Moisturizers: 4 formulas. 4 concerns.

Moisturizers: 4 formulas. 4 concerns.

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Thorough cleansing is an essential first step in any skincare routine. Whether you're partial to a double cleanse, or you prefer a single-step solution like a micellar water, it's crucial to remove impurities, pollution, makeup, and sebum, before your skin can benefit from the next products.

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What are the different types of cleansers?

There are many different types of cleansers and each has its specific benefits: micellar water, cleansing oil, cleansing milk, cleansing balm, eye makeup remover and solid cleansing bars.

How should you choose a cleanser?

The ideal cleansing method is the one you will use consistently and thoroughly, and that is adapted to your skin typology. Our purifying care is made for oily skin, while our hydrating cleanser is best suited for dry skin. To find out which cleanser is ideal for your skin typology, take our 4-minute Skin Diagnostic.

What is the difference between cleanser and makeup remover?

Facial cleansers remove dirt and excess oil from the skin. They are formulated with water and active ingredients. Make-up removers are composed of fatty substances like oil. They remove makeup, skin impurities and pollutants.

Cleansing Milk vs. Micellar Water

Cleansing milk has an unctuous, lotion-like texture, and is suitable for sensitive skin, while the micellar water is very fluid, and suitable for combination to oily skin.

Cleansing Milk vs. Makeup Remover Oil

The makeup remover oil is ideal for melting makeup and cleansing skin of impurities. It is suitable for all skin typologies. Cleansing milk is a creamy texture, ideal for sensitive and reactive skin.