Exfoliation! Be Bold!!! Strip-Tease and bare your beautiful skin!!!

 

7 Benefits of Exfoliation You Didn’t Know You Were Getting

  • It Unclogs Pores.
  • It Helps Prevents Acne. …
  • It Helps Professional Skincare Penetrate Deeper. …
  • It Helps Even Your Skin Tone. …
  • It Boosts Circulation and Lymphatic Drainage. …
  • It Increases Cell Turnover. …
  • It Stimulates Collagen Synthesis.

Proper exfoliation removes the barrier of dead skin cells clogging the skin and uncovers fresh new cells below. When the outer surface of skin is made of newer skin cells, skin feels softer and looks more luminous with less lines and imperfections. It encourages the skin to behave younger and turnover quicker.

This also opens the way for treatment products to penetrate more deeply into skin, which makes them more effective. It helps unclog your pores, allowing the sebum get out thereby helping prevent acne.

Proper exfoliation also aids in improving skin tone. Discolored and irregular cells can also become trapped causing spots, discoloration, and sometimes more serious skin conditions. Encouraging the dead skin layers to slough off allows any melanin inhibiting serum to get deeper into the skin and work more effectively to even out pigment.

Cell turnover is the process by which skin cells mature and rise to the stratum corneum layer and push the existing (dead) cells out of the way.

When we are babies, cellular turnover can happen in as little as 1 – 2 weeks vs. someone in their 50’s taking approximately 60 – 90 days plus!Regular cell turnover and exfoliation keep the skin looking full and radiant and help it behave younger.

Regular exfoliation helps stimulate collagen synthesis to improve the skin’s texture, integrity, and keep the skin looking plump, tight, and actually helps it behave younger. In this way, exfoliating actually offers serious anti-aging benefits

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