The oldest skin once dead forms a layer on our skin. The dead skin layer rarely goes away by itself. Skin is the largest organ of the human body that we wear all day and night long. Skin is most exposed to the surroundings compared to any other organ, making it more vulnerable.
Exfoliating is very important. Exfoliation removes the dead skin layer, dirt, sweat from the skin. Thus exfoliating is a must.
Exfoliation for oily skin is all the more required, as oily skin makes the dead skin layer stick on the surface, leading to clogged follicles building up to acne producing bacteria, stimulating breakouts.
Exfoliating smoothens the skin, improving skin tone and skin texture. The number of times of exfoliation in a week depends on an individual’s skin type. Choosing the right product is equally important too. Apply an exfoliator generously, leaving the eye area, massaging your face gently. Wash it off with lukewarm water.
Moisturiser is a must! A good hydrating facial moisturiser is much needed post exfoliation.
Lip exfoliation is equally necessary, as they also have dead skin layer deposition on them, making the lips look dull, chapped and dark. For that perfect pout, a gentle scrub is needed. There are many lip scrubs available, but you can also make one at home, by using brown sugar and honey, mix them and apply a generous amount and gently scrub on the lips and wash it off. Hydrate your lips with lip balm.
Good exfoliation leads to a happy and healthy skin.