Sorry, you must log in to save an item.
Skin-care doesn’t have to be difficult—a good face cleansing routine includes the best skin-care products and skin treatments for brighter, happier skin.
Your earliest skin-care routine probably consisted solely of skin cleansing. It’s the first step to taking care of your complexion and was likely your introduction to skin-care. In fact, the rest of your skin-care regimen doesn’t work too well without first using the best skin-care products to cleanse, such as face scrubs or pore cleaners. But, not all cleansers are created equal, and it’s important to find the best skin treatments no matter the weather, your lifestyle or your skin type. Here, we’ll breakdown three best facial cleansers to try now — L’Oréal Paris Skin Expert Micellar Water Complete Cleanser, L’Oréal Paris Pure-Sugar Scrubs and L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Cleansers and Masks — and the benefits that each one will have on your skin.
Switching up your skin-care products as the seasons change is a good way to address your skin’s changing issues. In winter, hydration is important so you need products that won’t strip the skin, but in warmer weather, it’s all about getting super-clean. The combination of sweat and pollution can leave your skin dull, even if you’re using the best face cream. Either way, cleansing your face should be the foundation of your skin-care process. A good facial cleanser removes the dirt, excess oil and buildup from the day and preps your skin for the rest of your skin-care routine. But face cleansing goes beyond just soap and water. In fact, there are plenty of skin cleansers and skin cleansing products that can help get you closer to that super-fresh and clean skin.
Here are some skin cleansing products to try:
Try a micellar cleansing water in your skin-care routine if you have sensitive skin. Micellar water is a gentle cleansing skin-care product that removes make-up and dirt while mattifying and purifying your complexion.
With L’Oréal Paris Micellar Water Complete Cleanser, you get complete skin cleansing in one gentle step. You don’t even have to rinse! Just wipe the micellar water over your face with a cotton pad, and the molecules pull dirt and oil from the skin leaving your face clean and prepped for the next step in your skin-care routine. It even removes stubborn waterproof make-up without having to scrub and irritate your skin.
The best skin-care routine includes a cleansing face scrub. A skin-care treatment exfoliating scrub is great for cleansing, and it also removes dead skin from the surface.
Opt for L’Oréal ParisPure-Sugar Scrubs. Combine the cleansing and exfoliating steps in your skin-care routine by reaching for a cleansing face scrub. The sugars in this line help to gently lift and remove dead skin cells while also treating some of your other skin concerns like dullness, oil production and dryness. When used three times a week, a sugar exfoliating scrub can make a huge impact in your skin-care routine while still being ultra-gentle. And they also do double-duty as you can use them on your lips to buff away dry skin. The key is selecting the right scrub for your skin type.
L’Oréal Paris Pure-Sugar Kiwi Scrub for Oily Skin is a luxe combination of kiwi seeds, peppermint and lemongrass oil—plus the three pure sugars that are a staple in face scrubs. The formula is perfect for oily, blemish-prone skin.
Try a cleansing with a face mask for oily skin. Face masks are great for deep cleansing, removing excess oil and are a targeted skin cleansing product to meet your skin’s specific needs.
Try one of the L’Oréal Paris Pure-Clay Masks. As the #1 clay mask brand in Canada, each one deep cleans, pulls impurities from your pores and rebalances skin. Plus, each mask works hard to boost your existing skin-care routine and works best when applied twice a week. Choose from four different masks, each of which were developed with a specific skin type in mind.
You have just asked to unsubscribe to our newsletter
on the follow email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To confirm, please click on ‘unsubscribe’ link