Dermo Cleansing Mipmed – Body and Hair – 1L
Price With Taxes
12 or more :   1.20€
- Brand: MipMed
- Product Code: MM-SLMM1L
- In stock
Neutral PH bath gel, developed to a gentle and purifying hygiene, this dermo cleanser from Mipmed respects the integrity of the skin barrier. .. See More
.. See More
Neutral PH bath gel, developed to a gentle and purifying hygiene, this dermo cleanser from Mipmed respects the integrity of the skin barrier.
How to use:
- Apply daily on the body and hair, previously wet
- Gently massage
- Remove with water
Ingredients: Aqua, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Sodium Chloride, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Glycerin, Propylene Glycol, Mel Extract, Sodium PCA, Serine, Glycogen, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract, Styrene/Acrylates Copolymer, Parfum, Citric Acid, Magnesium Nitrate, Magnesium Chloride, Methylisothiazolinone, Methylchloroisothiazolinone.
There are techniques that can make your showers and baths more efficient.
Good hygiene is an essential part of protecting your health, so establishing a solid and consistent bath or shower routine is very important.
How to shower / shower?
Contrary to what many people believe, you don't really need to shower every day. Your skin may look better if you reduce to a few baths a week, especially during the winter months, when the air is dry and you don't get as much. For others, taking a shower every day is simply a matter of feeling clean and more comfortable.
- Allow the water to reach the ideal temperature. The water does not have to be very hot. In fact, dermatologists recommend taking a bath in warm or slightly hot water.
- Moisten the skin before applying any soap.
- Using a sponge, a cloth or just your hands, apply bar soap or liquid soap to your body. Start at the neck and shoulders and work your way down the body. Don't forget to wash your legs and get between your toes with soap and water.
- You should remove all soap residue with water, so as not to dry your skin with scaly soap residue.
- If washing your hair, apply a quarter-sized amount of shampoo to the palm of your hand. Soap, concentrating on the scalp and also on the nape of the neck. You do not need to apply the shampoo directly to the ends of the hair, as the shampoo will infuse and clean all hair strands as you gently massage.
- Then apply the conditioner to smooth the hair strands. Place the conditioner in the palm of your hand and pass it to the hair, spreading it evenly over each strand and paying special attention to the ends.
- Change to warm or cold water for the final rinse of hair and body. This will help to fix the conditioner in the hair follicles, stimulate blood flow throughout the body and give you a refreshing boost when you get out of the shower.
- Dry a little with the towel before applying any moisturizer on the body. You will want to use a moisturizing cream right after the shower for best results, because it seals the moisture in your skin.
How to take a bath in the bathtub?
Taking a shower can be a more relaxing way to cleanse your body than taking a shower. But not all baths are the same.
- Rinse! This step is optional, but some people like to take a quick shower to get the dirt off their bodies before diving into the bathtub.
- Quickly clean the bathtub. Use a paper towel or cloth to clean the inside of the bathtub, removing any soap residue or hair strands.
- Fill the bathtub with 2/3 of warm or slightly warm water. Scorching water will burn and dry your skin. Test the water temperature carefully by hand.
- Choose the environment you prefer: simple with nothing, with candles, with essence in the bathtub water, with music, with bath salts or bubbles, with cucumbers in your eyes, with a beauty mask on your face, massage with a pressure ball between the bathtub and your back, while moving up and down with a drink or ice cream. Choose one, none or several !!!!
- Lather your body with soap or shower gel using a glove or sponge. Be careful not to exfoliate your skin too much. It is best to wash your skin at the beginning of the bath, as your skin will become softer as you dive and may be more prone to excessive exfoliation.
- It is not necessary to wash your hair every time you shower. But if you decide to do so, first wash your hair with shampoo, insisting on the nape and scalp. Use the shower attachment to remove the shampoo.
- Massage your hair with conditioner, paying special attention to the tips. Use a full glass of water or a shower accessory to rinse your hair, ending with a rinse with cold water to seal the hair cuticles.
- Once you have finished your bath, dry your body with a soft, terry-cloth towel or robe. Nothing is more luxurious than a fluffy robe or a fluffy, fluffy towel !!
- Use a moisturizer immediately to seal the moisture in the skin.
- Drain the tub and clean it with a clean cloth. Cleaning the oil and excess moisture in the bathtub prevents the accumulation of soap foam, soot and mold. Wash the bath quickly with clean water, then use a clean, dry squeegee, a microfiber cloth or a soft sponge to dry it.