“You should be exfoliating twice a week,” Kate says. “That’s what’s going to give you that gorgeous glow. It’s going to keep your skin youthful, and it will allow the other products that you spend a lot of money on to work better.”
Benefits of Exfoliation
• Detoxification of the skin
• Brightens the complexion
• Gets rid of dead, dull skin cells
• Reveals healthy, younger skin
• Reduces fine lines and sun damage
• Improves skin tone
• Kills bacteria and prevents breakouts
• Improves product penetration and treatment results
What is Exfoliation?
Exfoliation is a method that is used to remove the dead skin cells and leave behind the fresh new skin cells. This gives the skin improved quality and appearance. Skin cells can become old and harden and lose moisture and the appearance of the skin then becomes dull and dry and the pores can become clogged. Exfoliation removes these old, dry, dull skin cells and stimulates the renewal of fresh, healthy skin cells leaving the skin looking young and smooth.
Who Need to Exfoliate?
In youth the skin cells renewal process takes 25 to 30 days but as we get older this process slows down and can take up to 90 days. The slower, natural removal of skin cells causes dull, thick, saggy and dehydrated skin. When you use an exfoliant you help to remove the dead dry cells that would normally take longer and so you assit in helping the skin become hydrated, firmer and much smoother. Exfoliation is very effective on mature and pre-maturing skin as it stimulates the cell renewal much faster than the body will do on its own.
Why Do I Need to Exfoliate?
When the skin is dehydrated it doesn’t contain enough moisture and will feel tight and stretched. When people have dehydrated skin they tend to use lots of moisturizers in an attempt to moisten the skin, but moisturizer leaves the old skin cells tuck on the surface and the skin appears dull and uneven. Exfoliation will remove those dead, dehydrated cells and will moisturize and hydrate the skin. These specific skin care products will reach much deeper into the layers of skin helping to moisturize deeply and keep the skin hydrated and there is then no need to use heavy moisturizing creams.
I Have Oily and Acne Prone Skin.
If you have oily and acne prone skin then you are likely to have five times more dead skin cells than normal or dry skin. The oily dead skin cells will clog the pores contributing to acne. Exfoliation will remove the dead skin cells which help to remove the clogged pores and leave you with a fresher, clearer complexion.
Other Skin Problems
Other skin problems are sun damaged skin, hyper pigmented skin (which is caused by sun damage) or hormonal changes. These problems can increase the melanin of the skin which can cause dark patches. Exfoliation can help to remove those dark patches by renewing the skin cells faster and preparing the skin for use of products that help to reduce the melanin production and leave lighter skin.
Physical exfoliants use a brush or a gentle abrasive to cause friction to remove the dead skin cells from the skin’s surface. There are different exfoliant products designed to suit different skin types.
Exfoliant by Mōdere
Exfoliant by Mōdere contains three natural ingredients that when used together, create a gentle, yet effective exfoliant. Prickly pear, bamboo, and jojoba work to release and roll dead skin cells for resurfaced skin and a rejuvenating experience. Exfoliant by Mōdere is a mild exfoliator that gently sweeps away dead skin cells and surface impurities, leaving skin smooth and luminous
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