Good For: Strong Exfoliation
Cleanse and exfoliate your body naturally using a moisturizing soap with the scrubbing power of the dried fruit fiber of natural loofah and Japanese adzuki bean powder to exfoliate dried skin and increase circulation leaving a soft, radiant glow. Creamy coconut milk and shea butter soothe and moisturize as you exfoliate.
Exfoliation, a renewal process for your skin, helps shed the top layer of dead skin and unclog pores.
– Deep cleans the skin and unclogs pores which helps reduce acne breakouts
– Encourages new cell growth and stimulates blood flow to the skin’s surface
– Exfoliation helps moisturizers penetrate deeper to improve the moisture level of your skin
– The essential oil blend delivers a warm, yet refreshing, uplifting scent
How to Use:
Dead skin cells accumulate on the skin surface and are responsible for the appearance of dull, lifeless skin. Although natural soap will remove dirt and excess oil, soap alone cannot remove all of the excess dead cells.
How often you need to exfoliate depends on your skin type, but two or three times a week seems to be the standard for most. Remember the purpose of exfoliating is to remove excess dead skin cells. You do not want to scrub so hard that you are removing healthy cells, which will leave your skin red and sore.
The best time to exfoliate the face is in the evening.
– Rub your exfoliating natural soap bar firmly but gently on wet skin in a circular motion.
– If you choose to use on sensitive facial skin it should be massaged very gently, while the skin on your torso can be scrubbed a bit harder.
– The very sensitive area around the eyes does not need and should not be exfoliated.
– Since skin oils tend to hold on to dead skin cells, people with oily skin may need to exfoliate more often.