Skin exfoliation is the process of removing dry or dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. You should make exfoliation an important part of your skincare routine as it provides great benefits for your skin.
Removal of dry skin cells and debris by exfoliation unclogs your pores and stops development of whiteheads and blackheads, therefore preventing acne breakouts. When the layer of dead skin and debris is removed by exfoliation, your skin can better absorb skin care products such as serums and moisturizers, thus giving you maximum benefit.
What Exfoliation Does For You?
Good and consistent approach to exfoliating your skin will lighten or eliminate any dark spots and pigmentation marks. It will also smooth out rough skin texture and acne scars over time.
Those who exfoliate twice a week reap great benefits for their skin. The process encourages lymphatic drainage for internal cleansing and improves circulation of nourishing oxygen-rich blood to skin’s surface to give you glowing, radiant skin. Finally, regular exfoliation helps to stimulate natural production of collagen in the skin. Collagen maintains your skin’s texture, elasticity and keeps it looking plump, tight, and young.
You should exfoliate your skin twice a week using a high quality exfoliant such as Dr. Spiller’s Jojoba Peel or Soft Peel from Spring Mist Spa. Dr. Spiller’s exfoliants effectively break down and remove dry and dead skin while smoothing out skin texture, thus giving your more uniform skin over time. Dr. Spiller’s Jojoba Peel or Soft Peel have built in moisturizers thus preventing skin dryness after the exfoliation.
It’s easy to see that exfoliation provides enormous benefits. Should you wish to get a jump start on exfoliating your skin, come to Spring Mist Spa. Our Microdermabrasion treatment is on Sale during the month of April. Or better yet, give our OxyGeneo facial a try which exfoliates and oxygenates your skin for better absorption and infusion of skin care products for that perfect skin.
Sarah Syed is a beauty expert and the Owner of Spring Mist Spa in Milton. She can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.