The mousse is both water and oil-based. You can cleanse twice with just this cleanser if you’re not wearing heavy/waterproof makeup. The first cleanse removes pollution, makeup, and dirt built up throughout the day. The second cleanse treats your skin concerns. Take your time and be thorough. Apply a walnut-sized blob of mousse with damp hands onto the face, neck and decolletage. Massage the mousse gently for 30-60 sec. for the best effect, especially on affected areas. Rinse with lukewarm water. Not suitable for removing makeup around the eyes.
- Use morning and evening.
- Apply the desired amount (walnut size) with damp hands on the face, neck and décolletage.
- For best effect, massage the mousse gently for 30-60 sec.
- Rinse with lukewarm water.
- Repeat if you have a lot of impurities or makeup on. A second clean will treat your skin concerns. Be thorough.
- Not suitable for removing makeup around the eyes
Lactic acid, Glycolic Acid, Citric acid, Malic Acid, Salicylic Acid
- It provides a mild peeling effect followed by moisturization and hydration to help in repairing damaged tissue.
- Diminish the thickness of the stratum corneum by reducing corneocyte cohesion
- Decrease fine lines and wrinkles
- Improve skin elasticity and collagen support structure
- Remove dead cells from the upper skin and lessen superficial pigment changes, age and sun spots
- Smooth and soften skin
- Unclog pores and clear acne
- Reduce pore size and normalize oil production
- Increase the skin own ability to hold moisture
- Promote rapid cellular turnover
- Malic acid is derived from unripe fruit and boost also the efficacy of other AHA exfoliants such as glycolic and lactic acids
What’s the difference between the EVY cleanser and regular cleansers?
It makes your skincare routine quick and simple. Triple action for cleansing, exfoliating, and treatment in one easy step. Multitasking for your skin, it hydrates (due to the creamy mousse) and soothes while removing dead skin cells. Contains a complex with 5 different AHAs and BHAs (Lactic acid, Glycolic Acid, Citric acid, Malic Acid and Salicylic Acid) while regular cleansers on the market contain only 1 – 3 acids. SYNERGISTIC ACTION of the acid blend: Each exfoliating ingredient has different benefits and combining them can target different skin concerns such as dryness, breakouts, fine lines and wrinkles, dullness, and uneven skin texture. No need for different cleansers for skin conditions for each season. Promotes cell turnover by influencing living cells and selectively dissolving the bonds between the upper (dead) layers of cells.
The mousse is both water and oil-based. You can cleanse twice with just this cleanser if you’re not wearing heavy/waterproof makeup. The routine saves you time as well as money. Skin-friendly pH value of 5 means it does the job without stripping away natural oils and other defences from your skin barrier.
Do I need to cleanse my face in the morning?
Everybody should wash their face both morning and evening. If you’ve been sweating, you may need a third wash. In the morning, it’s a good way to remove dead skin cells from the face after sleeping and to remove residue from your evening products before using them again. Before bed, you need to remove makeup, pollution and sebum produced during the day. Even if you have sensitive skin, cleansing both morning and night is still a must—but it’s just as important to pay attention to how you wash your face. Ultimately, what you use to wash your face is just as important as how often. If you don’t choose the right product for your skin type, you could risk drying out your complexion with your twice-a-day cleanse, which serves as the basis of your routine. And, while you would think that dehydration would result in dryness, it can actually make your skin oilier in the process. For this reason, the key to successful cleansing twice a day is to use a formula that doesn’t strip away the skin’s natural defences.
Morning Night As needed
Dry or sensitive skin X X
Oily or acne-prone skin X X
Combination skin X X
If you wear makeup X X
If you exercise or sweat X X X
Do I need to wash EVY sunscreen off in the evening?
Sunscreens often feel sticky, but most cleansing removes oil/fats so just follow your usual facial cleansing and rinsing routine. You can use regular soap on your body, but it’s usually not necessary. EVY Sunscreen Mousse doesn’t clog pores. With ordinary sunscreens, clogged pores and milia (milk spots) will develop if you do not wash it off at night before bed. Comedones (whiteheads and blackheads) form when sunscreen, dirt, makeup, and dead skin cells clog pores. Many sunscreens have silicones in them that need to be washed off before you go to bed in order to prevent acne breakouts.
Can acids dry out my skin?
After using acid exfoliants you need to keep the skin’s natural barrier calm and balanced to avoid irritation. This is why a skincare routine with a blend of complimentary ingredients will give you the best results. It takes between 2-8 weeks for your skin to be acclimatised to new skincare products, and only then will you start to see results. Initially, you may notice some ‘negative’ effects on your skin, such as dryness, but this is part of the skin’s natural purging process and is completely normal. It depends on how thin or thick, dry or oily your skin is. This happens because it normalises the skin’s pH level, which is affected by different internal and external factors. The formula works in tandem with our natural pH level, not against it. In fact, the benefits of acidifying the surface by way of pH showed a reduction in inflammatory responses and acne, promoted barrier function recovery and helped to prevent epidermal hyperpigmentation. As a recommendation, if you use the DAILY REPAIR mousse, it will lock in moisture and keep your freshly exfoliated skin soft, supple, and hydrated.