Having a sensitive skin is like doing a game. You need a compact strategy. Before that, you need to know what gun and bullet that fits you best. I tried and learned on some cleansing methods over several products. Yes bcs cleansing process is the root of a healthy skin. It's really like doing a game rite (bcs i avoid myself of using prescripted skin care from dermatologist or skin clinic).
Now im currently having these products as my evening routines whenever i get home after the rush hours outside.
I consider this methods suited when you have a heavy make up on the face.
Step 1 (L'Oreal Eye & Lip Make Up Remover & Too Cool For School Remover Stick)
Make sure you cleanse your eye & lip make up with the exact remover. Take attention to every details with the remover stick.
Step 2 (Wardah Olive Oil, Tammia Soft-Sided Facial Brush, & cotton pads)
Instead of using cleansing milk, i personally prefer olive oil. Gently brush your face with a circular motion. Olive oil, cleansing milk, or baby oil will exuviate the heavy layer of foundation or bb cream. After that, wipe the rest of it with cotton pads.
Step 3 (Sebamed Clear Face Antibacterial Cleansing Foam & Tammia Facial Derma Brush)
So far, this sebamed foam is the purrfect solution for me. Cure and prevent acne and suitable for sensitive and acne prone skin. It also helps irritated or inflamed skin to regenerate and leaves my face soft and supple. Again, gently brush your face with the derma brush with circular motions. Then allow the foam to penetrate the skin for 3 minutes (state in the instruction details) before rinsing thouroughly with water.
That's what i always do with my face before going to bed. Easy peasy?
See u soon!