Our skin is constantly producing new skin cells and shedding old, dead skin cells – however, sometimes this process is slowed down which can create clogged pores, leading to breakouts. Using a scrub or a cleansing brush to exfoliate your skin will help speed this process along and give you softer, healthier, and younger looking skin.
Several reasons to exfoliate:
*Removing dry, dead skin cells from your skin’s surface exposes younger, fresher skin underneath, leaving your skin super soft!
*Regular exfoliation encourages cell turnover so any scars and spots you have fade quicker.
*Exfoliating also helps unclog your pores, allowing your skin to more effectively soak in moisture and nutrients from your skincare products.
*The motion of massaging the facial scrub into your skin helps to stimulate collagen production, which is necessary to keep our skin looking young and beautiful!
Exfoliating your face:
Not all scrubs are made equal – 100% Pure facial scrubs contain perfectly round jojoba beads instead of the rough, abrasive particles found in some other scrubs that can scratch your delicate skin and actually cause more damage. Instead, the perfectly round jojoba beads in 100% Pure facial srubs gently roll away any dullness, bumps, and flakes without scratching the delicate skin on our faces.
The soft bristles of the 100% Pure Antibacterial Cleansing Brush gently cleanses the skin and removes dead skin cells. Use with your favorite 100% Pure cleanser to truly revitalize your skin.
Exfoliating your body:
100% Pure body scrubs make your skin smooth and glowing by removing your dry, dead skin cells and nourishing with organic rosehip and apricot oils to deeply moisturize.
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The information in this article is for educational use, and not intended to substitute professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and should not be used as such.