Our skin goes through so much on a daily basis. Harsh weather, makeup, chemicals, soap, and UVA/UVB rays are just a few things that can damage your skin. That will leave a buildup of dead skin cells we don’t even realize are there. The damage can leave our skin looking dull and feeling rough. Exfoliation is an excellent way of removing the dead skin cells and rejuvenating our bodies.
Most of us primarily use exfoliating products on our faces. But that’s because we spend so much time staring in the mirror to check out our complexion. We look to see if we’re breaking out and don’t pay much attention otherwise. When in all reality, there is so much more to a great skin routine than just getting rid of acne! I want to tell you how to remove dead skin, which products you can use, and the benefits of exfoliation. Not just for your face but your entire body!
Benefits of Exfoliation
We all want to have smooth skin. To get soft, supple, or flawless looking skin, we need to remove dead skin cells. Learning how to remove dead skin is easy, it just takes a little exfoliation. There are a lot of different products to accomplish this, for every individual area of your body.
Most people don’t know how many benefits there are to exfoliation. First off, it can increase the blood flow to your skin which helps your skin stay bright, healthy, rejuvenated, and soft. Exfoliation will also help to clear any clogged pores. By cleaning your pores on a regular basis, your skin will clear up, and you won’t have as much trouble with acne. After you’ve cleared your acne, it is common to have red or dark spots on your skin. When you exfoliate twice a week, you can break down the dark pigmentation and get rid of dark spots once and for all. Clear and even skin tone is accomplished by exfoliating to remove the damaged cells and promote new skin growth.
If you have ever had problems with ingrown hairs, exfoliation is a great way to bring them to the surface. All you need to do is use a hot compress to open the pores. Then you can use an exfoliating brush to increase blood flow and bring the trapped hair to the surface.
Lastly, exfoliation is essential before you get a spray tan or go to a tanning bed. They aren’t exactly the best thing for your skin. But if you’re getting it done, you better make sure your skin is smooth and ready! By exfoliating the day before you get tan, you can make sure you are tanning a healthy layer of skin. That will help keep your skin looking flawless!
Different Types of Exfoliants
Exfoliation is a similar process for any area of the body. There are a few different types of products you can use for specific areas. Body polish or a body exfoliant is rougher than a facial exfoliant. The skin on your face is very delicate and needs a gentler touch. Make sure to use an appropriate product for each part of your body.
Freeman masks can be found pretty much anywhere, which I am so thankful for because I adore them! This scrub seems to be the best exfoliator for my face lately, and I love it. Using this exfoliating face wash is simple. First, you apply a reasonably thick layer over your whole face. Your face will become warm. After leaving the mask on for about 5-10 minutes, you can begin exfoliating. The best way to exfoliate your face is to gently massage your face in little circles for about 2 minutes. Then you only need to rinse and moisturize.
Exfoliating your face too often can be a problem. For one thing, you don’t want to exfoliate your face too hard. Be as gentle as you can. Also, stick to the rule of only exfoliating about twice a week. Exfoliating too hard or too often can cause inflammation and may make you break out even more.
This product is intended for your body, not your face. It is for your arms, armpits, body, legs, and feet. All you need to do is take a small amount of the product and apply it to the area you wish to exfoliate. You can either use your hand or a body brush to scrub in gentle circles. It is recommended that you should try to exfoliate your body around 2-3 times each week. You will also need to remember to moisturize each time you exfoliate. But the whole process will leave your skin feeling so refreshed and beautiful! It will also help get rid of those pesky ingrown hairs!
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PHYTO exfoliating shampoo is merely one option for a scalp exfoliant. Believe it or not, your scalp is another vital place to exfoliate regularly. By exfoliating your scalp you can remove dead skin and promote new hair growth. It will also improve circulation, which will assist with hair growth.
I can understand not wanting to drop the extra money to exfoliate your scalp. The exfoliating shampoos tend to be on the expensive side. But if you are determined to try it sometime to see the difference it could make, you could make your own! By adding a handful of sea salt to your shampoo, you can exfoliate and renew the pH balance of your scalp.
Scalp exfoliation is pretty similar to the other areas of your body. You will want to exfoliate about twice a week. Consistency will help renew your scalp and get rid of dead skin.
Time To Start Scrubbing!
Exfoliation isn’t as hard as you might think. It doesn't need to be time-consuming or done every single day. There are so many great products you can use to improve the health of your skin. You could even make your own by adding an exfoliant to any current products is very simple. All you have to do is add a little salt, sugar, charcoal, or even baking soda to your normal face wash, body wash, or even shampoo!
Giving this a chance and exfoliating 1-3 times per week will improve the health of your skin. You will feel so refreshed. Not to mention, feeling like you have gorgeous skin makes you feel lovely all around! So get to scrubbing ladies, see if it makes a big difference for your skin!