The Benefits Of A Cold Water Skin Splash


A good skin tip that I share with my clients is that after cleansing the skin, give a final rinse or just splash your skin with cold water, as this offers several benefits to the skin.

-Cold water will temporarily constrict the opening of the pores, making large pores appear smaller. (Read: What’s The Best Way To Shrink Large Pores?)

-This gives a “tight” feeling to the skin for those that like that sensation. (Read: Should Your Skin Feel Tight After Washing?)

-Reduces post-shower redness by constricting capillaries and fades the flush in the skin. (Read: My Skin Gets Red And Flushed In The Summer — What Should I Do?)

-It may help your products absorb better because when the capillaries instantly constrict, it creates a pulling effect on the skin, which may help to pull your products deeper into the skin, allowing for increased and enhanced results. (Read: Skin Fact: Moist Skin Is More Permeable Skin)

So next time you are finished cleansing your skin, remember all the benefits that can be revealed with a simple splash!

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