After a few days, social media gave birth to a new trend. Small videos about makeup, fashion became popular. It can be seen that the same thing may be shown differently by each person. This is most common with skin care.Recently, bloggers are also rushing to wash their face twice.
This process of cleaning the face twice has basically started from last November.
Everyone is choosing a moisturizer according to their preferences. Six to seven days ago, Indian actress Kriti Shanon shared a similar video on Instagram about washing her face. Remove the makeup by first massaging with an oil-based cleanser, then wash the entire face with a face wash. A week ago, Indian actress Deepika Padukone
shared a video of herself washing her face with Lotus Facewash during the campaign
for her brand 82E.This practice of washing your face twice is known as double cleansing on social media.
Even if you personally don’t follow TikTok or Instagram trends, you can try this one
thing, it will bring positive results for the skin. First, massage the skin with an
oil-based cleanser, bram or micellar water in a gentle, circular motion. Wipe the face after the massage. Then wash your face with face wash according to your skin.
Dermatologist Sharmeen Kochi said, ‘During the first cleaning, the dirt or makeup on the skin will be gone. The next time you wash your skin with a face wash, the dirt will be removed from the very innermost pores of the skin.” Sharmeen Kochi says, “We usually shampoo twice while washing our hair. The dirt on the hair is washed off for the first time. Then the dirt of the scalp is taken out. We wash the hair in the
same way after rebonding. Applying a face wash to remove dirt from the face and washing it off immediately
will not do; It is necessary to massage in circular motion for some time. Deepika Padukone applied face wash for 1 minute and massaged it.” This method is ideal for those who wear makeup every day. You can do this in the morning and at night as suggested by Sharmin Kochi. If you don’t have time, do it at night. For dry skin, use a cream-based face wash after an oil-based cleanser. For oily skin, cleanse the face with a foaming cleanser followed by an oil-based cleanser or micellar water.
For oily skin or sensitive skin—cleanse your face with a medicated cleanser after
using a cleanser that contains oil.