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The beauty industry relies heavily on word of mouth recommendations, so much so that we often find ourselves getting confused with what is good for our skin and what’s not. This never-ending streak of beauty advice makes it impossible to know what exactly to rely on.

Since there is a plethora of misinformation out there, we’re busting the most relevant and heavily relied upon skincare myth that you encounter every single day –

Myth: There is no such thing as ‘too much cleansing’

Since cleansing is the first step of every skincare routine, here are three of the most common cleansing-related myths that need to be clarified -

Cleansing multiple times a day is essential for oily skin

No! Having oily skin doesn’t make it is okay for you to wash it repeatedly. In an attempt to stay oil-free, what you really end up doing is taking away the natural moisture that your skin produces. The more you wash your face, the more oil it will produce. Yes, that’s right. When you wash your face multiple times a day, you start depriving it of its natural oils. This triggers the skin to produce more oil in an effort to replace what’s lost. Follow the traditional rule - cleansing twice-a-day - and your skin will definitely thank you.

You don't need to exfoliate if you have dry skin

Dry skin is delicate and flaky, so, does exfoliation seem like a harsh idea? No. Every skin type needs some sort of exfoliation to get rid of the dead skin cell buildup and regeneration. You just have to pick the right product and not over-do it. Everyuth Naturals Walnut Apricot Scrub is the best exfoliating face scrub for dry skin. Its hydrogel technology provides your skin with enhanced moisture and hydration. What makes it the best scrub for dry skin is its ability to deeply extract trapped impurities and clogged pores without being harsh on your skin. Use this gentle blackhead removal scrub once a week to refresh your skin with an abundance of nourishment.

Cleanser and face wash work the same way for all skin types

No, they don’t. Face wash and cleansers are two differently formulated skin cleansing tools that work best on specific skin types. A face wash is a foaming cleanser that works best on a combination and oily skin type. It helps to get rid of dirt, oil and deep-rooted impurities that you might have picked up after a long outdoor day. A cleanser, on the other hand, is a non-foaming solution, best suited for dry and sensitive skin type. It dissolves oil-soluble impurities and makeup and provides a relatively gentler cleanse. Choose your skin cleanser carefully, as it is the first step to your everyday skincare routine and determines how your skin would respond to the products that follow.

Cleansing is the first step towards gorgeous-looking skin. If you get this right, you’re pretty much on the fastest track to clear, healthy and glowing skin!

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