If you want to keep your skin healthy and glowing in the year ahead resolve to regularly exfoliate your skin. Exfoliation acts as a detox as it helps to clear the toxins from your skin and refresh circulation. If you think you only need to exfoliate your face. Think again!
We recommended that you exfoliate on a regular basis from head to toe for an all over detox.
Exfoliate Your Scalp: Your scalp is constantly shedding dead skin cells. Chemicals from hair styling products build up on the hair and scalp, making hair look dull, feel limp, and may even make it harder to style. Exfoliating your scalp regularly, as you would your face, helps to remove dead skin, unplugs “plugged” follicles, and helps to balance sebum production, which all works to increases blood circulation and promotes hair growth.
Goa par Rodrigo Diaz Full Moon Restructuring Hair and Body Exfoliating Mud Mask: A reconstructive exfoliant detox mud mask for both hair and body that helps to smooth, restore and energize the skin and hair.
Exfoliate Your Face
Regular skin cleansing is an obvious daily essential, but exfoliating your face regularly can improve the results of your skin care routine and help rejuvenate your skin. Whether you have normal, oily, dry or even sensitive skin, regular exfoliation is keys to bringing new life to your complexion.
Consonant DHE Clay Mask: Detoxify, Hydrate, and Exfoliate. Made with Manicouagan Clay, extracted from the site of a 215 million year old asteroid crash in Central Quebec, this exfoliating mask is loaded with detoxifying minerals and antioxidant-rich sea algae to smooth and even skin tone.
Exfoliate Your Lips
Especially during the colder months, dead skin cells tend to accumulate on the lips, leading to dryness and chapping. Regular exfoliation ensures your lips are soft and smooth and that your lipsticks and glosses go on smooth as butter.
Sara Happ Lip Scrubs: Light and dark brown sugar crystals blend together with Jojoba and Grape seed oils to create the perfect exfoliant to buff away dry chapped lips and moisturize for for a smooth and soft finish.
Exfoliate Your Décolleté: Like your face and back, the skin on the chest is home to hundreds of pores, which produce just as much oil. If you are not exfoliating this area at least once a week, residue buildup can cause the skin to look dull and may lead to breakouts.
SkinCeuticals Retexturing Activator: This revolutionary resurfacing and replenishing serum surpasses the results of a daily 20% glycolic acid treatment while simultaneously reinforcing the skin’s barrier for healthier, more radiant skin. Apply twice daily, apply 4-6 drops to face, neck, and chest, or as directed by a skincare professional.
Exfoliate Your Back
Although your back is hard to reach, it’s very important to exfoliate this area regularly, especially to keep your back free of “bacne”. Like the chest, the skin on your back can become clogged with oil and dead skin, leading to pimples and blackheads.
Consonant 20% Clay Exfoliating Cleansing Bar: This bar contains 20% Manicouagan Clay from Quebec to gently exfoliate the skin on your face and body. This mineral rich clay helps to draw out impurities while gently exfoliating, leaving skin feeling soft and smooth.
Exfoliate Your Feet
The skin on your feet is thick and therefore can be hard to keep soft and hydrated. If you tend not to wear socks regularly, your feet may be more deydrated than normal and you may run the risk of getting cracked heels. Removing dead skin cells is essential to locking in moisture.
Margaret Dabbs Exfoliating Foot Mousse: Using Ground Tea Tree Leaf and Pumice, feet can be scrubbed to perfection. Feel the scrub work to remove the dead layers of skin and replenish hydration with Emu Oil, revealing fresh illuminated skin and nails. You only need about a dime’s worth for each foot. Follow with Margaret Dabbs Intensive Hydrating Lotion to ensure your feet are soft and moisturized.
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