Get New Skin

You can get new skin weekly from the comfort of your home.

The winter can be brutal on our skin, but there are things that can be done at home to help maintain its glow. Exfoliating the skin removes the dead skin cells from the top layer so that new skin can grow. Exfoliating should be an important part of your routine at home, because it makes everything else you use that more effective. If you have acne for example, removing the unneeded dead skin from your face will help the serums, moisturizers, or any treatments you use penetrate the skin quicker. This will make any product used for acne more effective. Exfoliating at home is an easy process and only has to be done weekly. One thing to keep in mind however is that you need different exfoliators for your body and face.
For the body I use the body scrub Tropic from Sabon. Not only does it smell delicious, but it also leaves your body feeling silky soft. The best part is that the softness really lasts. The scrub is made up of essential oils that moisturize the skin and salt from the Dead Sea. This particular scrub is also great for people with skin conditions like psoriasis and eczema. After using it your skin will feel so soft that you wont even need to apply moisturizer. 
For the face you can find a daily exfoliator like philosophy’s The Microdelivery Exfoliating Wash. It’s strong enough to get rid of the dead skin, but mild enough to be used daily. A great thing about this facial scrub is that it doesn’t dry your skin out. Another effective facial exfoliator is the Face Polisher from Sabon. It has tiny scrubbing beads, lemon and mint oils. The lemon is good for evening out the skin tone, and mint is a natural antiseptic. You face will feel so refreshed and clean afterwards.
One more part of the body you can exfoliate are the lips. The winter can make our lips dry and flaky. Philosophy’s Kiss Me Exfoliating Lip Scrub can keep your lips smooth and moisturized all winter long.
After a couple of weeks of exfoliating you’ll notice a positive difference in your skin. 

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