Out With The Old: Say Goodbye To Harsh Exfoliators
Exfoliation is key to healthy glowing skin.
But one of the biggest misconceptions about exfoliation is that you need a harsh or rough exfoliant to see results.
It’s just not true! Back away from the bristle brush and put down the motorized face scrubbing tool.
The more force your hand applies using exfoliating tools, the more harm you could be doing to your skin. Over exfoliation can strip the skin of its natural oils leaving you dry and prone to breakouts. Not to mention micro tears to the skin that aren’t visible to the naked eye.
As an alternative, consider these options the next time you’re ready to exfoliate.
If you’re looking for something to add to your night routine, this is a great product for you. With these pads you’ll see brighter, evenly toned and moisturized skin. It will help to improve the texture of your skin and is especially great for this with sensitive skin. For a bit of extra care, we recommend that you follow use of the pads with our best-selling Reset Serum No. 422 to keep your skin happy and healthy.
Konjac Cleansing Sponge
Shhh… This is our best kept secret. This Konjac sponge delicately exfoliates and lathers your skin leaving it with a smooth, clean, and radiant glow. It helps treat dull, oily and sensitive skin types without over stimulating the skin. You can use it in the morning or night, or even as a way to clean off your makeup. Our Konjac sponge is made with 100% natural fibers of Konjac that is rich in vitamins, protein, and natural minerals. It pairs greatly with our best-selling Gentle Cleansing Gel No. 103.
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