CUTICURA FACE SCRUB 150ML
MK850.00 – MK1,750.00 (-20%)
When you exfoliate your skin – face and body – you are removing the dead skin cells that remain on it covering the healthy skin cells underneath.
Did you know that we shed up to 30 000 dead skin cells a minute?
“When you exfoliate your skin – face and body – you are removing the dead skin cells that remain on it covering the healthy skin cells underneath. If these dead skin cells are not removed you are limiting the effect of your cleansing and moisturising products.” By regularly exfoliating your skin you are helping your skin to look younger, feel smoother and also prepare it for an effective skin cleaning routine.
“The one problem when it comes to exfoliating is that many people don’t know when and how to do it which can cause damage to the skin and put them off exfoliating in the future.”
4 easy hints when it comes to Cuticura exfoliating:
1. Be gentle when exfoliating your skin. Soft, circular motions are all you need to ensure that the dead skin cells are removed and replaced by the healthy ones.
2. It is suggested that you should exfoliate your body and your face twice a week. There are a few exceptions to this: if you have oily skin or live in a warmer climate you should exfoliate more than twice a week, however if you have sensitive skin you should only exfoliate once a week.
3. Don’t over-exfoliate. The minute you hear that there are dead skin cells trapped on your body your mind goes into over-drive and so does your exfoliating. You will notice that you are over-exfoliating when your skin becomes sensitive, red and irritated. This will cause excessive dryness and remove not only the dead skin cells, but the healthy ones underneath.
4. When you reach your 30s, skin cell rejuvenation slows down and to keep your skin looking and feeling younger, exfoliation is a must. Exfoliation from this age onwards needs to be part of your weekly routine.
We recommend Cuticura facial scrub (K2250.00) and Exfoliating white soap bar (K850.00)
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