Should I Exfoliate?
The Truth about using Exfoliant as a major skincare treatment.
Should I exfoliate? Simple answer… Yes!
Exfoliation is extremely effective. On acne, scarring, thick damaged or normal skin it helps to stay fresh and healthy. The purpose of an Exfoliant is not just superficial, it lies deep in the skin.
How does an Exfoliant work?
Exfoliation is a genuine rejuvenation treatment for the skin’s surface and the deep-skin tissue that’ll become the skin you see. Your skin sheds dead cells, approximately on a 28 day cycle. Skin cells mix with pollutants and oils on the surface and become sticky, creating a dull unhealthy looking skin. The cells can become very dry and flaky.
In winter this often happens when we are surrounded by artificial, dry heat and extreme conditions. It also occurs when we’re outside in harsh winds and rain. Clothing and scarves close around our face also draw moisture from the cells. Your skin may become oily in water as the oil glands become over-active and stressed with the drying conditions. This extra oil blends with shedding cells and creates an environment for bacteria and fungus. This can create more problems with whiteheads, blackheads and breakouts.
Exfoliants effectively remove sticky, oily dead cells, increasing circulation, stimulating healthy cell growth and a beautiful complexion.
Effects on Skin.
Exfoliation and cleansing retard wrinkles and the skins aging process by keeping it fresh and healthy. In the aging skin, deep cells in the skin become thin and lose their elasticity. Exfoliation promotes restoration of cells. With the increase in production the cells become more compact and thicker adding firmness to support layers of the skin.
Exfoliation is a renewal to the deep tissues, giving firmness and more tone to the skin. Increased blood flow by the stimulation of exfoliating increases oxygen and nutrients in the dermis and epidermis. The exchange of toxins and waste improve the quality of the reproducing basal cells. Exfoliating is very constructive to the skin and increases its strength. It also stimulates connective tissue therfore reducing superficial wrinkles. Increasing blood flow aids in dispersing congealed blood, diffusing redness of the skin in tiny blood vessels.
Should I exfoliate for acne.
The real benefits of exfoliation for acne lie in its ability to cleanse deep in the skin. This aids to open clogged pores and decongest asphyxiated skin. Increasing blood flow aids with detoxing and healing the skin, in other words allowing replacement of important nutrients and water. There is no limit to the number of exfoliations the skin will tolerate. Exfoliating gently 3 or 4 times a week, followed by a day or night cream. This adds nourishment and moisture to the prepared skin and would be extremely beneficial.
Recommend regular exfoliation.
CResults Exfoliant is extremely gentle and effective using Jojoba wax beads as the abrasive. These beads are gentle and kind to the skin with minimal aggression. The jojoba beads are perfect spheres. They roll over the skins surface stimulating it without causing micro cuts that can damage the skin.
Most importantly it is suitable for all skin types, male and female.
If the skin is aged, dehydrated, damaged or suffering with acne, follow exfoliation with Manuka Makeover Mask with 20% raw Manuka Honey. Leave on for 20 minutes, emulsify with warm water, remove with warm cloth and apply Hydrating Renewal Cream. This will continue the Manuka honey activity throughout the night.
For extreme persistent skin problems, replace the Makeover mask with the new Manuka Dermal Salvage Repair cream, with 30% raw manuka honey and lavender oil. This cream is highly effective to reduce inflammation and repair scars.