Revive Dull, Dry Skin
If your skin has been feeling rough and looking dull, exfoliation can help improve your skin’s texture! Using a moisturizing body scrub in the shower is the easiest way to do this. It will slough off the dead skin cells and also leave skin moisturized.
Do you suffer from mild bouts of acne? Regular exfoliation (yes, even on your face!) helps to keep your pores clean and unclogged. Dead skin cells, oils, and dirt can accumulate on your skin, which is what causes those pesky pimples. Exfoliation helps reduce the buildup and prevent breakouts!
Fight Signs of Aging
Regardless of age, we’re all looking for a way to fight signs of aging. Exfoliation is the simplest way to keep your skin looking and feeling younger. Starting in your twenties, skin begins to lose it’s ability to shed dead skin cells in its own. The process slows down even more over time. These dead skin cells can make fine lines and wrinkles look more prominent. By exfoliating regularly, you prevent the buildup of these cells and maintain younger looking skin!
Get A Smoother Shave
Did you know that exfoliating before you shave results in even smoother skin? Exfoliation removes the build up of dead skin so your razor can glide more smoothly. Don’t forget to use shaving cream for an even closer shave!
See Better Results From Your Skincare Products
Have you ever been disappointed by a new product that didn’t seem to offer any benefit? Before throwing it out, make sure exfoliation is a part of your skincare routine. A build up of dead skin cells can lower the effectiveness of skincare products by creating a “barrier”— meaning it won’t allow the product to fully absorb into the skin. Skincare products like creams and serums should be applied after cleansing and exfoliating for best results!