Should the Kalme cleanser replace my facial wash and make up removers?

Modified on Wed, 4 Jul, 2018 at 3:44 PM

Yes totally. You should use the Kalme Cream Cleanser in replacement of all other cleansers, make up removers and/or washes.

If you have rosacea you should generally  try to avoid using any foaming washes, exfoliants or make up remover detergents on your face. 

Avoiding anything that requires you to use water at all can really help rosacea

Why is water-free cleansing better for red and sensitive skin?


If you have rosacea, cleaning your skin too often with water or using chemical make-up removers may make it worse.


Many people with rosacea admit to washing their faces several times a day in order to try and help their skin feel clean and fresh.


However if you are suffering from rosacea, washing your face twice daily with warm water can actually make your skin worse rather than better.


Why is water troublesome for rosacea?


Water evaporates on the skin, making it dry out quickly, meaning that skin prone to dryness will suffer.


In addition any sudden temperature changes to the skin, such as washing with warm or cold water, can cause rosacea to flare up as the temperature change increases circulation to the surface of the skin.


Water is also a caustic substance, making it fairly abrasive to sensitive skin.

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