Most of us know the significance of exfoliation in our beauty regime; but for those who don’t, here’s it is – Exfoliating your face and body twice a week can work wonders for your skin. Exfoliating removes all the dead skin cells from your skin’s outer surface and uncovers fresh new cells underneath. It thus cleanses your pores and allows your moisturizer to penetrate more deeply into the skin.
In the upcoming blog, we’re going to be sharing with you some easy-to-make, awesome exfoliating scrubs. But before that, we thought we could tell you about/re-introduce you to the benefits of exfoliation. So, here we go….
Essentially, exfoliation helps improve the texture of the skin. Especially, if the skin is dry or feels rough, exfoliation can help revive dry skin. However, for that, one needs to exfoliate on a regular.
Fights signs of ageing
You don’t want your skin to reveal your age? The solution is as simple as it gets! Exfoliating your skin on a regular basis. Exfoliation helps fight signs of ageing. By removing dead skin cells, exfoliation helps you get rid of wrinkles, fine lines, dark circles, and helps you age gracefully. Moreover, exfoliation leaves your skin with a refreshing glow which will eventually leave people guessing your age.
The reasons for pigmentation can be many. Pigmentation is the dark areas that come from age, pregnancy and changes in your hormonal balance. These become more prominent as the skin ages. Exfoliation facilitates breaking up of the pigmented cells and encourages them to fade.
Have you had enough of those frequent breakouts? Done with blackheads, whiteheads, and acne making your skin look dull and patchy? Exfoliating your skin will help keep pores clean and unclogged. When pores get clogged up with dead skin cells, oils from your skin get trapped beneath the surface, which could lead to pimples. Help yourself keep acne under control by keeping pores clean and clear! However, do not scrub active acne, or it may spread.
Repairs uneven skin tone
Exfoliation can help repair the uneven skin tone. A regular exfoliation regime can make your skin tone even, and make it softer and smoother than before.
Before and After waxing benefits
Exfoliating your skin lifts any hair tucked under the dead skin which makes it easier to be removed during waxing. Hence, less pull equates to less pain. It is also recommended to exfoliate every second day post waxing to reduce the formation of in-growths after waxing.
When you exfoliate, the blood circulation in the body increases and the lymphatic system gets a boost. This helps in the developments of new skin cells, breaks down fatty tissues, and detoxifies your system. Exfoliating scrubs are also known to effectively combat cellulite problems. Well, those are too many benefits for something as simple exfoliation, isn’t it? Shed those dead skin cells and allow your skin to glow like never before!
Keep watching this space as we’re bringing you some easy DIY natural scrub recipes, only for you! Until then, take a look at few of our blog archives and visit/revisit these links for some easy DIY recipes for a flawless skin (Click on the hyperlinks).
See ya soon!