Ever wondered why this routine works so well, or perhaps you're already doing this, but don't know why. It’s this one little step that is the ultimate decider for how well your skin accepts the rest of your routine. And this is why it’s our first product. It comes right after cleansing in the highly effective and somewhat magical Korean Skincare routine. And there is a reason for that.
Ladies and gentlemen, may I introduce you to ….Exfoliation.
Now I’ve got your attention? And that’s why it comes right after cleansing, and before Every. Other. Step.
But seriously, Your skin cells go through a cycle of birth (baby layer) to death (dead layer), and this usually takes about 28 days to get from the bottom layer of your skin to the top, outer layer that you can see. So as an example:
Every 28 days I am wearing a new layer of dead, dying and feral skin that keeps building and building.
And here’s WHY you need to start exfoliating today:
This barrier of mummified, well-moisturised, well-cleansed skin cells is the prime reason your skin has problems.
Bacteria gets trapped under your skin, cannot escape, festers and turn into pimples.
Dead skin cracks, flake off and otherwise moves around, accentuating your wrinkles, lines and cellulite (yep!)
Heat cannot escape, which becomes irritating and flares its ugly head in the form of eczema, psoriasis and rosacea.
Aim to scrub with a chemical-free, microbead free, and soap-free natural exfoliation 2 - 4 times a week over your body and your face about twice a month.
Plus, exfoliating does more than just remove the dead skin, it also primes the surface to receive the benefits from nutrients and hydration of all the other steps that come after in the Korean skincare regime. Yay!
So….ready to start doing skincare the right way?
Listen to a beauticians rant on why you must exfoliate here.
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