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The transformative power of proper facial hygiene

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An essential aspect of our daily beauty and skin health routine is the habit of facial cleansing in the morning and evening. A simple routine like cleansing your face twice a day has a significant impact on the health and appearance of your skin.

Why is it important to cleanse facial skin in the morning?

Eliminates nighttime toxins: While we sleep, our skin goes through a process of repair and elimination of toxins. A morning cleansing helps to remove these impurities, leaving the skin fresh to start the day.

Prepares skin to apply care products: Cleansing your face in the morning also prepares your skin to more effectively absorb care products such as serums, moisturizers and sunscreens.

And at night?

Removes makeup and pollution: During the day, our skin is exposed to external aggressions, from exposure to pollutants and dust to the accumulation of makeup. This daily exposure can clog pores which eventually leads to breakouts, irritation and signs of premature aging.

Promotes cell regeneration: Night is the time when our skin regenerates and repairs itself. By cleaning it properly, we facilitate this natural process.

TUDERMA Tips:

– It is important to select a cleanser that is suitable for your skin type. Tuderma’s Moisturizing Cleansing Gel is an excellent choice for all skin types as it is a gentle and effective cleanser, cleanses your skin and keeps it moisturized.

– Cleanse your skin using gentle circular movements when applying the cleansing gel. This helps to remove dirt and impurities without irritating the skin.

– Don’t forget the neck and hairline as they accumulate oils and dirt.

– Avoid rubbing your skin too hard. The skin on your face is delicate and should be treated with care.

Including morning and evening facial cleansing in your daily routine with an effective cleanser suitable for your skin type, such as Tuderma‘s Moisturizing Cleansing Gel, can make a big difference in the health and appearance of your skin.

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