The Right Way to Wash Your Face

All the beauty-conscious women out there for whom radiant skin is a priority should know the right way to wash their face. You are less susceptible to acne and pimple when you know how to wash your face. There are many who believe that washing their face frequently prevent them from skin issues, but actually it does more harm to your skin because over-washing your face makes your skin dry and cause skin irritation.

When your skin is over dried, the pores of your skin will try to compensate it by producing more sebum and get clogged in turn. Let us have a quick look at how to wash your face properly to get the optimum benefitted.

Frequency:

You should wash your face thoroughly and no more than twice a day. Wash it once in the morning and once in the night.

Type of Cleansers You Should Use:

Use a mild cleanser or any herbal soap and lukewarm water. You should never use cleansers that have salicylic acid because it is abrasive to your skin. Using a glycerin-based soap or face wash is a good idea because glycerin is a moisturizer and prevents over drying of your face.

Drying Your Face:

When you dry your face make sure to pat it gently with a soft towel. This is very important because patting your face dry with just any piece of cloth can have a harsh impact on your face.

Here is a step-by-step guide to wash your face gently and effectively:

Step 1:

First of all wash your hands properly before washing your face. Do not let the hair fall over your face and tie them with bands and clips while washing your face.

Step 2:

Splash your face with warm water and apply a little amount of cleanser on your palms. Rub that cleanser in your palms and scrub your face in circular motions. You should be spending more time on your chin and nose because they are more prone to blackheads. Cover the entire face with the lather of a glycerin based lather and rinse it thoroughly with warm water.

Step 3:

Pat your face dry with a soft cotton towel. Do not rub you’re your face to hard with it as it may damage your skin.

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