The process of skin renewal is normally invisible, and the skin that comes afterward is healthy and mature. You probably wouldn’t know that you have new skin unless someone told you. But we also see peeling as something disgusting and unattractive whenever it visibly happens, like when you’re sunburned. It’s hard to like something when we’re disgusted by it, right? In the next chapter, we’re going to look at the different types of peeling and skin exfoliation, how this procedure can work for you when properly incorporated into your beauty regimen, and some simple peeling solutions to help you look younger and more refreshed.
Beautiful skin takes work. When it comes to skin care, most people focus on their faces, often forgetting about their skin from the neck down. Yet some of the most obvious signs of aging often appear below the neck. Why exfoliate? Exfoliation is an essential step in skin care. removes dead skin revealing radiant, softer and smoother skin. It also helps to accelerate the skin’s natural renewal process. You shouldn't scrub too hard or too often when exfoliating. Many people make this mistake and it can leave your skin looking red and feeling irritated.