4. Follow up with support.
Based on the other ingredients inside the cleanser and your skin type, you may consider what else your skin needs. We certainly recommend our soothing serum (duh, it's in the name) to help soothe your skin and nourish it. A moisturizer is usually the best follow-up tool. If you're going outside, consider your sunscreen and what else you may need to protect your freshly exfoliated face. You also want to ensure that what you put on your skin won't cause more issues later. Think about this, you just worked hard to remove the dead skin on top, open up your pores, and now you could potentially fill them with unsuited chemicals.
5. Schedule your treatments
As you see, exfoliation can vary, and your schedule should reflect that. You may look into a different cleanser for day and night or a deeper treatment you do every week or month. For example, you may want to use a very gentle, mild cleanser in the morning and night, but once a week, use a mask to get deeper into the pores. You may consider using a cleanser that can help with makeup removal at night to save time.