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3 different ways to exfoliate your skin
We all know that exfoliating our skin (both faces and bodies) is a crucial part of a good skin care routine. To exfoliate is to gently slough off dead and flaky skin cells to reveal a brighter, smoother and more evenly toned complexion. Not only does exfoliation pave the way for fresh, radiant skin to come to the surface, it is hugely important in reducing acne and breakouts.
While the thought of exfoliation may seem a little harsh, especially for those with sensitive skin, there is a product that suits every skin type and every kind of skin care routine.
Rooted in ancient Turkish tradition, this range of exfoliation gloves are perfect for both face and body. With a collection catering from sensitive, all the way to oily skin, determined by the thickness of the glove. Each product is made from a high quality, soft yarn and is intended to provide a deep exfoliation while still gliding across skin, without causing irritation. No other product necessary!
A powdered formula that activates upon contact with water, the Daily Microfoliant utilises salicylic acid and rice enzymes to both chemically dissolve and physically remove dead skin cells. Combined with the soothing qualities of green tea and oatmeal, this formula is gentle enough for daily use while still being effective in revealing brighter skin.
Doubling as a mattifying mask and exfoliating treatment, this product works to refine pores and mattify skin. For sensitive skin; natural fruit acids, such as can be found in the desert and finger lime work to dissolve dead skin cells as a mask before being rinsed off. For those with oily to acne prone skin, the mask can be worked into the skin as a scrub, utilising finely ground bamboo and macadamia to physically reveal a fresher complexion. Use 1-3 times a week.
How often do you exfoliate? What is your go-to exfoliating product?