What's the double cleansing method?
If you took chemistry in high school, you might have learned that water and oil don’t mix. Rather, oil attracts oil. That’s why oil-based removers do an excellent job of taking away dirt, debris, and makeup, but the molecular size of oil might clog the skin and is only recommended for those with sensitive, dry skin and not for people with oily skin.
Water-based cleansing agents use a surfactant to rinse off dirt, but might not be able to remove stubborn products completely. So the best and most trendy way is called the double cleansing method, which integrates both oil-based and water-based formulas into one makeup remover routine. This method is sure to remove all traces of makeup and sunscreen at the end of the day without clogging your skin.