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Exfoliators & Scrubs

SCRUBS Exfoliation is the removal of dry, dead skin. It’s an important part of any beneficial skin care routine. When you exfoliate and remove dead, dull lifeless skin from the face, as well as the lips, neck, décolletage and body, it will help support penetration of other products (ie. serums) into the skin for optimal results, Improving age spots, uneven skin tone and the texture ensuring your skin is smooth for make-up application.

We all strive for smooth, youthful looking skin; We are born with it however as we age the natural desquamation process slows down. Without regular exfoliation, lifeless skin cells build on the surface of the skin dulling complexion and essentially creating a barrier that prevents our products from penetrating into the skin to work effectively.

There are different skin care products that you can choose for your skin and complexion that exfoliate. A cruelty-free exfoliant with natural skincare ingredients can uncover fresh skin cells for more glowing skin. Skin care products with retinol, hydroxy acid and exfoliating properties, like lactic acid, can help improve the appearance of an uneven skin tone.

Physical exfoliants are granular ingredients that manually remove dead skin cells and require a gentle scrubbing or polishing action. Physical exfoliants work by scrubbing away dead skin cells and can be used on both the face and body. Did you know that a moisturiser can exfoliate the skin as well? A skincare exfoliating face cream with skin soothing botanicals and retinol can also work as a moisturiser for dry skin and can help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Vitamin A (Retinol) will exfoliate the outer layers of the skin to reveal fresher, radiant cells and minimise the visible appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Vitamin A is a great addition to add to your anti-ageing skin regime to get a brighter looking complexion and to increase skin radiance, whilst promoting even skin tone and skin texture, this is a must have for all skin types.

Did you know a mask can be an exfoliator too? A Cranberry Exfoliating Mask with a combination of enzymes with acids that helps unclog pores and leaves skin feeling dramatically softer. Enzymes work by slowly breaking down the keratin protein, which will slough away the build-up of dead skin cells
Enzymes are typically sourced from fruits, with the most common being pineapple (bromelain) and papaya (papain) enzymes. The upper layer of the skin is mostly made up of dead skin cells, which contains the protein Keratin.

With clear skin boosting pads, helps cleanser and exfoliate improving the skin’s texture and evens complexion while purifying pores
We have the best Intensive depigmenting discs which is an Innovative home peeling system that enhances the action of other depigmenting products. Its chemical and enzymatic exfoliating active ingredients promote skin renewal in 20 minutes, a one-off, shock treatment for skin with dark spots or as an adjuvant to other depigmenting products.

A cooling Algae scrub that uses jojoba beads to remove excess skin cells through gentle exfoliation, leaving the skin smooth and prepped for advanced treatment products and is suitable for all skin types and is gentle enough for sensitive skin.

Based on your skin tolerance and how active the product is, generally a mask can be introduced gradually starting 1x weekly. Whether you have normal skin, combination skin, oily skin, dry skin, sensitive skin, sun spots, age spots or acne-prone skin, there is a skincare exfoliating product that can complement your beauty and skin care routine.