Ah, body scrubs… One of the many reasons why we love going to spas for some pampering.
There are a number of tools or products that you can use to exfoliate your skin. There are chemical or granular exfoliating products as well as exfoliation tools such as a pumice stone, shower puff, loofah scrub, or an electric cleansing brush.
But we’re here to introduce you to a new product under our body care range,
Gleam Body Scrub.
With ultra-fine sugar crystals, the Gleam Body Scrub helps buff away dead skin cells and dirt. Its clean but powerful ingredients such as aloe vera leaf and pomegranate fruit extracts, shea butter, jojoba seed oil, AHA, and BHA, help nourish and hydrate your skin, revealing a smooth and natural glow.
Now that you know some info on our product, let’s talk about what’s really significant here – exfoliating. Exfoliating is important for all skin and not just for the sake of treating or pampering yourself.
But what does exfoliating do and why do we need to exfoliate?
Your skin naturally sheds dead skin cells so when this happens, new skin cells form the top layers of your skin. If those dead skin cells are not removed, it can result in dull and dry skin or flaky patches.
Simply put, exfoliating helps speed up the process of removing dead skin cells from the surface of your skin. Whether you have oily, dry, acne-prone, or seborrheic dermatitis, exfoliating can help your skin by reducing the build-up of dead skin cells which can clog pores and contribute to breakouts.
Exfoliating also allows skincare products to be better absorbed into your skin after cleansing. It is a vital part of skincare. Many people underestimate the benefits of exfoliating, but if you’re guilty of neglecting this important step in your routine, it may be time to put those boring face washes aside and really consider adding exfoliating as part of your regime. Overall, it improves skin hydration and moisture levels because of better product absorption.
Another reason why we need to exfoliate is because our skin ages as we get older. You may notice darker pigmentation spots, reduced elasticity, wrinkles, and rough patches on your skin. Exfoliating is beneficial for breaking up these pigmented cells, removing the build-up of dry skin, and evening out the surface of your skin.
Lastly, did you know that exfoliating stimulates your blood flow and lymph drainage? Yes, the motion of exfoliating does that. Improved blood circulation minimizes the appearance of cellulites, boosts the skin's elasticity, and overall enhances your skin's radiance.
With a regular exfoliating regime, you will soon notice your complexion transform from dull and dry to soft and glowing. You will also notice that your skin will start to look brighter, plumper, and healthier.
At Bleame, we love helping you achieve that temptingly smooth and glowing skin, that’s why we’ve come up with another body care product just for you. So what are you waiting for?
Click here to buy now Gleam Body Scrub