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5 Simple Methods to Exfoliate Your Skin

Blocked and greasy pores are a common skin issue that creates havoc on your skin appearance. While this can be cleaned by following a healthy skin routine of CTM(Cleansing, Toning, Moisturizing), sometimes there is a need for some extra force and scrubbing to deal with the dust particles that stubbornly settle inside the facial pores and give rise to blackheads and whiteheads. Here comes the unavoidable role of exfoliation and this blog post has the five most easy and effective ways to adopt a routine of skin exfoliation naturally. Keep Scrolling

 Understanding exfoliation

From your face to feet, the skin undergoes a growth cycle where the old or dead skin cells accumulate time and again. In healthy skins, these are taken off naturally but about 90% of the population struggles to get away with these dead skin layers that come in the way of your skin pores' breathing process. Exfoliants are granular ingredients or tools that create friction by their rubbing on the skin, eventually taking off the dead skin that has been hanging around to make your skin dull and blotchy.

# 1. Indulge in your baths with Esponjabon Soap Mother of Pearl

This soap bar comes with a sponge feature which gives a skin-friendly exfoliation. Along with this, the component of 'mother of pearl' gives the skin all the nourishment coming directly from the oceans. The Esponjabon soap, mother of pearl, is an effectively manufactured formula that not only clarifies your pores and peels off the dead skin cells but adds smoothness and radiance to the skin. The best part is that it goes with all skin types!

 # 2. Use Baking Soda

This kitchen ingredient is worth stocking up your beauty kits as it does not one but many skin wonders and one of them is to remove the dead skin cells. Add water to the baking soda powder in a way that it doesn't get fully diluted in water. For instance, one tablespoon of baking soda needs to be dissolved with half a tablespoon of water. This thick granular textured baking soda has to be applied in circular motions around your skin areas that need exfoliation. Leave it for 15 minutes and rinse. Follow up by applying a moisturizer. This works amazingly on the combination and oily skins.

 # 3. Apply a Sea Salt Scrub

Sea salt is another outstanding exfoliant. Scrub it by mixing coconut/olive/jojoba/ oil by putting both in equal ratios, you can add other natural ingredients like aloe vera or 1-2 drops of some essential oil. Massage while bathing and follow up with a moisturizing lotion.

 # 4. Sugar Scrub for Dry Skin

The unprocessed, fine granular sugar is if mixed with olive oil or coconut oil in equal amounts creates an awesome skin scrub for taking off the grime and unnecessary particles and dead layers on the skin. Raw sugar has a large-sized grain which can be rough for skin touch. Clean your skin with warm water or use face wash if it is very dirty. Apply the scrub and massage very gently in a circular motion, different skin types need different pressure of exfoliation so judge that carefully. After giving a nice long massage, wash your skin with normal water, pat dry, and moisturize.

 # 5. Oatmeal Scrub

Take 2 tsp Oatmeal, 1tsp coconut oil, 1 tsp plain yogurt. Mix them, apply on the skin, leave for 5 minutes and follow up scrubbing for 5 mins. Rinse and moisturize!

The Bottom Line

There are many more take-home scrubs that can be tried to keep your skin clean and pure but we've advised you the best ones. Try them and leave the experience right below!

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