Sort by:

Filter by:

Shop Skincare Products

Face & Body Exfoliators

When your skin is young, it will exfoliate (slough off dead skin cells) easily, but as we age this slows down leading to rough, dull, lined skin – not to mention the blocked pores. Why do we need exfoliators?

Human skin makes around one million skin cells every 40 minutes. These cells are produced in the deepest layer (Basal layer) and travel towards the surface, hardening as they go up. The older hardened cells, lose moisture and shed from the skin. This process is called desquamation and it aids in eliminating damaged, contaminated cells that carry environmental pollutants.

This desquamation slows as we age causing blocked pores, uneven skin tone, dryness and dull, lackluster skin.

When you begin to exfoliate, these old skin cells are effectively removed enabling newer cells to appear giving skin a fresher, younger, clearer and smoother appearance.

Physical exfoliants including Jojoba beads and Amber resin gently massaged onto skin will remove dead skin cells.

Ensure that you never use any exfoliants made of walnut shells which are known to scratch the skin. Or toxic plastic beads which are harmful to the environment.
Chemical exfoliants such as Glycolic Acid, Lactic Acid, Salicylic Acid work by dissolving the intercellular ‘glue’ that holds skin cells together allowing dead skin cells to slough off.

Exfoliation is key to minimizing hyperpigmentation and having a younger, fresher looking skin. Include the specific serum for maximum skin smoothing and brightening.


Exfoliators

Face & Body Exfoliators

When your skin is young, it will exfoliate (slough off dead skin cells) easily, but as we age this slows down leading to rough, dull, lined skin – not to mention the blocked pores. Why do we need exfoliators?

Human skin makes around one million skin cells every 40 minutes. These cells are produced in the deepest layer (Basal layer) and travel towards the surface, hardening as they go up. The older hardened cells, lose moisture and shed from the skin. This process is called desquamation and it aids in eliminating damaged, contaminated cells that carry environmental pollutants.

This desquamation slows as we age causing blocked pores, uneven skin tone, dryness and dull, lackluster skin.

When you begin to exfoliate, these old skin cells are effectively removed enabling newer cells to appear giving skin a fresher, younger, clearer and smoother appearance.

Physical exfoliants including Jojoba beads and Amber resin gently massaged onto skin will remove dead skin cells.

Ensure that you never use any exfoliants made of walnut shells which are known to scratch the skin. Or toxic plastic beads which are harmful to the environment.
Chemical exfoliants such as Glycolic Acid, Lactic Acid, Salicylic Acid work by dissolving the intercellular ‘glue’ that holds skin cells together allowing dead skin cells to slough off.

Exfoliation is key to minimizing hyperpigmentation and having a younger, fresher looking skin. Include the specific serum for maximum skin smoothing and brightening.

Showing all 4 results