How much is too much?

Hair - - Skin Care -

It needn’t be con­sid­ered as a daily drill but ex­fo­li­at­ing a few times a week is nec­es­sary. Oily skin can be main­tained well if scrubbed reg­u­larly; scrub three times a week for com­bi­na­tion skin and once a week for sen­si­tive and dry skin. Re­frain from ex­fo­li­at­ing wounded, sun­burnt skin for it will only ir­ri­tate e it more and you’ll be left with scars s that don’t have heroic sto­ries to back them up. This would fur­ther ham­per the vi­tal­ity of your skin, leav­ing it sus­cep­ti­ble to dam­age from rom pol­lu­tants and UV rays. Also, you may want to skip a ses­sion right af­ter hair re­moval es­pe­cially if the scrub con­tains salts or chem­i­cal in­gre­di­ents, which they all mostly do. You’ve al­ways been told that ex­fo­li­a­tion com­pletely erad­i­cates spots, wrinkles, pre­vents skin from sag­ging, leav­ing you with glow­ing skin. While this is all true to a cer­tain ex­tent, tent, peo­ple tend to go over­board and fail to un­der­stand that it is a steady y process. Bru­tally rub­bing your skinn to speed up the process could lead to o se­verely dam­aged skin. Whether you choose to pam­per your­self at home or in­dulge in ex­fo­li­at­ing treat­ments at a spa, thiss regime can work won­ders to re­fresh sh and re­ju­ve­nate your skin when done ne cor­rectly. So, scrub your way to per­fec­tion, we say!

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