Have you opted for solid hygiene products or are you considering doing so and would like to learn more about how to use them?
Solid products are mostly very easy to use. More ecological and economical, they are an excellent alternative to liquid cosmetics.
We explain how to properly use and store solid hygiene products.
Some solid products and their use
Solid format products come in a wide range and for different applications. Their mode of use can vary significantly from one product to another while remaining relatively simple. Far from being able to present them all here, we will be satisfied with some of the most widely used products such as soaps, cleansers, shampoos and toothpastes.
It is used for washing the hands and the body. You should start by moistening your hands and body with water. Do the same with the soap you are going to use to rub your skin to produce the foam that contains the cleansing active ingredients. After a few minutes of rubbing, rinse your hands or body.
A solid cleanser
For the face or body, this solid cosmetic is used to cleanse and rid the skin of everyday impurities.
Once you’ve found the right solid cleanser for your skin, it’s easy to use. Start by moistening your skin before rubbing gently with the cleanser. If you apply it to the face, rub gently, avoiding the eye contours.
A solid shampoo
For an effective application, take care to wet your hair abundantly. This is done, you should then rub the bar of shampoo on your scalp and lengthwise on the hair. Then make the foam penetrate by massaging your hair and scalp before rinsing with cold water.
A solid toothpaste
The toothpaste is also available in a solid version. To use, you just need to moisten your toothbrush beforehand, with cold or hot water. Then rub it on the solid toothpaste to obtain the foam. Then brush your teeth as you normally would with tube toothpaste and rinse your mouth after brushing is finished.
How to properly store these solid products?
After each use, it is important to store your solid products in order to optimize their lifespan. Avoid leaving them in the shower or in a damp, wet place. After use, the ideal is to let your product air dry, then store it in a dry place, in a soap dish or a dish.