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Best beauty secret, Oil Cleanses Oil

A good facial cleanser will cleanse the skin without stripping it of its natural oils. It will also be gentle enough to use every day without irritating your skin or causing breakouts.

Best Facial Cleanser: Oil Cleanses

Our face is the first thing people see. So it should be taken care of and nourished with products that are safe for our skin type, accessible for daily use to cleanse and remove dirt from your pores.

Ujjayi Deep facial cleanser is a skincare product used to remove make-up, dead skin cells, oil, dirt, and other types of pollutants from the skin, helping to keep pores clear. Ujjayi Deep Facial Cleanser contains gentle ingredients that will not irritate sensitive skin or cause acne breakouts. Ujjayi Deep facial cleanser will  leave your skin feeling fresh and hydrated at the same time. This formula treats acne.

But what exactly is an oil cleanser?

An oil cleanser is a product that contains oil, which you use to remove your makeup and cleanse your skin. It's essentially like a face wash, but the consistency is more like an oil. There are different types of oils used in cleansers — some include coconut, almond, sunflower seed, jojoba and rose hip oils. Some have essential oils mixed in so they smell nice too!

Why should you use an oil cleanser?

First off, let's talk about why this method of cleansing is so good for your skin: The biggest reason why you should be using an oil cleaner regularly is because it removes makeup better than water-based face washes do. Water-based products can't pick up all the dirt on your face — especially if you wear waterproof mascara or long-lasting lipstick or eyeshadow.

How to use Ujjayi Facial Cleanser: The mixture is applied to the face and massaged gently into the skin using upward motions dissolving a days work away from the surface of the skin. Wash off with warm water.

Follow by using Ujjayi Moisturizer of Oil Serum


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