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How often do we need to exfoliate? What is the best way of doing it? And what good does it do?
Exfoliation is something we all know we should do. Often it is an after thought. Many other times it is completely forgotten about. But our skin needs it at least once a week.
Your skin, according to Victoria.co.uk, is constantly shedding dead cells from its surface, renewing itself with fresh, healthy cells from within. Approximately 35,000-40,000 cells are discarded naturally every minute, but sometimes that’s just not enough to reveal a glow, so it’s smart to give nature a helping hand by manually sloughing away the superfluous cells.
Why is exfoliation so important?
If you have an excess of dead cells sitting on the surface of the skin, it can block pores and lead to blackheads, pimples or acne. Skin will appear dull and lifeless.
This also means moisturiser, serums and other treatment products will be less effective, as they can’t be easily absorbed into the active cells below.
Guinot Beaute Neuve – Radiance Renewal Cream is one product that we recommend to reintroduce radiance back into our complexions.
Of course, the more radiance we can bring back to our skin, the better and younger we look. Our skin is sloughed of dead skin cells, new skin is brought to the surface and the blood circulation is improved.
As a result our skin develops more of a colour – and that is incredibly youth enhancing.
Guinot Beaute Neuve – Radiance Renewal Cream has a “peeling” effect thanks to the gentle fruit acids and it brings back radiance to tired, dull skin. This cream lifts, brightens and restores a healthy glow, helping to smooth your complexion. Smoothes and refines the skin.
How to Apply:
After cleansing apply as a treatment when the skin lacks radiance and vitality, morning and evening.
– Triple action vitamin C: radiance, youth and firmness (exfoliating, anti-radical and re-densifying actions).
– Biopeptides – facilitate firmness and tone, making the skin denser.
– Soft Focus Powders – smooth the skin.