Exfoliate! An effectively natural process helpful in shedding of dry, old and hardened skin cells that clogs the skin so as to give space for new cells to come on the surface.
Not only limiting its advantages to skin care, exfoliation (scrubbing) also increases blood circulation, which is the key to achieve healthy, glowing and scrumptious skin.
The Benefits of Scrubbing in Its Way to Clear and Glowing Skin:
Rejuvenates Blemished Skin:
In order to get a newly refined smoothness and clarity, scrubbing should be the main focus of a home care program. Since after using harsh acne products, we tend to over-dry the skin, which primarily acts as a barrier to trap oil, thereby starting a new cycle of breakouts. Scrubbing is the best idea to remove the clogged pores giving a way to healthy, glowing skin.
Spotlight: Prefer using manual scrubbing once or twice a week and reserve applying chemical exfoliation for more intermittent use.
- Heals Post-Breakouts:
The blemishes on the skin often tend to leave a dark mark for a while, which is perhaps the real concern more than the actual blemishes. The key to fade these post-breakout dark marks is to exfoliate twice a week and spur new healthy skin tissues (non-scarred) to grow through. Eventually, following this youíll get even more toned skin with much less scarring.†
- Breaks Up Pigmented Cells:
Hyper-pigmentation often called as skin discoloration come from age, genetics, hormonal imbalance and sometimes due to pregnancy. These brown spots tend to appear more darker as the skin starts aging.
Scrubbing agents are a great source for breaking up the rise of pigmented cells promoting healthy skin reproductions and naturally allowing them to fade.
- Increases Blood Circulation:
When you scrub your skin, you are clearing the path for lymphatic system hence increasing the blood circulation which is very vital for giving birth to new skin cells, and in breaking down fatty tissues and draining out harmful toxins from your skin. ††
- Removes Clogged Pores Blocks:
Clogged pores or letís mention blackheads, whiteheads and little clogged bumps on the skin. Whatíd be the role of scrubbing in it? Clogged pores are the result of excessive oil and dirt that stay trapped and congested inside the pores. As soon as you exfoliate your skin, you remove the surface dry skin cells that directly aid in reducing breakouts and helps in clearing clogged pores.
Tips To Scrub Your Skin The Right Way:
- Gently exfoliate in upward and circular motions twice a week before you move to bed, after splashing lukewarm water onto skin.
- Pat a dry towel and lock your skin with hydrating moisturizer and your favorite anti aging serum, post exfoliation.
Your scrubbing regimen depends totally upon your professional skin analysis diagnosed and performed by a skin practitioner or a dermatologist. The therapist can recommend you the right advice on how often to exfoliate and how to incorporate scrubbing into your regime.
Following this regime, your mornings will turn out to be much brighter and your skin extremely smoother.