How to Use Body Scrubs To Remove Dead Skin Cells And Improve Skin Health

Exfoliation has always been a great way of improving skin health by eliminating dead skin cells from it. It involves the removal of the oldest dead skin cells on the skin’s outermost surface. Exfoliation or scrubbing is involved in all facials and during chemical peels.

The process involves the use of body scrub to remove dead skin cells that cause your skin to look rough, wrinkly, dry, and uneven. Therefore exfoliation is important for at least two to three times a week for normal and combination skin.

You can get your own spa at home by adding a natural coffee body scrub to your cleansing knapsacks. Here in this article, we have highlighted some useful tips on how to use scrubs to exfoliate the skin so that you can refine your face the right way for better outcomes.

Select a scrub that includes healthy ingredients There are several body scrubs available in the market that you can buy as per your skin type. However, it is suggested that you go for natural body scrubs that are rich in all essential ingredients.

A natural body scrubs usually contains essentials oils, sugar, walnuts, coffee, etc that helps exfoliate skin nicely to remove dead skin cells. Before you start exfoliating your skin, take a bath or shower. You can use soap or body wash before applying the scrub. After taking bath start the Exfoliation Process.

Make Sure that your entire body where the Scrub is being applied is wet with water. Exfoliating the dry skin may cause rashes and irritation to your skin. Take two scoops of the scrub and rub it into your skin in a circular motion. It should feel good to your skin and not cause pain. Use the same pressure that you would use to apply lotion body. Try to keep it gentle.

After you rub the scrub all over the skin, step into the water and gently rinse off the scrub leaving the oil behind. Repeat the process twice a week for smooth and exfoliated skin. Check out this post to get more tips on exfoliating and getting glowing skin.