important. If you spend lots of money on serums and hydrating creams, but your skin isn't clean, those powerhouse products won't actually do very much.
How does double cleansing work?
Double Cleansing doesn't have to be super complicated and really isn't that much more work. I recommend doing the double cleanse (steps below) 2-3 times a week and adjusting the frequency according to how your skin responds (e.g. if it's drier, cut down on the days that you double cleanse).
Here's what you do:
Tip: Don't double cleanse on days that you are using a clay mask.
Have questions about double cleansing? Feel free to ask away in the comments or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to know more about our skincare regimen? Take a look at this post.
Photo Credit: Emma Frances Logan Photography
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