Are you tired of having dull, lifeless skin? One of the key things for glowing, youthful skin is exfoliation. Exfoliation should always be the basis for your skincare routine as it clears away any dead skin cells. When the dead skin cells start to pile up on the surface of your skin, it can leave it looking dull and dry. This build up can also result in clogged pores, which often leads to blemishes and congestion. If you don’t exfoliate your skin your skincare products, such as moisturisers and treatment serums, are unable to penetrate past the dead skin cells and work effectively.
There are two categories of exfoliants, liquid exfoliants and physical exfoliants and they both use different methods. It is important to understand the different types and how regularly you should be using them, because you can over-exfoliate your skin. Some exfoliants can damage your skin, so it is important to always check with your dermatologist or skin specialist before trying a new product.
Watch Tracey Beeby, from Ultraceuticals, explain the key differences between liquid and physical exfoliants, and how to properly apply each.
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