Exfoliating Scrub – A Skin Care Treat

[blockquote]Brighten up your complexion with a natural exfoliating scrub, a real skincare treat. The result is a brighter smoother complexion and a younger looking you[/blockquote]

An exfoliating facial scrub is a real skin care treat

Brighten up your complexion in an instant with a natural exfoliating scrub, a real skincare treat.
Exfoliating Facial Scrub - a Skin Care Treat
If you’ve never included a facial scrub in your weekly skincare routine then you’ve really been missing out.

Technically known as an exfoliator, a facial scrub is a simple method used to whisk away dead skin cells from the surface of your skin, revealing the plumper, younger skin cells beneath.

A regular facial scrub also encourages your skin to speed up cell production, keeping your exposed skin cells younger and better looking. The result, is a brighter, smoother complexion and a younger looking you.

When to use an exfoliating facial scrub

  • Use an exfoliator on dry or normal skin at least once or twice a week.
  • Oily or combination skins should be exfoliated every other day.
  • Avoid exfoliating if you have sensitive skin or if you suffer with bad acne.
  • You can exfoliate pimple prone skin, (not acne), once a week to help keep pores clear and prevent breakouts.

How do you use an exfoliating scrub

  • Simply apply a blob of your exfoliating facial scrub to damp skin, massage gently then rinse away with lots of cool clear water.
  • Exfoliators contain beads or crushed kernels, try to use exfoliators that contain rounded beads rather than the scratchy kernel types.
  • Whichever type of exfoliating scrub you do use, be sure to avoid the delicate eye area. Your skin is very fine around your eyes and can be easily irritated.
[blockquote]You can also substitute branded exfoliating scrubs for a gentle facial massage with a soft flannel or a lathered up shaving brush, (the type your grandad used). It’s not as effective, but is a cheap, fun method that works.[/blockquote]

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