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Exfoliation & Recipes

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Exfoliation refers to the removal of the dead skin cells on the skin’s surface.

As we age, the process of cell regeneration slows down. This means that the body is slower to shed skin cells and generate new ones. When old skin cells start to pile up on the surface of the skin, it can leave skin looking dull, rough, and dry. Furthermore, the build-up of dead skin cells can result in excess oil and clogged pores, leading to blemishes and acne.

the good news about exfoliation is , it can be done with little kitchen ingredients we sometimes over look

 

 

Sugar carrier Scrub

The carrier oil used in this method of exfoliation is determined by you skin type

if you have an oily skin , go for a light oil (jojoba oil , hazelnut oil & few other oil)

if you have a dry skin viscous or mid light oils (coconut oil, castor oil baobab oil, almond oil)

1 tbsp of sugar (brown sugar preferably )

1 tbsp jojoba oil ( oil of your choice )

3 drops of tea tree essential oil

Lemon Scrub

Half portion of lemon / lime rubbed on the face with a dash of honey

leave on for 30 mins , rinse with plain water (best used at night)

Cinnamon & Honey Scrub

1 teaspoon cinnamon powder

2-3 table spoon honey

3 drops tea tree or lavender essential oil

Citrus Scrub

1 tbsp Orange peel powder / lime peel powder

2-3 tbsp honey

 

Hamman Bath

Moroccan black soap

kassa sponge

Argan oil (for moisturizing)

 

If you want healthy, glowing skin, regular exfoliation is a must. Limit your exfoliation routine to once / twice a week—over-exfoliating can leave your skin dry, irritated, and damaged. Take good care of your skin and put your best face forward.

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