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3 Highly Effective Ways You Can Exfoliate Your Skin for a Clearer and Smoother Look



Flaky, dry skin or pesky breakouts can sometimes be a product of a lack of exfoliation. Making sure your skin is regularly exfoliated, whether through scrubs, lactic acid or sessions of microdermabrasion Virginia Beach is important to keeping it looking clear and smooth. Check out some of the easiest ways to work it into your routine.


1. Use a Gentle Physical Option Like a Scrub or a Facial Brush
For a straightforward option, you can exfoliate manually using a physical scrub or a facial brush. Scrubs generally involve small particles that work to buff off dead skin cells, and facial brushes can sweep away those flakes as well. With a physical exfoliant, be sure to not exfoliate more than a couple times a week to avoid irritation.


2. Incorporate a Chemical Exfoliant Into Your Regular Regimen or Try Pro Treatments
Those who enjoy a regular skincare regimen may find it easiest to simply incorporate products with a chemical exfoliant into their routines. Look for products with ingredients like lactic acid, glycolic acid, salicylic acid or citric acids. If you don’t want to use actives in your facial routine regularly due to a sensitive skin type or risk of irritation, you can always visit a dermatologist or esthetician on a semi-frequent basis, such as once every month or two, for a gentle session of microdermabrasion.


3. Try an Exfoliating Glove or Sponge in the Shower
If you find facial brushes tough to keep your grip on, scrubs too irritating and chemical ingredients too tough to work into your routine, you can always opt for an in-shower exfoliating glove or sponge. These in-shower options allow you to exfoliate without too much hassle.


Exfoliation is necessary to keep your skin looking its absolute best and to get rid of the buildup of dead skin cells that can cause everything from dryness and flakiness to potential breakouts. Fortunately, any of these methods could potentially provide you with the smoother, clearer complexion you’re after.

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