Korean method: why everyone loves double facial cleansing Korean method: why everyone loves double facial cleansing

Korean method: why everyone loves double facial cleansing

The success of double cleaning is here, it's no longer worth doing it in one step. With current levels of pollution, double cleansing seems to be a must. You will have seen the wonderful skin of Korean women. Let's see how to do it now!

The results of Asian beauty routines are indisputable. Smooth, bright, and soft faces are the product of rigorous and proven methods, among which double facial cleansing stands out.

Every day there are more followers of this procedure that promises flawless skin.

Korean method: why everyone loves double facial cleansing

Double cleansing is a two-step cleansing method made popular in Korean skincare routine.

So what is double facial cleansing?

It's a cleaning system that meets two phases. This method is excellent for any skin type. By treating the different types of impurities separately, the cleansing is much more thorough and a radiant and immaculate complexion is achieved. Also, it minimizes the appearance of spots and blackheads and improves the texture.


First phase: An oily medium

Start with an oil-based cleanser, like micellar water.

At first, an oil-based cleanser is used to remove makeup, as well as cosmetic residues. The reason is that the fat present in sunscreen and various makeup products can dissolve better in an oily medium.


Second phase: deep cleaning

The second step removes water-based substances such as bacteria, sweat, and dead skin cells.

In the second phase, it's sought to clean deeply, removing dead cells, pollution, and dirt with a water-based product. In this case, the alternatives can be gels, exfoliating soap, and cleansing mousses.

Last phase: facial self-massage

Last phase: facial self-massage 

 A one or two-minute facial self-massage promotes blood circulation and contributes to the glow of the skin. Massage the face in the direction of the muscles. Start below the cheekbones and use the knuckles of the first two fingers. Then, with the yolks, massage the area around the eyes, starting at the bridge of the nose and working outwards, towards the temple. Rinse and pat dry with the towel.

Aniela Dybiec

Aniela is a writer who loves art, makeup, and magick. She is also an amateur illustrator, a wellness fan and a vegetarian.+ info

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