What is Exfoliating?
Exfoliating is the process of removing dead skin cells from the outer layer of skin using chemical and/or chemical products. Exfoliating will slough the dead skin cells off your outer layer skin which results in, brighter and more fresh-looking skin. Regular exfoliating is important and will reduce acne breakouts, fines lines, and wrinkles, clean your pores and keeps your skin receptive and ready to the nutrition products.
What are the different types of exfoliating?
There are two method of exfoliating; Physical and Chemical. Physical exfoliating is basically the same as scrubbing where you scrub away the dead skins using products containing small grains, brushes or other tools.
Chemical exfoliating is done using products that contains acids like Glycolic acid and Salicylic acid. light Chemical Exfoliation can be done at home using products at home and the more intense treatments are by skin therapist in the form of chemical peeling.
Which exfoliation is best for my skin?
physical exfoliation is good for those with non sensitive skins as the grains can cause irritation for people with sensitive skins or people with active acne. Chemical exfoliators are suitable for all type of skin especially those with sensitive skins. Chemical exfoliations works with deeper layers of skin and thus will have more visible results in reducing lines, wrinkles.
How often should you exfoliate?
Twice a week is a good start for exfoliating. After a while, you can exfoliate more often if your skin doesn't show any sign of irritation but it should not be part of your daily routine. Stop exfoliating if you see any sign of irritation such as redness, inflammation.
Supreme Polishing treatment is a great product that combines chemical and physical exfoliating, and on top of that, it provides your skin with the key ingredients to nourish and moisturize your skin. if you are looking for more intense and only Chemical exfoliate then Mesoestetic Glycolic acid is the perfect weekly exfoliator for your routine.