Sulfate Free Body Wash
Formulated for sensitive skin. Silky, soft, all-natural, pH balanced.
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Best Way to Use Sulfate Free Body Wash Products
There are a couple of things that your parents never taught you.
1. How to clean your room
2. How to shower
Most likely, you were told to “go clean your room” or “go take a shower”.
With the shower part, it’s most likely been limited to getting in the shower, getting wet, run some sulfate free body soap everywhere, rinse off, and then you are done.
Shampoo and Sulfate Free Body Washes are created to clean, so there are some things to be aware of.
We share our tips to get the most out of your body wash products.
Don’t Overuse Soap
Soap and gels are used to cleanse. This means its core function is to remove oil, dead skin, dirt and other things from your body.
That’s good, but if you do it too often, it can break down your skin barrier. This is going to weaken the cells, cause breakouts, sensitivity, eczema, and other issues.
That’s why we recommend that people use our sulfate free body wash products as we take a lot of pride in how we have crafted the wash. Most body wash products you see on the shelf in big box stores are designed for mass production. A lot of cheap ingredients and synthetic chemicals are used to keep costs low and to make it cheap.
If you have a big brand, don’t use it too often. That is, don’t shower 2-3 times a day. Or if you must, you can rinse off with water the 2nd or 3rd time.
Don’t Shower Too Long if You have skin issues
Water is soothing but it can also dry out your skin as it wicks away your own moisture. Ever had a really long bath or shower and you come out wrinkly?
That’s because a lot of moisture has also been sucked out of your skin. Dermatologists recommend short showers if you have skin issues. Keep it within 5-10 minutes.
It’s also because if you shower for 20-30minutes, you end up putting a lot of product on yourself. Whether it be shampoo, conditioner, hair treatment, shaving cream, facial wash, bar soap, and so on. The more time you spend, the more product you use, the drier your skin becomes.
Pat or air dry and moisturize your skin
Instead of rubbing yourself over with a towel, it’s best to air dry or pat dry. This way, you don’t cause friction which leads to heat transfer and potential for irritation. If you have eczema, this is very important and you could end up itchier.
The good thing with patting is that it will leave some slight moisture on the skin surface.
Give what your skin deserves with chemical free body wash products from The Crown Choice.