Exfoliating tips

Glowing-Skin

Smooth and glowing skin is a result of a little bit of daily effort. Skin does not look healthy overnight. A little bit of effort and upkeep is required on a regular basis. Dead cells lie on the surface of the skin and just removing these results in a healthy complexion.   Exfoliation need not be a time consuming or an expensive option. There are a number of exfoliating products available off the shelf. Miskn has an antibacterial and exfoliating foaming cleanser suitable for acneic and oily skin. Developed especially for problem skin, it combines salicylic acid with soothing niacinamide and antibacterial tea tree oil to help improve the appearance of problematic skin, whilst helping prevent future breakouts. It Deep cleanses without leaving the skin feeling dry.

For normal skin without any problems a number of exfoliating scrubs can be used from bottles off the kitchen shelf. Here are a few simple exfoliation options to choose from:

Sugar mixed with honey and lemon is great for sloughing away dead skin and leaving the skin feeling soft and glowing. The sugar works as the exfoliant and honey soothe and adds a glow to the skin. Use raw honey if possible as raw honey is antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-fungal. It kills skin infections, including acne. and reduces inflammation and hydrates. Keep in mind that not only does exfoliating slough away dead skin cells, but it also unclogs the oil and dirt from the surface of the skin. The clogged pores are one of the main causes of acne breakouts. To avoid clogging make sure you exfoliate once in a week or two weeks as per your skin type.

If daily exfoliation is what you prefer then opt for a homemade scrub using baking soda. Baking soda is gentle on the skin and does not dry it out even if it used daily. It also does not need to be combined with any other ingredient. Make sure it is a natural baking soda.

Other scrubs can be made using exfoliating ingredients like oatmeal, sea salt, orange peel powder and brown sugar. Each of these ingredients are combined with a soothing ingredient like honey, olive oil, essential oils, and milk to make a scrub to suit your skin type.

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