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The Magic of Exfoliating: A Three-Step Process

 

There are times when you feel like your skin is dull and lifeless, lacking suppleness, radiance, and a smooth texture. Exfoliating your facial skin can brighten your complexion and leave skin feeling undeniably smooth and soft. The exfoliating process removes dead cells on the skin’s surface, reducing the appearance of discoloration and age spots, diminishing fine lines and wrinkles, and rejuvenating skin’s delicate properties.

There are three important steps to the exfoliation process:

Step 1 - Wash

You’ll want to start with a clean slate, so washing your face and getting rid of dirt and impurities will ensure you’re off to a pristine start. Using a clean, damp cloth, a small amount of facial cleanser and warm water (not hot), gently rub your skin in circular motions.

A facial cleanser should be a gentle formula, free from harsh ingredients, but effective enough to deliver results. Dermpura is a cleanser that can totally revitalize the skin without stripping it of moisture or causing irritation. When done, pat dry with a fresh towel, being careful not to rub the skin too briskly.

Step 2 – Rejuvenate and Repair

This next step is where the magic happens. An exfoliating serum buffs the skin’s surface to reveal its true beautiful self underneath. It replenishes drab skin, improves tone and texture, and minimizes dark spots and blemishes caused by age and sun damage. A serum such as Glowpeel contains extraordinary brightening complexes and proven, natural ingredients that polish the top epidermis layer for a flawless look.

Step 3 – Lock It In

Now that you’ve created a fresh, clean canvas you’ll want to lock in your efforts with a deep but light-feeling moisturizer. You need a barrier to protect your newly resurfaced skin from the effects of the sun, and nourishment to ensure optimum hydration. An all-day moisturizer like Dermaxsol is quick-absorbing and non-greasy, a perfect security blanket for your flawless complexion.

Enjoy your transformation in three easy steps. Signed, sealed, and delivered.