What is Double Cleansing?
You may hear or be advised to double cleanse as part of your skincare routine. It is quite self-explanatory in the fact that you use two cleansers, instead of one.
The first cleanse is to remove makeup and any other products you may have put on your skin. The second is for a deeper cleanse to ensure the skin is completely clear.
You can either use two different cleansers for this as they do different things or use the same cleanser. Either way, it doesn’t really make a lot of difference and is a personal choice.
When cleansing, make sure you are not rubbing the skin or dragging it. If you feel as though your skin feels sensitive from doing a double cleanse then stick to just one, as it’s important not to irritate the skin.
The Lucy Bee Cleanser contains:
Turmeric – due to the anti-bacterial properties in turmeric it can help to soothe and heal the skin and help reduce redness.
Coconut Oil – the secret to removing even the most stubborn waterproof mascara due to the fatty acids.
Passion Flower Oil and Bisabolol - protect the skin against daily environmental stresses.
Grapeseed Oil - contains linoleic acid which helps the skin stay hydrated and nourished after cleansing.
Lucy, CIBTAC accredited beauty therapist.
About Lucy Bee Limited
Any information provided by us is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. We always recommend referring your health queries to a qualified medical practitioner. Members of the Lucy Bee team can only offer their best advice.
Lucy Bee is a lifestyle brand selling skincare and soap products all completely free from palm oil and with minimal use of plastic. Lucy Bee is concerned with Fair Trade, organic, ethical and sustainable living, recycling and empowering people to make informed choices and select quality, natural products for their skin.
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