Heard all that buzz about double cleansing your skin? Mika of Hello Himawari shares her own experience.
Mika of Hello Himawari is a beauty obsessed skincare lover. And here’s what she feels about Pestle & Mortar Erase and Renew!
What’s Double Cleansing all about?
If there is one certain aspect of my skincare routine that I am sure to do like clockwork, it would be double cleansing. I don’t know what it is about taking off all the grime, wiping away the day’s stress and impurities with two cleansing steps, but it’s become a vital part of my ritual.
Enter Pestle & Mortar Erase and Renew
Pestle & Mortar double cleansing system is made up of a makeup removing balm, Erase, and a gel cleanser, Renew. Also included is a double-sided cleansing facial cloth. One side features an exfoliating muslin and the other cotton.
Erase is a makeup removing balm that breaks down into an oil with little sugar-like granules that softly exfoliate. The granules are not at all abrasive and wonderfully exfoliate your skin. The oil feels very moisturizing on my skin and I never have to use a lot of it to get makeup or sunscreen off. The scent is a mixture of lavender and subtle rose, I really enjoy how soft it is!
Renew is the gel cleanser that is supposed to leave your skin hydrated, glowing, and bright. I definitely do agree with that description of it! I’ve found that my skin feels very soft and fresh afterwards, especially. The gel cleanser glides so easily and I really enjoy massaging it into my skin. It’s such a lovely cleanser!
How Pestle & Mortar Double Cleansing System works
These two products won’t strip away your skin’s natural barrier and instead offer further nourishment and balance, helping to prep for your next skincare routine steps. The mango fruit extract and papaya fruit extract work effectively to help refine skin texture and brighten, while meadow-foam and jojoba work to nourish and provide moisture.
Without fully cleansing your face, your next skincare steps won’t be as effective and the products also won’t be able to work their best. Pestle & Mortar is indeed a brand to keep your eyes on!
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