Reasons to Exfoliate Then Cleanse Your Face. This May Seem Backwards But This Article Just Might Convince You It's The Best Way
For years the Status Quo was to wash your face then exfoliate and at the time it seemed logical. You want to get all that gunk off your face first then get a good scrub down (no pun intended) to eliminate all the dead cell. But a new way of thinking has come up, why not exfoliate first? This actually makes a lot of sense, the top layer of skin contains dead skin cell which have been hording all kinds of stuff since you last exfoliated like dirt, grime, bacteria, pollution and debris simply washing your face will not get rid of all of this.The job of a facial scrub such as Exfoliating Facial Scrub is to exfoliate (remove) the dead skin cell that have built up, this will speed up the renewal process allowing for the fresh new layer of healthy skin cells to take the place of the old, dead, dull cells. Exfoliation should be done 1-3 times a week it helps with Acne, improves your skin's texture, reduces large pores, helps smooth out wrinkles and to diminish sun spots. Exfoliating is critical to healthy skin as it allows your skin to properly absorb all the vitamin, nutrients and hydration in your other skin care products.
When You Exfoliate Then Cleanse Your Face, You Will Get A Better Deeper Clean.
After you exfoliate first your face will be ready to be cleansed with Coconut, Aloe, Manuka Honey Facial Cleanser. The cleanser is able to really do it's job, getting down into the pores getting rid of unwanted excess follicle oils that were previously blocked by the dead cell and debris so you get a more efficient clean. The job of a cleanser is to remove makeup, pollutants, bacteria and unwanted debris off of your face and properly prepares your skin to absorb products such as your eye serum, face serum or moisturizers or all of the above. Cleansing your face in the morning removes any toxins the skin eliminates during the night plus it refreshes the skin, preparing it for your daily skin care regimen. Cleansing your face before bed is even more important to wash away all of the debris and bacteria your face has collected over the day and to prepare your skin for your nighttime skin care regimen.