When people talk about their skin routine they often talk about cleansing, toning and moisturising. But to have the optimum skin texture, it’s important to make exfoliating a regular part of your routine. Some associate exfoliation with harsh scrubs and brushes, but we’re here to help you find the best exfoliators for your skin, because even sensitive skin types can benefit.
When done correctly, the process of exfoliation removes the top layer of dead skin cells, giving skin a healthier glow and encouraging cell turnover, also allowing your products to penetrate deeper for increased effectiveness. Exfoliators tend to fall into two groups, manual or chemical. Manual are scrubs, brushes or devices to manually remove dead skin, while chemical exfoliators contain ingredients that dissolve dead skin cells for a brighter, more glowing complexion, such as alpha or beta hydroxy acid or salicylic or glycolic acid. Ready to check out our best exfoliators? These high-performance products feature the highest quality ingredients and should be incorporated into your regime once or twice a week.
Looking for the best exfoliator for dry skin? This hero peel hydrates while it exfoliates, while many others can make skin feel dry. Enriched by extracts from green and red algae, the peel possesses unique multi-faceted functions; exfoliation, purification, pore constriction and texture refining. It also provides strong protection from oxidative and mechanical damage to your skin as well as helping skin regeneration; what a multitasker!
This mild enzyme peeling gel uses papaya enzymes and has anti-microbial/anti-viral properties. It contains enzymatic active ingredients to non-abrasively remove dead skin cells and sebum, for a more healthy, glowing complexion.
SWISSCODE Pure MPC is a luxury exfoliator that stimulates natural cell activity and accelerates the skin’s exfoliation process. It remodels the structure making it firmer, brighter and softer whilst visibly reducing lines, scarring and wrinkles. The MPC concentrate is obtained from milk, which contains natural cytokines, which are important stimulators for renewing the connective tissue.
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