There are several factors that make our skin lackluster and ridden with impurities. The sun, pollution and stress often affect our skin causing dead skin build-up, blackheads, acne and other such problems. This is when exfoliation comes to your rescue. It takes away the dead skin cells, stimulates blood flow and gives rise to new cell growth thereby making your skin glow. Wondering how you can exfoliate your skin at home? Here’s a low-down…
We can’t stop stressing on the fact that when your skin is ridden with dead cells that make it lose its original complexion, scrubbing is the only promise you must make to your skin. As a rule, opt for an exfoliating scrub once a week if you have regular or oily skin and once in ten days if you have sensitive skin. We’ve been fans of the St. Ives Fresh Face Apricot Scrub, which removes deep-set oil and dirt from your skin. Moreover, it prevents sebum buildup thereby helping you treat acne. So if you’ve been suffering from dull skin, this is an ideal solution for you.
Cleanse your skin with a cleanser that suits your skin type to remove all your makeup and impurities.
Massage your skin gently with the St. Ives Fresh Face Apricot Scrub for about 30 seconds.
Wash off with lukewarm water and follow this up with a moisturiser that suits your skin type.