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Exfoliation is a skincare practice that involves removing dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. While the skin does naturally shed dead cells through a process called desquamation, there are several reasons why additional exfoliation can be beneficial:

Why Exfoliation is Beneficial:
Enhanced Cell Turnover:The skin renews itself approximately every 28 days, with new skin cells replacing old ones. However, as we age, this process slows down, leading to a buildup of dead skin cells on the surface.

  • Improved Tone & Texture: While the skin naturally sheds, sometimes dead skin cells can accumulate, causing rough patches and uneven texture.

    Clogged Pores and Acne Prevention: Exfoliating helps to remove these accumulated cells, resulting in smoother and softer skin.

  • Natural Buildup: Dead skin cells can mix with oil and become trapped in pores, leading to blackheads, whiteheads, and acne.
    Clearer Pores: Exfoliation helps to clear out these dead cells and prevent clogged pores, reducing the occurrence of acne and blemishes.
    Enhanced Absorption of Skincare Productions: A buildup of dead skin cells can act as a barrier, preventing skincare products from penetrating deeply and being fully effective.By removing this barrier, exfoliation allows serums, moisturisers, and other skincare products to penetrate more effectively, enhancing their benefits.

    Stimulated Collagen Production: As we age, collagen production decreases, leading to signs of aging like wrinkles and sagging skin.

    -Collette xx