For many girls who love beauty, going out to make-up is an essential "homework" every day. But every time I remove my makeup, I feel powerless. Not only is my makeup unclean, it is also uncomfortable, and it will affect the makeup effect the next day. Therefore, it is especially important to choose makeup remover and cleansing products that have good cleaning ability and mildness. Economic Daily-China Economic Network Fashion Channel recently learned that in order to help consumers choose suitable makeup and cleansing products, the Shanghai Consumer Protection Commission issued the following tips.
Choose cleaning products based on makeup habits, skin type and time of day
For heavy makeup, consumers can appropriately choose makeup remover products with strong makeup removal capabilities, but if it is only daily light makeup, there is no need to deliberately choose products with strong makeup removal capabilities to avoid damage to the skin caused by excessive makeup removal. Soap-based cleanser has strong cleaning power and is suitable for oily skin. However, even for oily skin, it is only recommended to use this type of cleanser when cleaning at night to avoid frequent damage to the skin barrier. Non-soap-based cleanser has a good moisturizing feeling, and the skin will not feel dry and tight after washing. It is more suitable for dry and sensitive skin.
Use a cotton pad to help remove makeup
The fiber material of the cotton pad is more suitable for the skin texture and helps to clean the skin. When using, pour an appropriate amount of makeup remover on the cotton pad, and then gently apply the cotton pad to the face for about five seconds to fully dissolve the solution and dirt, then massage gently in a circular motion, and finally wipe the foundation. .
It is best to foam before applying the cleanser
Especially for soap-based facial cleansers with strong cleansing power, it is best to foam enough before use to reduce skin irritation caused by too high concentration of cleansing milk; mild cleansers can be applied directly to the face.
(Responsible editor: Wang Luyao)