Just like your face your body needs exfoliation, too. Body scrubs should not be used two to three times a week, and rubbing in a circular motion is most effective as it helps to free ingrown hairs and is less abrasive than a back and forth movement. It is fine to use bath mitts and gloves as long as they are air dried and kept clean to prevent them from bacteria. Nothing works better and you can throw them in the washing machine when you need to.
After using a scrub apply a moisturizer. For added protection, look for products that contain sunflower, jojoba and sweet almond oils, as well as shea butter. These ingredients will correct the lack of hydration deep within the skin and actually repair its moisture barrier to make the skin smooth and supple.
Exfoliating your entire body can help prevent body acne in many places below your neck, such as the chest, back and arms and remove dry itchy, dead skin cells. It also may help you avoid ingrown hairs by preventing dead skin cells from plugging up follicles where you've shaved or waxed. And it can help even out skin tone and keep your skin hydrated and soft.
Try our lovely BODY SALT SCRUBS WITH DEAD SEA SALT which stimulates skin microcirculation, leaves skin feeling soft and smooth