Exfoliate for Glowing, Healthy Skin

By Bill Vogel, Creator of the Shave Well Shower Mirror
Article from Hormones-beauty-health.com

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Clear, glowing skin can be achieved with proper cleaning and exfoliating techniques.  It is important to clear your skin of dead cells to give room for new growth.

One of the best times to clean you face is in a warm shower. Learn what our expert contributor has to say about the efficiency and many benefits of including yourbeauty routine as part of your shower.

Clean Your Face in a Warm Shower

Exfoliating your face is the best way to reduce the effects of aging because it actually removes dead skin and promotes new cell turnover, fine lines will be less visible and your complexion will glow. After 2-3 minutes in the shower, where the warm moist air really softens your skin and opens your pores, exfoliating becomes most effective and causes less irritation. The benefits of exfoliating in the shower are far greater for this essential beauty treatment.

Gentle facial scrubs can be used three times a week to reduce signs of aging and keep skin aglow.

Tools needed:

a fog-free shower mirror
loofah, exfoliating gloves, facial brush or a synthetic scrubbing sponge

1. Moisten your face with water before exfoliating.
2. Apply a gentle face soap or scrub to the loofah, gloves, brush or sponge.
3. Rub your face using circular gentle motions.
4. Rinse thoroughly with warm water.
5. Apply a soothing moisturizer to make skin soft and supple.

Bill Vogel, EVP, The Shave Well Company fog free shower mirror

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One comment on “Exfoliate for Glowing, Healthy Skin

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