Exfoliation is an important aspect of any skin-care regimen. While other skin care products can reduce blemishes, exfoliating gives your skin a clean slate and rejuvenates your cells. Here’s everything you need to know about exfoliating. Your skin will thank you later.
What is Exfoliation?
Exfoliation is the process of removing dead skin from your skin’s outer layer using a grainy substance, chemical, or exfoliating tool. While your body naturally sheds dead skin cells around every 30 days, that’s a lot of days to wait to see your best skin possible! Also, not all dead skin fully sheds, which can lead to dry, flaky, and clogged pores. Which can lead to inflammation or blemishes, and nobody wants those! You can help your body’s natural exfoliation along with a manual sloughing routine.
Quick note: While chemical exfoliation is an option, it’s so important to use exfoliants with natural ingredients to give your body all it needs to make you glow. A light touch goes a long way, especially for sensitive skin.
What are the Benefits of Exfoliating?
While the main goal of exfoliation is removing dead skin, there are several other benefits that come with removing dead skin cells on a regular basis.
- Exfoliation creates a radiant, glowing complexion.
- Exfoliation helps moisturizers work more effectively.
- Exfoliation helps unclog pores and draw out impurities
- Exfoliation helps smooth the skin.
Introducing MUTHA™ The Nudist Exfoliating Body Bar
Knowing that exfoliation is key to any skin care routine, Hope and her team developed the MUTHA™ The Nudist Exfoliating Body Bar. The body bar reveals smooth, soft skin while a renewable wood pulp microfoliant gently removes dead skin cells, bumps, roughness, and ingrown hairs. Cupuacu seed butter, jojoba seed oil, and Vitamins B3, B5, and E work together to hydrate and support your skin’s natural moisture barrier.