A good shampoo will make your skin feel softer, more hydrated and even softer, but a good cleanser should also help cleanse and restore the body.
To get the best result from a cleanser, use it on the skin as soon as possible after cleansing, and use the soap after washing your face and body.
Wash your hands thoroughly with soap after using a cleansers hand cleaner and then wipe off the excess with a clean towel.
Avoid using an alcohol-based cleanser as it may cause irritation and irritability.
To help you get rid of any impurities left behind from your previous cleanser use a gentle, low-strength soap or soap-based conditioner with a good amount of water.
To remove makeup and make up, wash your face thoroughly with a soap-free face wash.
To cleanse your hair, shampoo and condition your hair before using a shampoo or conditioner that has a good cleansing power.
Apply a gentle shampoo or lather with a cotton swab to your scalp to remove dead skin cells, and apply a mild, light conditioner to your hair.
To clear the pores, use a shampoo and lather on your face with a light, gentle cleanser or an exfoliating treatment.
To heal any breakouts or breakouts caused by previous treatments, use an anti-inflammatory cream with a gentle cleansing power or apply a cream that has anti-oxidants and anti-fungal properties.
Apply an antiaging moisturizer to your face to give your skin a boost and to remove excess oil.
You can also use a facial mask or facial oil as a gentle way to clear the skin.
Cleanse your hands and face with soap and water and then wash your hands with a fresh water-based lather to remove any impurity left behind.
Apply the cleanser after washing and dry your face.
Apply some of the cleansers cleansing power to your skin to help reduce the appearance of makeup and wrinkles.
Apply your cleanser to the hair, and rinse your hair with water.
If you want to remove the dead skin from your face, use the gentle cleansing cleanser.
Apply shampoo or a conditioner on your scalp, and wash your hair using a fresh, non-irritating water-free rinse.
If possible, apply a hair dryer on the scalp and dry it off thoroughly.
Use a shampoo to apply a condition for the hair to help prevent it from getting irritated or causing irritation.
For best results, apply the conditioner after you wash your skin and apply your cleansers to the skin after cleansing.
To gently cleanse the skin, use your cleansed hands and gently brush your hair over your face until you feel the hair getting softer.
To treat any skin irritation, apply an exhalation cleanser with gentle cleansing powers or a facial oil to the affected areas.
Apply another exhalating cleanser on a hot plate or in a bowl of water, and then apply a gentle lather or facial soap to the irritated areas.
After cleansing your face the next day, apply your shampoo and rinse thoroughly with water to remove residue left behind, then rinse with fresh water to completely dry your skin.
To moisturize the skin of your hands, use moisturizers, soaps and conditioning creams on the palms of your hand, forehead and temples.
Apply conditioner and shampoo on the back of your head, and massage into your scalp with a towel.
For dry skin, apply moisturizers on the face, neck, arms, and legs, then massage into the affected skin.
Apply mild moisturizers to your forehead and face, then use a moisturizer in the hairline area of the face.
To minimize the appearance and severity of acne, apply facial scrubs and/or face masks to the scalp, neck and arms, then apply moisturizer and massage all over the face and neck to remove impurities.
Wash the skin thoroughly with fresh, clean water and apply the moisturizer again.