How to Exfoliate Your Skin Properly #Skin_Care
How to exfoliate your neck
The neck is one of the more neglected areas of the. Considering it’s constantly exposed to the elements that contribute to skin aging it needs special care and attention. The neck skin is not as delicate as the face, but it’s still sensitive enough to require a facial exfoliator rather than a body exfoliator. We recommend using Exfoliating Scrub for the Face.
How to exfoliate your knees and elbows
Knees and elbows are prone to dark, rough, dry patches. By exfoliating these areas, you buff away the roughness and improves skin’s texture and appearance. Try Exfoliating Scrub for the Body. Its which has ground grape seeds leave skin smoother and more radiant.
How to exfoliate your décolleté
The same rules apply to the décolleté as for the neck. The décolleté should be exfoliated with a gentle facial exfoliator. Body scrubs are generally too harsh for delicate décolleté skin. The décolleté should be exfoliated weekly using small circular gentle motions.
How to exfoliate your feets
Dry, cracked and callused feet aren’t a good look for anyone. Many of us get a nice foot exfoliation when we get a pedicure, but when you can’t get to the nail salon, you should definitely exfoliate your feet at home using your body exfoliator to slough away dead skin cells from your feet.
How to exfoliate your hands
Many of us forget that hands need regular exfoliation, too. They are constantly exposed to the sun and since the skin on our hands is thinner than the skin on our faces, it’s more prone to showing signs of aging. Natural Fruit Acid Exfoliant helps to revitalize skin. Your hands look and feel softer and smoother.