People of the world: yes. No matter what your skin type is, it’s important to rid those dead skin cells sitting on your face and body. With regular exfoliation, comes healthy skin (it’ll also help to reduce discolouration, fine lines and wrinkles, if you’re set on doing so). Our skin is battling all sorts of climes – from the outdoors, to tube journeys, and even air conditioning, so it's vital maintain its healthy condition.
How to get baby-soft skin (a lesson in exfoliating)
Like the circle of (skin) life, cells die naturally. It’s part of that regenerating process that goes on from top to toe. Alas, if we don’t remove the dead skin cells, they can cause causing ingrown hairs, clogged pores, and acne. Good news, exfoliators are the skincare superheroes, saving arms, legs, the whole darn body by removing the surface layer of our skin, and speeding up the natural shed cycle. From facial peels, to full body scrub-downs, exfoliation is a one way ticket to the skin of your younger years (real young, newborn baby, in fact): here’s how it’s done.
By Rachel Spedding