Exfoliating is the key to smooth, youthful skin.

Here is how it works. Dead skin cells and sebum, (oils from the pores) build up on the surface of the skin. The cells have bonds that are hard to break, and the oil is sticky and clogs pores. If they don’t release from the surface, your skin can not breath. What does all of this mean for your face? You’ll most likely have an uneven texture that looks dull and lusterless. Dead cells that lock in oil leads to combination skin that can be oily and dry and flaky. All of this can also lead to acne.

Avoid this when exfoliating

Your exfoliant should be manual exfoliating rather than chemicals. Chemicals strip down and don’t stop at the dead skin; they damage the new cells below it. Manual exfoliating should be gentle dissolving beads that you can apply to your face with fingertips or cleansing brush. They should also hydrate your skin and help to hold in hydration.

This is what makes the difference

Benefits of a Good Exfoliate


Exfoliating 2 to 3 x per week opens the way for moisturizing products to penetrate more deeply into the skin, which makes them more effective. In short, breaking the bonds of dead cells and removing this hard to penetrate layer will allow you to get the most out of your Anti-Aging Serums, Protective Daytime Treatment and Nourishing Overnight Treatment.

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