Essential Knowledge About Exfoliating Your Skin
If you want to flaunt a smooth, even, and youthful skin complexion, exfoliation should be your go-to strategy. Not only does it give you the desired results instantly, but also helps your treatment products work their magic more efficiently.
Trust me – I’m an ardent advocate of this practice myself! However, overdoing can do more harm than good; so remember that moderation is key when it comes to exfoliating.
The perfect amount of exfoliation for your skin depends on its sensitivity and strength. Some people have hardier skin that can withstand more frequent exfoliating sessions; however, those with sensitive skin may need to take a gentler approach.
That’s why 100% PURE created the Acai Pulp Facial Scrub intended for use once per week, depending upon my weekly needs or moods! Every week before turning in for the night, take a few minutes to treat your skin with this lifesaver.
After a full restful sleep and washing away the product, your face glows brighter than ever and its texture is noticeably smoother.
Varieties Of Exfoliation
- Physical: Which uses materials such as washcloths and grainy scrubs to exfoliate the skin. 100% PURE Konjac Sponge contains mostly physical exfoliants. Twice-weekly, try massaging this scrub onto your skin – it consists of konjac plant and bamboo charcoal, which polish away your skin while also imparting an instant luminosity as soon as you step out of the shower!
- Chemical: Which utilizes acids or enzymes.
Both types of exfoliants provide beneficial results for most people’s skin when used together. Each of these can help to optimize your skin’s turnover process and give you a softer, polished complexion. However, it is essential not to perform these treatments within 24 hours of one another as exfoliating too much could strip away your skin’s protective barrier, leaving it open to sun damage or even infection.
Not only am I passionate about the 100% PURE Vitamin C Serum, but it’s also the perfect skin treatment to achieve that desired glow. Once completed your exfoliation session – it’s time! That said, out of all the skincare treatments available on the market, one stands out from them all.
What You Need To Know
To discover your skin’s ideal exfoliation level, begin slowly. Never utilize a product more than suggested, and never layer items during the same session.
Once your skin has become accustomed to exfoliation, you can start increasing the frequency of use for some products. Nonetheless, as soon as your skin begins to feel unpleasant or overly dry, cut back on usage immediately. Additionally, if a chemical exfoliant ever feels uncomfortable on the skin, apply an oil-based moisturizer quickly – this will help stop its activities and provide soothing relief! In my view, the Retinol Restorative Overnight Balm is the optimal choice for this purpose. However, any oil-, butter- or balm- based product will do just fine! If you start to feel uncomfortable with physical exfoliants, it’s easy to stop scrubbing and simply wash them off – although a nice coating of the same balm would be very soothing too!