Why Do We Exfoliate?

December 9, 2011 · Posted in Skin Care 

Removing excess dead skin is called exfoliation, this will lead to revealing a supple soft skin that is ultra smooth to the touch. To avoid acne and other skin complications, exfoliation can be very useful. Removing the dead skin does not only clean the skin, but feels really comforting, relaxing and emotionally stimulating.

Vibrant skin is essential to both health and natural beauty, and contrary to popular belief, skin is deeper than what meets the eye. Healthy skin has nutrient rich blood nourishing the cells, but In less than healthy skin, extra layers of cells build up creating dry, crusty surfaces, which we try to successfully soothe and smooth with exfoliating creams and devices.

One way to exfoliate is using a firm, non synthetic brush, make sure it is firm yet still gentle, which will allow you to remove dead skin, but not cut or harm you. If you are exfoliating your face, apply a topical solution that will cut through the oils and dead skin buildup. Apply the mixture that you feel comfortable with, let sit until dry, and rinse with warm water. This can be used a couple of times a week. Many recipes for skin cleansers can be found online.

Find lotions that are easily absorbed by your body. For body moisturizers, you can use various natural body lotions and creams. Creams that work best with hands and feet are ones that are thick and have moisturizing ability. Don’t neglect the hands or feet as these are the areas most prone to dryness and cracking. Bath and body shops will have various products that can suit your needs. A nice mint or peppermint lotion will leaving your skin feeling revitalized and rejuvenated.

There are also other reasons for using natural ingredients. Your skin will be soothed and made smoother. It is recommended you do this every day. What you put on your skin is as important as what you eat. The last thing you want is to have to go through some complicated procedure. Fortunately, this is a procedure that is as quick as washing your face.

When exfoliating, know that each individual body will respond differently. Every skin type and body type is different and unique. If you treat your body correctly, it will reward you with beautiful, silky skin. Body exfoliation will also make you feel relaxed and soothed, which comes in handy after the stresses that we put ourselves through on a daily basis. If you have any skin conditions or more seriously, diabetes, you would be recommended to speak to a doctor before starting any procedures spoken about here today.

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