Exfoliation offers a simple way to help your skin look like it’s younger than its years.
Clear, radiant-looking skin has always been a sign of youth and vitality. And let’s face it—looking good also means feeling good. If you’re excited to show off a natural, healthy-looking glow, exfoliation is the perfect complement to any skincare regimen. We say: Out with the old and in with the new.
Exfoliating regularly is essential because it gets rid of dulling, dead skin cells to allow younger, healthier-looking cells to surface. It also preps your skin for the products that follow by removing dry, dead skin cells that can create a barrier to your moisturizer or make other skincare ingredients less effective. To optimize the results you see with your daily regimen, make sure you are exfoliating at least once a week.
Everyone has a different skin type, so it’s important to find an exfoliation product that fits your personal needs. Looking for an oil-free exfoliator for sensitive or acne-prone skin? Pick a product that combines salt and sugar in a high-glide formula that buffs off old cells to improve skin tone and texture. Skin looks brighter after the first use—and with regular exfoliation, you can help maintain that glow.
You know the importance of cleansing, but did you know that in order to maintain your radiant skin, you must clear off old dead skin with regular exfoliation? Throughout the year, your skin goes through changes and is forced to adapt to changing weather seasons. Exfoliate to keep your skin smooth and bright all year round. Be careful, harsh beads, rough brushes and stiff pads can damage your face. Choose a quality product from a trusted source and be gentle to your skin. If you have very sensitive skin, you should avoid these products.
Over the years, I’ve used different types of brushes, gloves, pads and scrubs. Now I only use Micro-Dermabrasion Paste. I use an oil-free formula designed to help promote gentle exfoliation and leave my skin feeling soft & smooth. I exfoliate each week to improve skin tone and texture.
When you’re younger, your skin will naturally renew itself about every 25 days. When you reach the age of 30, the process begins to slow down which can result in more pigmentation as well as a duller complexion. Help turn over those skin cells with exfoliation at least once a week. Reveal a youthful luster and get your glow on!