We all want clean skin, but choosing a product that won't leave it dry and flaky is easier said than done. Get ready to change not only the products you use to cleanse yourself, but also your cleansing routine.
Unlike bar soap from days gone by, today's body cleansers promise to moisturize, deodorize and prevent skin problems. But do the ingredients of body cleansers made for men versus those made for women make a difference, or are these cleansers unisex?
Think the only difference between men's and women's facial cleansers is the packaging? Think again. Men have tougher, oilier skin and need a special formulation to help them take care of the body's largest organ. So just what makes one product different from the other?
If you already have dry skin, the last thing you want to do is make it worse by using the wrong soap. And simply avoiding the shower stall isn't going to help either. So which products will keep you clean without making your skin drier?
There's a cleanser out there for every skin type, and despite what you may have experienced, cleansers for oily skin don't have to be overly drying to work well. You can have clean skin without side effects, but how do you find the right cleanser?
Even without a diagnosis from your doctor, you probably have a good idea if your skin is sensitive. You want to take care of your itchy, irritated or acne-prone skin, but products marketed for sensitive skin don't always work. So what should you use?
For men, looking for an acne cleanser can be difficult, especially since a lot of products are marketed toward women. But how can guys tell the difference between an effective acne remedy and mere overpriced soap that claims to improve complexion?
If you have dry skin, you know that it's itchy, red and possibly very painful. What you may not know, though, is that the cleanser you've been using is actually making your skin worse. What should you be on the lookout for?
Let's face it: Everyone, everywhere should be cleaning their face every day. But soaps can be too harsh on the skin, and cleansers may be getting off the dirt but doing damage elsewhere. So, how do you find the cleanser for you? We'll tell you.