You love your super-foamy chemical.
In the event that it creates a rich, lathery foam, your face wash is likely excessively brutal for your skin, says Graber. Surfactants—fixings that create bubbles—can eliminate the skin’s common oils (alongside soil and cosmetics), fueling dryness. Choose a rich recipe.
You wash with boiling water.
While heated water may feel better, it can exhaust your skin’s common lotions, including unsaturated fats and lipids, says Valerie Callender, MD, a dermatologist in Glenn Dale, Maryland. Freezing water can likewise be harming, so wash with tepid rather, says Graber.