Your face is the most integral part of your identity – people recognise you by your face, and the expressions that come on your face, let other people know what is going on in your mind. This is why you need to make sure that your face is always taken good care of. Your face too, like other parts of your body, has an epidermis and dermis. When your skin starts to look tired, you know that dead skin has started accumulating, and this is when you start thinking about doing something for your skin.
Exfoliation is the easiest method of giving your skin a new breath of life, and it is perhaps the most cost effective method too. When the dead skin is scrubbed away, there is the foundation for new skin to grow. It is when the dead skin starts to flake or linger on, that your skin starts to look really tired and you lose out on your real complexion. Your skin will start to look rough, and your pores will get clogged, laying the path for skin problems, such as acne.
What does exfoliation do?
When you exfoliate your skin, you use a gentle abrasive on your face and neck. The scrubbing movement will scrape away all the dead skin, and when you wash your face, all the dead skin will also get washed away, giving you a refreshed look.
How often should you exfoliate?
The frequency of exfoliation depends on the skin type-
Which are the most commonly used natural exfoliants?