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The Truth About Double Cleansing: Why More Isn’t Always Better for Your Skin

ENJO HALO MIDDLEEAST BLOG The Truth About Double Cleansing Why More Isnt Always Better for Your Skin

A Deep Dive Into Your Deep Cleaning Skincare Routine

Skincare can seem like an endless maze of products, ingredients, and techniques. The latest trends promote multi-step routines and specialized products to completely transform your complexion overnight. But do these intricate regimens truly provide glowing, healthy skin?

When it comes to thoroughly cleansing your skin, less can actually be more. The key is to focus on deep cleaning – going beyond the surface to clear out impurities from deep within your pores. This allows your skin to fully reset and rebuild itself naturally. 

Rather than endlessly layering products onto your skin, take a step back to consider how effective your cleansing routine really is. Proper deep cleaning lays the groundwork for radiant, healthy skin.

What Does Deep Cleaning Your Skin Mean?

Deep cleaning refers to cleaning the skin on a deeper level beyond just removing surface dirt, oil, and makeup. It thoroughly cleanses the skin by getting into the pores to dissolve and dislodge impurities, pollutants, excess sebum, and dead skin cells that have become trapped. 

Unlike regular cleansing (and not to be confused with exfoliation) which only cleans the top layer of skin, deep cleaning targets the deeper layers where buildup occurs over time. It helps to completely clear out pores, preventing clogged pores and the formation of blemishes like acne and blackheads. The removal of pore-clogging debris also allows the pores to appear smaller.

Benefits of Deep Cleaning

  • Unclogs pores
  • Prevents acne
  • Promotes cell turnover
  • Enhances skincare regimen

Younger Looking Skin – Deep Cleaning Routines Promotes Cell Turnover

As we age, the rate at which our body sheds dead skin cells slows down. This causes a build up that can lead to dullness, uneven texture, clogged pores, and acne. By deeply cleansing away this dead skin build up, we allow fresh new skin cells to come to the surface. 

This helps produce newer, healthier skin cells and reveals smoother, softer, and more radiant skin. It improves skin tone and complexion over time.

Deep Cleaning Routines Allows Products to Absorb Deeply into Skin

Deep cleaning opens up pores and clears away debris, allowing skincare products like serums and moisturizers to better penetrate the skin. When pores are clogged it creates a barrier that prevents products from properly absorbing. 

By thoroughly cleansing and unclogging pores, you remove this barrier so active ingredients can permeate deeper layers of the skin. Instead of sitting on the surface, serums and moisturizers can then fully hydrate, nourish, and rejuvenate the skin.

Getting the most out of your skincare routine requires properly prepping the skin first. Deep cleansing sets the stage for products to work their magic by allowing them to absorb where they are needed most – beneath the surface. Healthy, glowing skin starts with pores that are open and ready to receive nourishing formulas.

Natural Deep Cleaning Methods with ENJO Skincare

For a clean that truly penetrates to the deepest layers of the skin, look to ENJO Skincare fibres. Natural deep cleaning does not rely on harsh chemicals that can actually end up damaging the skin over time. Instead, it utilizes effective chemical-free ENJO Skincare fibres that get to the root of impurities without stripping the skin.

ENJO fibres are 100-times finer than a single human hair. This unique design ensures that they penetrate your skin’s pores, lifting and trapping dirt, dead cells and bacteria in the fibre. They also help activate blood flow and stimulate the exchange of oxygen.

Your skin is left refreshed with a natural glow and since ENJO uses only water, our largest organ (the skin) doesn’t come into contact with any harsh chemicals.

How often should you use your ENJO Skincare fibres to Deep Clean

This depends on your skin type and activities. Those with oily skin may benefit from deep cleansing 1-2 times per week to keep pores clear. People with dry or sensitive skin may only need to deeply cleanse 1-2 times per month.  

If you wear makeup regularly or are exposed to chemicals, pollution, or dirt through activities like exercising, you may need to deep clean more frequently – 2-3 times per week. The goal is to remove impurities before they can build up and clog pores.

And remember to wash your fibres at least once per week regardless of how many times you use them. We suggest that you have at least two to three ENJO Face pads in your skincare regime at all times – one in the wash and one to use. This is so much more cost effective versus buying cotton or wipes weekly – add it up and check!


It’s important to pay attention to how your skin feels after cleansing. If it feels tight or dry, reduce the frequency. Listen to what your skin needs. The better you get at deep pore cleansing, the less often you may need to do it.

Some good indicators that it’s time for a deep cleanse include:

– Enlarged pores
– Increased blackheads
– Breakouts
– Dull, uneven skin tone
– Makeup and skincare not absorbing as well

With ENJO Skincare products your deep cleansing routine will leave your skin fresh, soft, and clean without over-drying. Be gentle, take your time and watch your glowing, radiant beauty shine.

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