Hair is a great source of vitamins and antioxidants, and there are many great beauty routines out there.
But there’s one routine that I find myself using all the time: The Skin-care Remedy!
A lot of people have the idea that skincare is just an afterthought for their skin, and that they should just brush their face twice a day.
This is absolutely not true, and a lot of skincares you may have heard of will actually be really effective for your skin.
So what are some of the best skin-cleansers?
There are many different brands of skin-scrubbers out there, but I’m going to focus on two of the most popular: Clarins Perfect Face Brush and the new, innovative Clarins Essence.
Both are really good, but the Essence comes with a little extra stuff to help with irritation.
The Perfect Face brush will remove any stubborn, greasy or oil-laden makeup that’s sticking to your face.
It’s great for people with oily or oily skin, because it won’t leave residue on your face or body.
The Essence comes in a spray form and is perfect for those with oily, dry or combination skin.
It is a very gentle cleansing, and can help remove excess oil from your skin in a matter of minutes.
I’ve had some great results using this for days on end.
It leaves my face clean and shiny, and is very easy to use.
Another tip I really like about this product is that it can be used to cleanse pores, so you can make sure you get enough product on your skin before going out to the barbershop to get your makeup done.
It also works well for dry, sensitive skin.
I would definitely recommend this product if you have dry skin or oily or combination acne.
If you’re not a fan of the Essence, I have to admit that I actually love the Clarins Beauty Elixir, and the Clarinus Beauty Elixir is really the best cleanser I’ve used.
It does leave my skin feeling super soft and smooth, and has a lot more anti-aging benefits than the Essence.
I have oily skin with a lot going on, and it is so easy to clean and remove that I am super impressed with this product.
The Beauty Elixir has a ton of different uses, so I won’t go into too much detail about it, but it’s a great cleansing product for dry or sensitive skin that will remove all the oil that is stuck to your skin from your face and body.
It has a pH of 4.5 and a great texture, so it is gentle on the skin and feels great to use and doesn’t leave oily residue.
I really do recommend this for those who are trying to get their face and/or body into shape, as it is a lot easier to use than the Clarina Beauty Elixir.
I’m going on vacation this week, so this is probably my last post before I go to Europe.
I’m hoping to get back into skincaria in a few weeks, and I’m looking forward to trying out some of these skincars that have been in my possession for years.
Have you tried any of these products?
If so, what are your favorite products?
Let me know in the comments below!
And for more great skin-health posts, check out The Essential Beauty Beauty and Beauty Care Guide and The Beauty Health Guide