Let’s talk about exfoliation today. We all know that exfoliation is one of the most essential elements of a skincare routine, but how many of us are actually doing it right?
Dead skin can get accumulated on our faces, thus, blocking the pores of the skin leading to acne breakouts. Our skin might look dull and blackheads are more likely to appear.
But we can avoid all of this by regular exfoliation. Exfoliation encourages the skin renewal process by removing the layer of dead skin from our face and improves the texture of our skin.
Exfoliation makes the skin look and feel better instantly and gives it a healthy glow. A good face scrub can also help to moisturise and nourish your skin.
Everyone says that exfoliation is best suited for dry skin to scrub away dead cells but dead cells accumulate on every skin type, so it is basically a cleaning process that increases the skin radiance.
You should exfoliate your skin 2-3 times a week and people with sensitive skin should exfoliate once a week.
But exfoliating doesn’t mean scrubbing your skin raw. You should scrub your face with very gentle circular movements for about 20-30seconds.
Regular exfoliation will make your skin dirt free thus allowing your other skincare products to penetrate deeper and give maximum benefits.