Deep cleansing helps to remove excess build-up of impurities in the skin. Removal of such impurities allows for the natural rejuvenation process to kick in.
Here’s the low-down for what your deep cleansing routine should look like.
1. Remove surface impurities with a cleanser - use Enbacci's Vitis Vinifera Rejuvenating Gel Cleanser for a gentle cleanse.
2. Exfoliate your skin – Whether you have oily or dry skin, it is important to include a scrub in your deep cleansing routine. Scrubs help to exfoliate the skin, removing dead skin cells and other impurities, which cannot be easily achieved with an everyday cleanser. Exfoliating the skin also helps to stimulate skin cell renewal.
3. Use a clay mask – The clay in a clay mask cleans the skin by absorbing dirt, toxins and oils that block the pores. Unblocking the pores not only allows for cleaner skin, but it also means that the skin can better absorb the moisturiser and other skincare products. Furthermore, minerals found in the clay will be absorbed by the skin, which helps to nourish and rejuvenate the skin. Clay masks can also stimulate blood circulation, which again rejuvenates the skin. Enbacci’s Detoxifying Clay Mask is light in colour and when applied, it is clear. This makes doing other activities while waiting to wash off the product easier to do and awkward free. The product leaves the skin feeling smooth, even and hydrated.
4. Balance your skin with a toner – Use Enbacci’s Vitis Vinifera Rejuvenating Essence to help balance out your skin’s natural pH. With added witch hazel, the Vitis Vinifera Rejuvenating Essence has a slight astringency to prevent break-outs and green tea to aid in the prevention of free radical damage.
5. Rehydrate you skin with a good moisturiser – during the deep cleansing process, your skin can lose a lot of moisture, and it is therefore important to replace that lost moisture so that your skin doesn’t dry out or produce excess oil.
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