Skincare Routine | Water-Based Cleansers

Sunday 6 May 2018
As I talked about first cleansers on my previous post, today I'll be updating you guys on my current opened water-based cleansers that I use for my everyday morning and evening routines so let's get started!

For morning cleansers, they are usually lightweight, foamed up mildly, non-drying hence I'm back with another  tube of COSRX Low pH Good Morning Gel Cleanser! I've finished my first tube back in September and as I need a low pH cleanser in my current routine, I decided to open my back up. I know the name says Morning but I do actually use this for evening if I were to just stay at home all day long.

Another favourite of mine; THE FACE SHOP Rice Water Bright Cleansing Foam is coming back to my routine as it's going to expire next year (yes, at this point I'm going to say outright I'm going to stop buying backups as I do have a lot in my stash so no backup necessary) but I won't worry about finishing up this one as I'm sharing it with my brother. Of course, it's because we're sharing the whole bathroom.

A recent addition to my morning routine is the LANEIGE Fresh Calming Gel Cleanser. Now this is something that I've gotten myself the day when I had allergic reactions due to food poisoning; skin inflamed and itchiness was taking all over my skin so I rushed to LANEIGE counter in Imago, KK and gotten this cleanser because I remember trying its samples and quite liking it for its gentle and non-drying features. I've been using this a lot especially the past week.

Cleansers for my night routine are usually much intense compared to my morning cleansers as they need to remove the residue from the first cleansers as well. They are also high in pH therefore I'll be needing pH adjusting toner as a first step after cleansing. These cleansers can sometimes making my skin feel really dry at times so I usually follow up with hydrating toners. 

I've gotten that Dr.Jart+ Dermaclear Micro Foam along with its sister; the Micro Water because I'd like to see how they work together. This doesn't dry out my skin at all as it is mild and the foam isn't thick. I do think this cleanses well and I'd be sure to use it more to see its performance.

The same goes with Heimish All Clean White Clay Foam; I've gotten this as I want to use it with its cleansing balm sister. I haven't used this enough to tell how it really performs so I'll update on this cleanser later. 

The last but not least, Althea Bare Essentials Contour Cleanser that I've got from Althea Korea in Blogger Mail last month. Do check out yesterday's post on it but I'm going to say that I love the refreshing verbena scent!

Now, if you're skincare beginner, I bet you're confused as to why do I need so many different cleansers? It goes without saying that you won't be needing this many for a single person usage  and it's just that it's in my nature as someone who blogs about beauty, I just love trying different products within one period of time (in my case, 6 months) to see what works, what doesn't. I will say that it's important to listen to your skin's needs and make sure to maintain your skin barrier well so if you have rather sensitive skin, I'm definitely not recommending for you to juggle facial cleansers.

I guess that's all from me! Let me know your favourite cleansers in the comment section below and I'll see you guys on my next post. Annyeong~

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