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March Skin in Focus - Exfoliation

Friday, March 02, 2012
The process of exfoliation rids the body dry, dull skin by removing dead skin cells from the surface of the epidermis. By removing these dead cells, exfoliation can help keep pores from becoming blocked and leave skin with a refreshed and clean feeling. Clogged pores can result in blackheads and pimples. Furthermore, when pores are clogged, they appear larger. So, if you're worried about the size of your pores, although you can't reduce their actual size (genetics is the biggest factor in pore size), you can help diminish their appearance by keeping them clog-free. In addition to the immediate visual benefits of exfoliation, the removal of dead skin cells speeds up the skin renewal process( cellular metabolism), allowing smoother, healthier skin cells to take their place. Not only will this help with fine lines and wrinkles, but it will help to ease discoloration and pigmentation as well.. Exfoliation can be manual, chemical or ezymatic. Speak to your skin professional about which exfolation method is suitable for your skin.Once or twice a week for mild exfoliation, once a month for professional intense treatments -- can improve the results of your skin care routine and help rejuvenate your skin. Whether you have dry, normal, oily or sensitive skin, exfoliation can bring new life to your complexion. 

Recommended Exfoliants

Recommended Treatments for Intensive Exfoliation:

  • Anti-ageing Antioxidant Facial - $139
  • Boost and Brighten Facial - $139
  • Microdermabrasion Facials - $139-$169