The more skincare products on the market, then you also have to be more careful in choosing facial cleansing products. There are many facial cleansers that you can rely on, one of which is a milk cleanser and oil cleanser. Well, these two products can be used to clean makeup. If you are still confused about these two products, here are the differences in milk cleanser and oil cleanser.
Milk cleanser is a combination of emulsion and oil so that it is suitable for use as a facial cleanser that is able to remove the rest of the makeup and other residues from the skin. This milk cleanser is soft, moist and non-foaming. This cleanser is suitable for you who have normal-combination skin. In addition, this milk cleanser will feel comfortable when worn and easy to use to clean your face. You do not need to use tissue or cotton when cleaning milk cleansers so that the skin does not feel rough and irritated when wearing it. However, this milk cleanser can only be used to lift non-waterproof makeup. So, you have to use eye makeup remover and lip makeup remover to clean waterproof mascara and matte lipstick.
A good oil cleanser used for dry-sensitive skin. The content of coconut oil in the oil cleanser functions as an anti-inflammatory to cleanse makeup and dirt on the face. The oil cleanser makes the skin clean, supple and moist. However, this oil cleanser is difficult to clean when exposed to water so that the remaining oil can be a barrier when you use skincare. Then it would be better if you do a double cleansing using a gel or milk cleanser then rinsed with facial foam so that the rest of the makeup is perfectly lifted.
If you want to avoid skin irritation and redness when cleaning makeup, you can use an oil cleanser because the formula is soft. However, always make sure to do a double cleansing with facial foam and toner to clean the remaining makeup perfectly. Now, I am no longer confused about distinguishing these two products.