If you usually reach for a mild, foaming cleanser, yet your face feels tight on some spots, you might be washing away your skin’s natural moisture along with the product. Use a micellar cleansing water, a mild solution that removes impurities without requiring you to rinse. Remember that skin changes, so it’s a good measure to rotate cleansers depending on how dry or irritated it is.
2. Toner in a spray bottle
For a more refreshing way to use toner, place your toner in a spray bottle, pop it in the fridge, and spritz on your face after patting it dry post-wash. Use a cotton ball afterwards to remove excess product.
3. Serum in between toning and moisturizing
Serums have a concentrated dose of nourishing ingredients to better address skin issues, such as blemishes or dryness. Tap serum to avoid wasting the pricey product on the palm of your hand.
4. Deep cleansing wipes that double as an exfoliator
The more you use makeup or the longer you're exposed to harsh elements outside, the more important it becomes to take care of your skin religiously. When you’re about to fall face first on the bed after a long day (and night), cleanse and get makeup and dirt off your face with NIVEA 3-in-1 Deep Cleansing Exfoliating Wipes. The soft side removes makeup and cleanses your face gently with a few swipes, while the textured side exfoliates dead skin cells with minimal effort. The wipes are also infused with Magnolia extracts to get rid of impurities, so there’s no need to use another makeup remover after. Win-win.
NIVEA 3-in-1 Deep Cleansing Exfoliating Wipes are available at Watsons, SM, and leading department stores for PHP144 per pack. To know more, check NIVEA PH on Facebook.