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    Cleansing and Sensitive/ Eczema prone Skin

    Cleansing is essential for sensitive and eczema-prone skin to remove irritants, maintain healthy skin barrier, prevent infections, and enhance the effectiveness of skincare treatments.

    The “Duo cleansing” steps to build skin resilience

    (Step 0 and Step 1)

    Can Cleansers replace Makeup remover? Or vis-versa? Makeup remover and cleanser serve different purposes in a skincare routine, and while makeup remover can help remove makeup and certain impurities from the skin's surface, it typically cannot fully replace a cleanser.

    Makeup Remover Removes Makeup:
    Makeup removers are specifically designed to dissolve and remove makeup, including foundation, mascara, lipstick, and eyeshadow. They are effective at breaking down cosmetic products and helping you wipe them away. The Atorrege AD+ makeup removers are designed to dissolve oil-based heavy makeups with minimal rubbing necessary.

    Cleanser Cleanses the Skin: Cleansers
    are formulated to clear away dirt, sweat, excess oil, and other impurities that accumulate on the skin throughout the day. The Atorrege AD+ cleansers work beyond cleansing your skin but also maintaining skin’s natural moisture balance. You will have a clean skin canvas that allows best benefit from subsequent skincare products.

    Here are some tips on choosing a facial cleansing product for sensitive skin:

    1. Choose a Gentle, Fragrance-Free Makeup Remover: look for products that are free of harsh chemicals and fragrances.

    2. Read Ingredient Labels: avoid products that contain known irritants or allergens.

    3. Patch Test: before using a new makeup remover on your entire face, perform a patch test. Apply a small amount of the product to a discreet area of your skin, like the inner forearm, and wait 24 hours to see if there is any adverse reaction, such as redness, itching, or burning.

    4. Use Minimal Pressure: be gentle and avoid excessive rubbing or scrubbing. 5. Avoid Rubbing the Eye Area: the skin around the eyes is particularly delicate. Use a separate makeup remover designed for the eyes and be very gentle when removing eye makeup to avoid pulling or tugging on the skin.

    6. Rinse Thoroughly: after using a makeup remover, rinse your face with lukewarm water to remove any residual product. Leftover makeup remover can potentially irritate the skin if not properly rinsed.

    7. Moisturize After Cleansing: after using a makeup remover and cleanser, apply a gentle,hydrating moisturizer to help maintain the skin's moisture balance.

    8. Consult a Dermatologist: If you have particularly sensitive skin or if you experience frequent skin irritation, consider consulting a dermatologist. They can recommend specific products and provide guidance on how to care for your sensitive skin.