Beauty Guide: Cleanser

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cleanser I am excited to share with all of you my new mini series on my blog. I have decided to create a 'Men's Beauty Guide' to help my fellow gentlemen create a fantastic skincare routine. So many cosmetics can be very confusing, so I am here to help guide you through the pros of using these products and to hopefully teach you a few things on the way.

This post is all about cleansers, which should always be the first product that you apply in your regime, Cleansers are an essential for when you want to give your face the care that it deserves. It helps remove any dirt or grime that you have on your face and creates a perfectly clean base for you to apply your next product. I have three cleansers here which are great for different skin types.

Kiehl's Ultra Facial Cleanser - £15 This product is great if you have sensitive skin like me. Some of you may not know that I suffer from Psoriasis and I occasionally break out around my eyes and this cleanser has been a saviour for me. It has a very soft creamy consistency and creates a light foam when you rub it into your face. As I have sensitive skin, I can find that some products really irritate my face, and the Kielh's Ultra Facial Cleanser always leaves my skin feeling super soft and squeaky clean.

Nip + Fab Glycolic Fix - £7.95 This next product is perfect if your face need a deep clean. I have used quite a few Nip + Fab products and I love their parent company, Rodial. I personally use this item around once a week when my face needs a thorough cleanse. It contains olive oil which will hydrate your skin and the glycolic acid helps re-texture and resurface any blemishes or imperfections that you may have. If you have a normal skin type then this product is perfect for you.

Lancome Eau Micellaire Douceur - £23.50 I have included this product by Lancome because it works for all skin types. If you wear anything on your face then make sure you pick this up. This cleanser is a water, so instead of applying it directly to your face, you use a cotton pad to gently wipe your face and it removes any make-up and dirt. This product is the most expensive out of the three but it is a huge bottle and it will last such a long time.

I hope you have enjoyed reading this guide on cleansers and I am looking forward to my next post which will be about exfoliators. If you need to ask any questions or have any tips then make sure to tell me on my social media pages!

:)

Nathan Dalby