If you’ve been using a cream cleansers regularly for a while, you’ve probably noticed the occasional dip in your skin tone.
But are you really getting a good return on investment?
According to Dr. Karen Fenton, a dermatologist in Los Angeles who has worked extensively with skincares, there’s a lot more to skincARE than what the name suggests.
In an email, Fenton explained that cream cleanses have two main ingredients, peptides and acids.
She said that while peptides help with moisture retention, they also help remove impurities that can be problematic in skincaring.
For example, if your skin is prone to acne, the peptides may help smooth out the appearance of the pores, while the acids may help with the oil production process.
However, Fonthons cautions that if you use a cream with a pH balance, the acids might break down into smaller molecules, which could result in uneven pH levels.
For this reason, the pH of your skincarens should be around 6.5 or higher.
In addition, if you’re using a gel cleanser, the acid should be lower than the peptide.
To get a clearer picture of your skin’s overall pH, Folin recommends using a pH scale to measure your skin pH.
While you can use a pH meter or pH test kit, Fonsons said that a pH gauge is a great way to see how your skin feels and how well it cleans.
Here’s how it works: A pH meter measures how acidic your skin gets.
When the pH goes up, it indicates the pH level of your pores and hair follicles, respectively.
It also measures how alkaline your skin reacts to the acid, and how acidic the hair cells are.
Fonthas pH meter can be used to measure the pH balance of your face, neck, back, arms, hands and feet.
It can also measure your pH level in the creams you use to get your skins clean.
Using the pH meter is simple, and it is easy to get.
Just take a measuring cup and add a teaspoon of your pH value to the bottom.
Then fill the measuring cup with your skin care product.
Once you’ve reached your desired pH level, press the cup against the base of the measuring device to confirm your pH readings.
If you want to learn more about pH, check out this quick video from Dr. Fonton.
If the pH value you get isn’t what you’re looking for, you can add an acid or two.
The acid, when added, neutralizes the peptidases in the peptolytic enzymes, which break down the peptose molecules.
If you’re worried about how the acid might affect your skin, Finton recommends using an acid-free facial cream.
If your skin has acne, FONthons recommends adding a combination of an anti-aging treatment cream and a skin cream containing an antihistamine.
The combination of products can also help reduce the appearance and severity of acne scars.
In a study of more than 4,000 women who had acne scars, the cream-based treatment was more effective than a standard cream cream.
The cream was also more effective at removing signs of acne.
Fonson also recommends a moisturizer to help reduce flakiness and reduce fine lines.
She also recommends skincars with a combination cream, a moisturizing moisturizer, and a light oil-absorbing foundation, all of which are effective at reducing flakier areas and reducing redness.