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Skin Cleanser: Natural and Herbal Body Cleanser

Don't spend money on expensive cleansers, because a cleanser is going to be on your skin for only a few seconds before being rinsed away. Save your beauty cash for moisturizers, sunscreen, intensive treatments, and other products that will sit on your skin for a while.

No matter what your skin type, excess sebum, grime, make-up, sunscreen and other impurities can become imbedded in skin, clogging your pores and dulling your complexion. For this reason, it's important to wash your face at least twice a day.

Look for a cleanser that suits your skin type. Check a product's label for descriptive terms: Words such as strong and potent indicate a high-powdered formula good for oiler skins, while words such as gentle and mild hint at products suitable for drier complexions.

Cleansing Tip - Get into a daily routine of washing your face at right to cleanse your skin of the impurities that may have built up during the day.

Soap also acts as a skin and body cleanser

Many skin-care experts claim you must never use soap on your face, while many doctors routinely tell their patients that soap is fine. I'm caught in the middle here. I personally think soap is great is a great, inexpensive option for blemished or oily skin and I know more than one doctor who has prescribed antibacterial soap to their acne-ravaged patients. However, soap is drying, if you have a normal or a dry skin complexion you are better off with something else.

Complexion bars look like soap, but they are actually mild cleansers in bar form. Look for individual formulas targeting oily, normal or dry complexions.

Liquid and cream cleansers for cleansing the face and skin

Liquid cleansers - sometimes called cleansing milks, cleansing lotions or cleansing gels - have the consistency of thin to moderately thick body lotions. To use, spread a small amount over dry or damp skin, then wipe off with a damp face cloth or rinse off with lukewarm water.

Depending on your age, you probably remember seeing your mothers or grandmother use cold cream; this thick, luxurious cream is rubbed into the skin, where it melts make-up, excess sebum and dirt. It is then wiped off with dry tissues or a slightly damp washcloth. Because of its heavy, oily nature, cold cream is always best-suited to dry skin.

Sebum production speeds up in the summer, which contributes to grimy "summer skin". You may want to sneak in an extra daily cleansing during warm weather.

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