Let’s Talk About Exfoliating

Did you know that dry skin ages quicker? Absolutely, the drier the skin, the more prone to wrinkles the skin may become. That is why exfoliating is crucial in winter when the skin is exposed to cold weather.  The skin also dries due to the changes in temperature inside and outside, so exfoliating should be a must.

Exfoliation is a practice that removes dead skin cells from the surface of the body releasing fresh skin cells. It helps to unclog pores, improves skin texture, promotes a brighter complexion.

Here are some other benefits of exfoliating:

Benefits of Exfoliating You May Not Know
  1. Improving Absorption of Skincare Products: By getting rid of the outer layer of dead skin cells, exfoliation enhances the absorption of moisturizers, serums, and other skincare products, making them more effective
  • Reducing the Appearance of Fine Lines and Wrinkles: Regular exfoliation can minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, as it encourages cell turnover and collagen production
  • Brightening Dull Skin: Exfoliation can help brighten dull and tired-looking skin by revealing the fresher, newer skin underneath
  • Treating Hyperpigmentation: Exfoliating can aid in fading hyperpigmentation, such as dark spots and sun damage, by encouraging the growth of new, evenly pigmented skin cells
  • Preventing Ingrown Hairs: For those who shave, exfoliating can help prevent ingrown hairs by keeping hair follicles clear and allowing hair to grow freely.

We recommend exfoliating your skin once or twice a week as part of your skincare routine.

Do you have any specific questions about exfoliating or skincare?