Aviance: Tools You Can Use for Better Cleansing of Your Skinmaine
March 7, 2018
What are the different useful tools for a thorough cleansing of the face?
- Pore cleansing pad
- Konjac Sponge
- Pore cleaning brushes
- Standard brush
Maintaining a clear and acne-free skin can be difficult due to the various possible causes of acne. Despite numerous methods of eradicating these blemishes, these bumps and marks seem to take forever to fade away!
Contributing factors that affect the skin’s condition such as menstruation for women, hormonal imbalance, stress, use of cosmetics with certain harmful ingredients. One effective way of combatting these pesky blemishes is by ensuring that your face is clean using the various effective skin care products by Aviance.
Washing the face in the morning and before going to bed is one of the basic steps to remove dirt build-up which could cause whiteheads, blackheads, and pimples. However, sometimes simply washing of the face with water and cleanser is still insufficient. Even after a deep cleanse with your favorite facial cleanser, there may still be tiny dirt particles stuck inside the pores. This is especially true if you’re exposed to extreme pollution or are wearing makeup.
These dirt sediments may not be much, but it may be enough to clog and infect a pore which could eventually develop into a pimple. This is why the skincare industry is constantly developing new products and ways to thoroughly cleanse all types of skin. Here are some of those cleansing aids you may want to try!
Pore Cleansing Pad
A silicone pad has tiny bristles that are firm enough to brush away dirt particles that are clogging the pores. At the same time, these bristles are also soft enough to massage the skin without applying too much pressure which could be damaging to the skin.
The recommended method of using this is by applying your favorite cleanser as you normally would. Afterward, massage the silicone pad in a circular motion to exfoliate the skin and brush away the build-up of dirt and dead skin cells.
For a gentler approach to deep cleansing, especially for those with sensitive skin, konjac sponges can remove the debris and dead skin cells on the surface of the skin. This tool is extremely gentle on the skin that it can be used even on sensitive parts of the face like on the eyelids and under eyes.
This sponge is also easy to use. If the sponge is new, wet it for 10 to 20 minutes prior to the cleansing session. Squeeze out the excess water from the sponge then dab in your favorite facial cleanser then scrub your skin.
Pore Cleansing Brush
This skincare tool stands out among the rest with its densely packed bristles that are extremely soft. Such elements can provide the skin its needed exfoliation along with a mild massage. Due to its velvety feel to the skin, it is highly recommended for clearing the pores of those who have severely sensitive skin.
There are different variations of this tool which consumers could choose from.
The first is a simple pore cleansing brush with soft bristles. This variant does not move or rotate, unlike the other variants of pore cleansing brushes. Due to its compact size and light-weight feature, this cleansing brush is perfect to carry during trips.
Compared to the first variant, a rotating pore cleansing brush can purify the skin up to six times more than the standard variant. Through sonic technology, this brush oscillates around to dislodge the dirt and dead skin cells building up on the skin.
With its gentle circular motion, the skin is softened, smoothened and has acquired a subtle natural radiance. More importantly, the pores are cleansed and even minimized by the brush. In order to cater to various skin types, there are different brush heads allotted specifically for normal, sensitive, and acne-prone skin.
The last variant is a vibrating pore cleansing brush and can either have a circular or triangular shape. The vibration in combination with the velvet soft bristles not only cleanse the pores of the skin but also massages the facial muscles to promote blood circulation. A triangular-shaped brush head works well for the T-zone area and the various corners of the face.
When using any variant of a pore cleansing brush, you can either apply the product directly to your face or on the bristles of the brush.
Do keep in mind to use a light hand when using any of these tools and make sure you don’t over cleanse your face. Doing so can strip off the natural oils produced by your skin. Whichever cleaning tool you try out, make sure you choose the right product that is suitable for your skin type.