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The Importance of Exfoliation

After wearing a face covering throughout the day during the pandemic, it’s especially important to decongest and refresh your skin. You might be washing your face, using serum, moisturizer, and toner, but if you’re not exfoliating, you’re doing your skin a major disservice. If you want healthy, glowing skin, regular exfoliation is a must. It’s beneficial for skin’s texture, complexion, and as a preventative measure for acne.

Exfoliation is the process of removing dead skin cells on the skin’s surface. Throughout the day, old skin cells build up and can leave skin looking dull, and feeling rough and dry. Exfoliating swipes away the dead cells and uncovers fresh new skin below.

Whether your skin is dry, oily, combination or sensitive, exfoliating will set your complexion back to it’s natural state. By gently sloughing off dead surface cells and debris, the Doctor D. Schwab Bamboo Cream Peel will instantly reveal smoother and brighter skin. It is specially formulated with non-abrasive round beads from Jojoba and Bamboo Powder that gently exfoliate the skin without creating micro-tears or irritation.

After using the Bamboo Cream Peel you’ll instantly notice your skin is instantly smoother, brighter, and more youthful looking.
Regularly exfoliating can help reduce the appearance of fine lines, dark spots, and wrinkles by removing dulling surface debris without drying out skin. It also detoxifies skin and removes unhealthy debris from the top layer of your skin that can lead to oil build up which can clog pores and cause unwanted blemishes.

For best results in your skincare routine, after cleansing your skin with Doctor Schwab Herbal Foam Cleanser, gently massage the Bamboo Cream Peel onto your skin with your fingers or a soft facial brush. Rinse it off with warm water, pat dry, and follow with Doctor Schwab Herbal Toner, then your moisturizer and serum. There is an added benefit to using an exfoliant at night, as the products you use after have a chance to absorb fully into the skin and work more effectively.

How often you exfoliate depends on your skin type. Start once or twice a week and see how your skin feels, then you can try up to three times per week. You may notice a difference in texture and complexion after just one use.

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