Exfoliation towel (body only)
Body Exfoliation Towel
Exfoliation is the removal of dry/dead skin cells on the surface of the skin. It is simply one of the most important steps of your home skincare routine for body. Exfoliation alleviates many skin issues, as well as increases blood circulation, promoting healthy and glowing skin.
We suggest exfoliating twice a week as part of a good home care regime. While it’s important to remove dead skin it’s also important not to strip away too many of your natural oils, so a good balance is essential.
Simply wet, lather, rinse and repeat. We find that wetting your body and the towel in the shower, turning off the shower, lathering up the towel and scrubbing your entire body from the shoulders to the toes is the most effective way to get a thorough exfoliation. Pay special attention to the elbows, knees, and problem areas. Reuse this towel until it's too soft to exfoliate. Care instruction: throw this towel into the washing machine with your other towels and hang it up to dry.
Aftercare For Exfoliating
- When you increase blood circulation, break down toxins and encourage new skin cells to come through, it is important that you drink plenty of water which flushes toxins and improves hydration.
- It is important to apply moisturizer after exfoliation to help hydrate the skin.
- Protect your freshly exfoliated skin from UV rays, sun, sunbed for 24 hours.
Benefits of Exfoliation
- Reduce Ingrown Hairs - Sugaring removes the hair from the root. The hair will grow back weaker and sometimes struggles to pierce through dry skin. Exfoliating the area removes the dead skin and allows new hairs to break through the surface.
- Address Blemished Skin - It is important for people with blemished skin, pigmentation and dark marks, clogged pores, to exfoliate at least twice a week. Removing dead cells while keeping the skin clean and hydrated inside and out by drinking plenty of water and following exfoliation with lotion.
- Soothe Dry Skin - If your skin is dry or dehydrated, you may find scaly or flakey areas which would benefit hugely from exfoliation. Once you have exfoliated an area of dry skin you can apply a moisturizer to the new skin cells.
- Circulatory Health - Exfoliation increases blood circulation while stimulating your lymphatic system. This is beneficial for the body by helping encourage new skin cells, breaking down fatty tissues, and breaking down and flushing toxins from the skin. Regularly exfoliating the skin encourages beautifully soft ready to absorb moisturizer.
- Enhance Spray Tans - Removing dead skin cells from your body will leave an even and consistent surface. This will ensure your spray tan looks amazing and lasts longer.
- Sun Protection and Tanning - Exfoliating dead skin cells from your body is essential for optimal sun protection and tanning and is ideal as a seasonal skin boost. By removing dead skin cells your sunscreen works better and the sun will be affecting the new skin cells, which will last longer and leave your tan looking more even. Make sure you apply sunscreen at least 20 minutes before you go outside and keep your skin protected safely when tanning, and as always stay hydrated.