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What does exfoliating do?

Your skin is constantly shedding skin cells. When this happens, smoother skin cells push their way up to the skin's surface. However, as you age, the rate at which your body sheds dull and dead skin cells begins to slow down.
In the simplest terms, exfoliation is physically removing those dead and dulling skin cells. Exfoliating helps speed up your skin's process and helps it to behave younger.
Physical exfoliators work against the top layers of the skin to remove dead, dulling surface cells via rubbing and sloughing. These can include crystals, micro-fine granules and natural beads.

Is it really necessary to exfoliate?.

Why do you need to exfoliate your skin? Without proper exfoliation, dead skin cells can get trapped on the skin's surface. When they're trapped, they build up. This leads to clogged pores, dark spots, rough skin texture, more pronounced wrinkles, dullness, dryness and more. Exfoliation ensures dead cells are swept away, revealing smoother, brighter, more refined skin.

Benefits of exfoliating your skin:

Unclogs pores
Reduces blackheads
Minimize the appearance of pores
Sweeps away fine lines and wrinkles
Detoxifies the skin by stimulating microcirculation
Controls excess oil
Brightens dull skin
Improves overall tone
Softens skin texture
Enhances skin clarity
Lightens hyperpigmentation
Helps skin behave younger

"How do you exfoliate?"

As skin care professionals, these are just a few questions we receive on a daily basis about exfoliation. This skin care technique is crucial for all skin types, but might be the most misunderstood. Keep reading to learn what exfoliating does, why you need it, how to exfoliate and which exfoliator you should use for your skin type and concerns.
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