1 Clean Up Every Day With Warm Water And Your Fingertips.
When it comes to cleansing, using any chemical product or using only warm water will do. Boiling water may irritate and dry out delicate skin while cold water may close pores and prevent them from opening and expelling impurities from the system.
- Select a purging arrangement designed specifically to care for sensitive skin while remaining easy to use and wash off.
- To flush away chemicals from your skin, try spraying some water onto it instead of wiping your face clean with a cloth.
- Blot your skin dry using a soft towel without rubbing.
2 Shed Your Skin One Time Each Week.
Select a peeling item with a slightly gritty consistency, such as popcorn kernels or coffee beans, and use this to clean once per week or less often if your skin reacts differently. Take care not to over-peel as this could harm the delicate skin around your mouth.
- Peeling too frequently may result in skin inflammation or dryness.
3 Apply Any Skin Prescription Once Your Face Is Dry Each Day.
Cleanse your face thoroughly with a towel and allow it to air-dry for approximately 30 minutes before applying any skin creams or balms. If medication causes any sort of reaction such as stinging, this indicates your face was still too damp to be properly dried off.