Natural exfoliation tips to keep your skin glowing

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We
all want bright, smooth, youthful looking skin, right?
Today
Stephanie from
Expert Home Tips
is here to tell you all about exfoliation and the many wonders it can
do for your skin today.

Dull,
flaky, dry-looking skin? You may think what your skin needs is a new
moisturiser. Perhaps you’re right, but often all those problems
will be remedied with a completely different solution –
exfoliation.

Exfoliation
refers to the removal of dead skin cells, and is essential in order
for new, healthy skin cells to come through.

It’s
important to remember that, while removal of dry and dead skin cells
is essential, the skin is fragile and easily damaged. For this
reason, exfoliation should only be carried out once or twice a week,
and care should be taken when choosing a product. As with most
things, a natural and organic product is going to be the best for
your skin.

The
Natural Skincare Company has so many wonderful natural products.
Paul
Penders Active Glow Facial Scrub
is so special – it will indeed
make you glow. Containing a blend of exfoliating and natural
botanical ingredients, it gently removes dead skin cells while
simultaneously stimulating new skin cell growth. Ingredients such as
coconut, bamboo and aloe vera extracts and a variety of floral
powders and essentials oils combine to make this a premium natural
product. The powerful ingredients will do wonders for your skin, and
leave you looking younger and fresher than ever.

Exfoliation
truly has so many benefits for the skin. Here are four reasons to
start exfoliating with
Paul
Penders Active Glow Facial Scrub
into your weekly skincare
routine today.

  1. Exfoliate
    for more youthful-looking skin:

Forgo
exfoliation, and your skin will be covered with a layer of dead skin
cells. These cells are old, so it’s no real surprise they will make
you look older too!

Removing
these dry and flaky skin cells will reveal the new skin cells hidden
beneath. These new cells are healthy and full of life – they’re
the key to that ‘glow’ we’re all so eager to get our hands on.

  1. Your
    products will be more effective

You
may be investing in cracking skincare products, but if you’re not
exfoliating, you could be wasting your money. Using products on a
face covered with dead skin cells will actually do very little – dead
cells cannot be brought back to life, and products can’t penetrate
through them to reach living cells underneath.

By
removing dead skin cells, products will be able to work on living
cells directly. Moisturisers will sink deeper into skin and finally
be given a real chance to deliver on all their claimed effects.

  1. Get
    a gorgeous, healthy glow

What
is the key to that mystical ‘glow’?

Exfoliation
could be the answer. Not only will it remove old, dry skin cells
which lead to tired-looking skin and reveal fresh and bright ones in
their place, but the exfoliation itself provides other benefits.

Stimulation
of skin cells through exfoliation increases the blood supply to the
face. The result is plumper, brighter and healthier looking skin with
a natural flush and healthy glow.

Start
reaping all the benefits of exfoliation, and you’ll look just as
bright and beautiful with or without your makeup.

  1. Creates a smooth canvas
    for makeup application

If
you
are fond of makeup and never leave the house without it,
improving the ‘canvas’ you work on will help you look more
flawless than ever.

We’ve
all tried applying foundation on dry and flaky skin – it doesn’t go
on smooth, and the results are never perfect. It can be extremely
frustrating, especially if you’ve invested in a product that claims
to ‘do it all’.

Well,
just like skincare products, makeup is only as good as the skin you
apply it to. Exfoliating once a week with a natural product will
remove dry skin cells, leaving you with a smoother canvas to work
with.

Start
exfoliating today, and you’ll finally get that picture-perfect
application you’ve been after.

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