First, always begin with your cleanser, to eliminate the build-up of bacteria, airborne pollutants, excess sebum and dead cells, starting your routine with a clean and fresh face. Moisturizing your face when it has not been cleansed may not give you the right results, as pores may be blocked, thus preventing your skin from absorbing all the benefits of other products that will be applied afterwards.
In the evening, if your cleanser does not remove makeup effectively, your makeup remover should then be the first step in your routine, before the cleanser. Makeup and SPF are heavier on the skin and need to be washed away first. You may wish to use a one-step cleanser that does both makeup removing and cleansing , or you may prefer a double-cleansing ritual. Both options are fine, as long as you do not over-cleanse and over-sensitize your skin. All G.M. Collin cleansers may be used in a double-cleanse routine. However, we do not recommend triple cleansing.