Chamomile Concentrate Anti Blemish Masque
Cellularose Dual Exfoliation Scrub
Hibiscus and Bamboo Exfoliating Cream
Polishing Facial Exfoliant
Restorative Dual Acid Peel
Glyco Extreme Peel
Flash Rinse 1 Minute Facial
Gentle Facial Buffing Cream
Unlike other products in your daily skincare routine, exfoliators require a careful approach.
If you exfoliate too often then the skin is stripped of natural oils and becomes overly exposed and damaged – not do it enough and dead skin cells block the pores resulting in imperfections. Lucky for us, the cosmetics industry is packed with a bunch of exfoliators for you to choose from.
If you have a normal or combination skin then doing it 2 to 3 times a week should is enough, but for those with delicate skin once is plenty. After cleansing you can apply exfoliating lotion with a cotton pad and sweep it down the T-zone, across the forehead, down the nose, and once over each cheek which will shift stubborn dead cells. Home peels are a popular choice for those with normal skin and are best when the glycolic-acid concentration below 10 percent.
Scrubs are a more aggressive approach and those with sensitive skin should steer clear. Instead, try using an exfoliating clay mask once a week that will lift impurities but keep the complexion hydrated.