As I mentioned earlier this month in our newsletter, the top 4 skin care products in our office are 15% off through the month of June.
Choosing what skin care line is best for you takes time. Getting to know what your skin likes takes time. As you go through the process of fine tuning these regimes, you should take time to understand what you are really feeding your skin.
Over the next couple of weeks I will teach you what to look for in your cleansers, exfoliators, serums and moisturizers. Today we will start with looking at cleansers.
The Infusing Cleanser has always been a top selling product in my office. It is our most gentle cleanser, is wonderful for all skin types and popular for men and women. It is “infused” with RoseHip Seed Oil, Olive Oil, 70+essential oils, and seaweed extract.
Not a whole lot to it, just simple, active ingredients.
Now, what should you look for in a cleanser? If you have read my book “7 Ways To Look Younger Without Undergoing The Knife”, you know that you have already been told to not use “soap”. You want to use a cleanser designed specifically for the face. You want to remove dirt, debris, makeup, and unnecessary oils, all with out stripping your skin of its good oils and natural moisture. A well-designed facial cleanser will do just that. Unfortunately, many facial cleansers aren’t well designed.
One of the best gauges that you can use to measure the quality of your facial cleanser is if it contains sodium laurel sulfate. This is an extremely common ingredient in cleansers, but it is an extremely harsh detergent used in car washes and garage floor cleaners. I am just guessing……but, I think that you wouldn’t use a garage floor cleaner on your face. So if your cleanser lists sodium laurel sulfate as an ingredient, throw it away and find another. Look for cleansers that contain natural oils like rose hip seed and olive oil. These remove dirt while helping to maintain your skins natural moisture levels.