Ancient civilisations used all kind of organic and natural sources, to take care of their skins and their appearance.
It is known that the Egyptian queens used to bath with ointments based on animal oil, donkey’s milk, alabaster powder and sea salt, that the Aztecs enjoyed taking herbal baths with salt and that the Moroccans introduced the exfoliation using formulas that contained granular materials.
Today, these components are still used, because they have the ability to remove dead cells, blackheads, impurities and fat; elements that tend to clog pores and prevent skin from regenerating, for this reason, you need to know that exfoliating your skin is one of the amazing treatments you can give to yourself if you want to keep your skin radiant, healthy and young.
However, when time goes by, and in times of stress and tiredness, the renovation takes longer. As a consequence, the skin begins to show signs of dryness and poor oxygenation. By not replacing dead cells, the skin fades and appears dull and aged.
Here are more benefits of exfoliating your skin:
- It will help your skin eliminate dead cells and also make the skin clean and toned.
- It is an Anti-aging by preventing ageing, activates circulation and favours oxygenation.
- It renews the skin by stimulating the release of toxins through the pores of the skin.
- It gives the skin a better appearance by making it more uniform and giving a smooth appearance to the skin.
- It makes your skin be ready for any beauty products or treatments by making it work better on the clean skin of dead cells.
Beautiful skin requires commitments, not miracles.
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