After a thorough facial cleansing, the next step in the summer skincare routine is to exfoliate, or "deep cleanse" the skin. Help your skin renew itself by removing dead skin cells. All skin types can benefit from exfoliation, from dry, sensitive to thick and oily. Depending on your skin type, you may want to schedule it into your facial routine 1-2 times a week. Regular use of this exfoliator will result in a beautiful, healthy, fresh complexion.
Did you know that there are chemical or mechanical peels and the combination of these two?! If you use mechanical or combined peels, you can exfoliate with your hands in a circular motion using a terry cloth glove or exfoliating brush. In this case, it's a good idea to leave the scrub on your face for a few minutes to allow it to work even better, then remove it with a damp cloth or sponge. With a chemical peel, there is no need for any kind of rubbing, you just apply it to your face and let it work for a few minutes, then wipe it off.
The best way to fire up your summer skincare routine is to use an exfoliator with fine granules that spreads easily over the skin. The fine particles won't cause micro damage, leaving skin soft.
Use a natural Solanie peeling to prevent irritation.
Peeling cream with both chemical and mechanical exfoliation. The skin, cleansed of dead skin cells, is left hydrated and velvety, perfectly prepared to absorb active ingredients. The soothing, regenerating action of aloe, ginkgo, allantoin and panthenol prevents possible irritation.
A 2-in-1 mechanical and chemical peeling that helps to both cleanse the skin and refresh its texture. Its rice bran and AHA acids are complemented by fine-grained diatomaceous earth of marine origin. For a more powerful exfoliating effect at home, choose this type of scrub.
Mechanical peeling with real grape seed pieces. It is rich in polyphenols, thanks to which it has an outstanding antioxidant effect and inhibits the formation of free radicals. Its medium strength effectively exfoliates and removes impurities. After application, serums, gels and creams are more easily and quickly absorbed.
An enzymatic, soft peel that works by using proteases (enzyme-that catalyzes proteolysis) to break down the protein bonds between cells, helping to remove dead hair cells and cleanse the skin's surface. Regular use can help smooth skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.