Exfoliating the skin has numerous benefits.Firstly, it helps to remove dead skin cells, allowing for a smoother and brighter complexion.
Additionally, exfoliation can help to unclog pores and prevent acne breakouts. It also promotes cell turnover, which can reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Moreover, exfoliating can improve the effectiveness of other skincare products, as it allows them to penetrate deeper into the skin. Overall, exfoliating is a beneficial skincare practice that can lead to healthier and more radiant skin.
Our guava exfoliant utilizes natural physical exfoliants, such as rosehip powder, to gently remove dead skin cells, resulting in supple and soft skin. By avoiding the use of micro-plastics, which can harm marine life and waterways, it promotes environmental sustainability an innocent face scrub using only 100% natural physical exfoliants. The combination of guava extract and rose-hip powder not only reduces blemishes but also evens out skin tone and its great for sensitive skin.
Leading to an improved complexion with regular use. Moreover, the inclusion of Watermelon, Guava, and Strawberry Extracts provides additional exfoliation and helps minimize pores, resulting in a smoother skin tone. Incorporating this exfoliant into your luxury skincare routine will contribute to healthier skin.
How Often Should i Be Exfoliating?
Those with Oily skin should exfoliate every night if possible. For skin with acne, a BHA serum applied nightly can help improve congestion and should be regular part of skincare routine. However, if also using retinol, make sure you exfoliate on alternative nights so as not irritate or dry out the skin.
Those with DRY Skin should exfoliate up to three times a week or possible a little more, depending on how well your skin tolerates it. Avoid heavy or strong formulas. Try our Hyaluronic Acid Gel mask for intense hydration.
Those with Sensitive skin should exfoliate just once or twice a week depending on how the skin reacts. Our mild formulation to use on sensitive skin, Malic acid but those with more serious skin conditions such as eczema or psoriasis should consult a professional before introducing any exfoliants.