Don't go for too much of exfoliation it will spoil your natural glow.
Exfoliation delivers a tighter, firmer, smoother look and feel of skin. Because of this result, many fall into the trap of over-exfoliation: an over-zealous approach that can actually reduce skin’s vitality and make it more susceptible to damage from UV light. Over-exfoliation triggers the inflammatory response, leading to a compromised lipid barrier that won’t function properly, a sensitized skin condition, and accelerated premature aging noticeable dehydration, patchy areas of dryness, skin tautness, redness and itchiness, increased sensitivity, inflammatory acne and irritation..
fter skin recovery, begin exfoliating with a gentle exfoliant designed for daily use. If you desire a more intense level of exfoliation, look to non-abrasive exfoliants containing chemicals like Salicylic or Lactic Acid. Pair a more gentle regimen with professional exfoliation treatments from your professional skin therapist to enjoy smoother skin without the undesirable side effects.
It's one of those skin-care steps everyone knows they should be doing, but most are clueless about how to actually do it correctly. This point became abundantly clear in the comments section of one of our when a handful of you started asking how much is too much scrubbing and how to tell if you have, in fact, overdone it.
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As the skin starts ageing, the cells on the surface of the skin don't shed. When they build up, they accentuate fine lines and give the skin a dull appearance. Though a little buffing is a good idea, most of us take it too far and end up with over-exfoliated skin.
Dont do too much exfoliation, its bad for your face.
Exfoliation side effects can be mild to severe. Products like chemical peels are actually a form of heavy exfoliation that can be very damaging and irritating. Exfoliating is a critical part of a good skin care routine, but needs to be done carefully.