Are You Using Too Much Cleanser? Try These Money-Saving Tips!

  • Gels or Foaming Cleansers: Never apply your cleansing gel directly on a washcloth because it absorbs much of the product resulting in waste.  Instead, apply with fingertips directly to damp skin, massage in circular motions, rinse well and give a final wipe with a washcloth.
  • Cleansing Lotions: When using a cleansing lotion, always apply it to dry skin. If the skin is wet, it dilutes the cleanser and won’t clean as well. Massage in circular motions, rinse well and give a final wipe with a washcloth.

I suggest using the Renée Rouleau Facial Sponges.

Which cleanser is right for you? Choose your skin type.

Read: Four Skin Care Ingredients Your Facial Cleanser Should Never Contain

Read: The Five WORST Skin Care Products

Read: Gel, Lotion Or Cream: Which Cleanser Is Best?

Read: Is The Clarisonic Brush Harmful Or Helpful To The Skin?

Read: Five Reasons To Wash Your Face Before Bedtime

Which skin care products are best for you? See our nine skin types or take the Skin Type Quiz and get products recommended.

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