Skincare is an essential part of any daily routine, and washing your face is an essential part of any skincare routine. Exfoliating is one of the best things you can do for your face, but did you know that you can exfoliate at the same time that you wash your face? Using an exfoliating cleanser is a great way to wash your face and get rid of dry or dead skin at the same time. So let’s dive deep into exfoliating cleansers so you can decide whether it’s the right choice for your skincare routine.
What is an exfoliating cleanser?
An exfoliating cleanser is a facial cleanser that has a built-in exfoliator. This is usually in the form of granules or powder, and can help you to regularly buff away dry and dead skin while you wash your face, making it a great choice for people who are on the go and want to get the most out of their skincare routine.
What exfoliating cleanser is best to use?
We carry two amazing exfoliating Powder Face Cleansers for you to use. The first is our super popular Papaya Powder Face Cleanser. Papaya is a naturally brightening ingredient, so pairing this nutrient dense cleanser with a natural exfoliator was a no brainer. The other is our Charcoal Powder Face Cleanser. This cleanser is great for detoxing and exfoliating, and works great for people trying to help heal impurities.
Why should you use an exfoliating cleanser?
An exfoliating facial cleanser is a great product to work into your regular skincare routine. This is a great option, especially if you have particularly dry skin. This is a great way to make sure that you’re regularly getting rid of dry skin, dead skin, and any toxins you don’t want hanging out, so that you can gain the natural benefits of the other ingredients in the cleanser, such as papaya, or the ingredients in other products you use in your regular skincare routine.
Need a hydrating cleanser to work into your routine on days you don’t exfoliate? Try our new Aloe E Cleanser!
Disclaimer: Keep in mind that results from this product may vary. Use only as directed, and always consult a dermatologist before beginning any new skincare regimen. Stop and discontinue use if any irritation lasts longer than a few days.
About the author:
Halle Homel is currently based in Southern California, where she spends her time with her family and dog, Lassen when she’s not traveling. She spends her free time exploring new places, practicing yoga, and working on her blog, Halle’s Wandering Soul. Follow her on Instagram @halleswanderingsoul