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Mousse Exquise - ECLAE Mousse Exquise - ECLAE

98 % natural origin ingredients

Mousse Exquise


Mon Baume Nettoyant Démaquillant - ECLAE Mon Baume Nettoyant Démaquillant - ECLAE

99 % natural origin ingredients

Mon Baume Nettoyant Démaquillant


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Reusable cotton pads

Eau Micellaire Douceur Exquise - ECLAE Eau Micellaire Douceur Exquise - ECLAE

95 % natural origin ingredients

Eau Micellaire Douceur Exquise


NOUVELLE Eau Micellaire Douceur Exquise - ECLAE NOUVELLE Eau Micellaire Douceur Exquise - ECLAE

95 % natural origin ingredients

Eau Micellaire Douceur Exquise


Pink Algae

Risks of poorly cleansed skin

Over the course of the day, our skin is assaulted by many aggressors linked to our environments and our lifestyles. Air that is saturated with particles, the use of overly concealing make-up, and perspiration are all factors that can clog the pores of the epidermis. As a result, the skin can’t breathe, becomes oxidised and fatigued and loses its radiance. This can even lead to the appearance of pimples, redness, irritation and a dried-out face, which in turn can cause the skin to age prematurely. Its protective barrier is continuously assaulted and eventually weakens.

Thoroughly cleansing your epidermis, according to your skin type and its needs, is how you free it from all the aggressive elements that it has to fight. Once it is clean, your skin can rest, recharge and renew its cells.

Facial cleansers: The right products, the right motions

A good facial cleanser detoxifies and oxygenates the skin. It is rich in antioxidants like vitamin E, certain fruit or vegetable extracts, or Pink Algae of Camargue. These active agents work to eliminate impurities clogging the pores and reform a protective shield around your skin, to reinforce its weakened acid mantle.

The contents of your optimal cleansing and make-up removing products will depend on your skin type and its specific needs. Skin that’s in need of a radiance boost will appreciate cleansers that are rich in natural acids which will gently exfoliate and energise it. Conversely, oily or blemish-prone skin will do better with an astringent or sebum-regulating facial cleanser.

Make-up removers and cleansers come in foams, gels, balms, oils and creams. Each kind has its own advantages, so the choice is up to you. Foams and micellar water are lighter, while oils and balms allow for longer, stimulating massages. You should rinse your face with lukewarm water that’s not too hard, so as not to shock your skin. Cotton pads can help, so long as you don’t rub your skin too hard, choose pads that are made with good materials and wash them correctly (if they are reusable).

Face care to cleanse and soothe your skin

While it’s important to remove your make-up and cleanse your face, these steps are far from enough to soothe your skin and give it everything it needs. Once you’ve cleansed it, your skin requires nourishment and hydration. Build a skincare regimen that includes several face care products with properties that complement the action of your make-up remover.

Once or twice a week, you can follow your cleanser with a scrub and then a moisturising, nourishing mask, to remove any remaining dead skin cells from your face and take care of the epidermis underneath.

We recommend using a moisturiser after cleansing your face, because a cleanser can be a little aggressive on the skin, especially if you have sensitive skin. A moisturising cream, day cream or night cream will soothe your skin and also help it to regenerate. Your cream can also be restorative or offer a variety of other benefits. This is the case with anti-ageing creams for example, which not only soothe the skin but also fill in wrinkles and prevent their further appearance.

Wrap up your face care routine with a restorative eye contour product and a radiance-enhancing serum for deep-down action and a vibrant face!

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