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Do you know what exfoliation means? Most people are aware of this skin procedure while others are not.

Exfoliation Defined

Exfoliation involves the removal of the dead skin cells on the outermost surface of the skin. It has also been used for various years to maintain healthy and active skin.
Exfoliation is involved in the method of all facials, during chemical peels and microdermabrasion with a certified esthetician.

According to experts, a human’s skin has an inbuilt process of removing dead cells which are replaced by new cells. However, at about the age of 28, this natural process slows down and the skin becomes problematic and dull. To bring back a youthful and stunning appearance, exfoliation can be your best option.

If it is done regularly, it will boost your skin renewal process and reduce how the skin looks dull and flacky.

Types of Exfoliation

There are three distinct types of exfoliation. If you are not familiar with these types, here they are:

1. Physical Exfoliation – This is the process of scrubbing and cleaning the skin. In the past 10 years, stores have been selling spinning brushes to exfoliate the skin. Companies tell you to use these brushes daily. No! No! No! First of all, your skin can’t take the extreme amount of exfoliation. It will cause skin irritation and the skin will be constantly trying to repair itself. The oil glands will overproduce oil to replace what you are stipping off and now you have other problems. A soft, gentle clean washcloth is the best thing. Use that once a week only.  There are also many scrubs on the market promoting how the scrub the skin. Many of the over the counter scrubs use nut shells that can scratch the skin and eventually causes tiny tears in the skin allowing dirt and oil to be trapped there. You can take a little sugar and place into your cleanser and exfoliate once a week. Sugar melts and won’t tear the skin.  According to experts, skin with acne and sensitive skin should stay away from any kind of physical or manual exfoliation.

2. Chemical Exfoliation – This type is ideal for acne-prone skin. It can also treat skin with sun damage, fine lines and wrinkles as well as some pigmentation caused by the sun.

This process uses acidic chemicals like beta hydroxyl acids and hydroxy acids to cure the sun damaged skin, skin with acne and dry skin. The acids remove the useless dead cells and leave the skin healthier and cleaner. I use some very effective chemical peels that are very gentle and have very little downtime.

3. Enzyme Exfoliation – If you have sensitive skin, you will get the best benefits from enzyme exfoliation. This type does not involve scrubbing as it will irritate the skin. I use a wonderful enzyme treatment that clients ask for again and again.

How to Exfoliate Your Skin

Exfoliating your skin is extremely crucial. If you don’t know how to exfoliate your skin, this is your chance to learn its do’s and don’ts.

1. Do use a clean washcloth to take away dead skin after washing. No spinning brushes or harsh scrubs.

2. Do use a physical sunscreen with a rating of 30 SPF or more during the day, every day.

3. Do be gentle with your skin and do not over exfoliate.

1. Do not wash your skin with an abrasive scrub or cleanser. Scrub-based cleansers usually utilize group up plastic or walnut shells as a topical abrasive. Experts claim that applying an abrasive scrub to the skin will lead to the over-stimulation of the sebaceous glands and tiny tears in the skin.

2. Do not scrub your skin with a mechanical scrubber, sponge or loofah. These items abrade the skin and this makes your skin appear red and inflamed. Plus, how do you CLEAN THEM?

3. Do not continue to use an exfoliate if you experience unwanted skin conditions. Common examples of these are peeling, drying, itching and other related sensations.

Benefits of Exfoliation

Exfoliation provides countless benefits.

1. Enhances Your Skin’s Texture – If your skin feels dry, sultry or rough, exfoliating your skin is an excellent option to bring back its natural look. If you keep on exfoliating your skin, it keeps your skin smooth and improves its over-all appearance.

2. Fight the Different Signs of Aging – Through exfoliation, your skin can easily fight the different signs of aging. As your age increases, your skin’s natural abilities to shed dead skin cells slow down. As a result, wrinkles, fine lines, and dry skin appear more visible.

3.  Even Out Skin Tone – Through exfoliation, even skin tone can be easily acquired. This process also helps in removing leftover dirt and makeup to reveal new and bright skin.

5. Aid Skin Products Penetrate Deeper – If you have layers of dead skin, your preferred products might not be able to penetrate your skin. As advised, exfoliate your skin regularly and you will get a chance to get the best results.

After learning these various things about exfoliation, you will surely be tempted to use this solution to change the appearance of your skin.

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