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Which Scrub Should You Use Depending on Your Skin Type?

Exfoliation is one of the beauty rituals that you should perform weekly. To do it properly, without irritating the area of skin to be treated, especially the face, it is important to choose the scrub according to the skin type. Nowadays, there are many different types that meet the needs of each skin type. But which one should you choose for your skin?

Peeling for Dry Skin

Dry skin is manifested by a dull complexion, discomfort or feelings of tightness. Other features include a rough appearance, flaky skin or redness. These features are symptoms of inflamed and irritated skin. Contrary to popular belief, dry skin also needs exfoliation. This is necessary to stimulate the sebaceous glands and thus activate the production of sebum. Moreover, it is the lack of sebum that promotes the drying of the skin. It should be performed only once a week. The ideal treatment is with fine exfoliating grains emulsified with water, with a gentle moisturizing, nourishing and regenerating formula to improve the condition of the epidermis surface, like our regenerating facial scrub. In particular, this scrub is enriched with olive squalane, a natural emollient rich in lipids that helps repair the skin's hydrolipidic film, and rose geranium essential oil, known for its regenerating properties. Thus, it softens and smoothes the skin and optimizes cell regeneration for firmer skin. Apricot kernel powder, for its part, provides gentle exfoliation.

Peeling for normal to combination skin

Peeling for Normal to Combination Skin

As the name suggests, combination skin combines the properties of dry and oily skin on certain parts of the face. It is oily in the T-zone, i.e. on the forehead, nose and chin, while it is dry on the cheeks. The oily area is shiny with large pores, pimples and/or blackheads, and the dry area has redness, flaking and/or tightness and discomfort. To obtain soft, even and smooth skin, the epidermis must be exfoliated, focusing mainly on the T-zone. The goal is to open the pores and cleanse the oiliest parts of the skin, without drying out the already dry or sensitive areas. This care should be performed twice a week. To do this, you should choose a moisturizing, refreshing exfoliating care that gives a radiant complexion, corrects impurities and relieves dryness. Our radiant face scrub with wild rose is perfect for this skin type. This melt-in-your-hands gel with apricot seed microbeads unclogs pores and promotes cell renewal for smooth skin and an even, radiant complexion. This peeling gel is also suitable for people with normal skin.

Peeling for Oily or Impure Skin

Oily skin has a high production of sebum. It can be recognized by its shiny appearance and large and visible pores. In general, this skin type is often oily skin and sensitive to various external influences. Since the pores are open, dirt can get stuck in them, clogging them and promoting the development of all kinds of blackheads. Oily or blemished skin needs the right care to become more radiant and balanced again. This includes a cleansing and mattifying peel, which you should use twice a week. So, you can opt for an exfoliating serum with glycolic acid that gets rid of blackheads, unclogs pores, reduces skin shine and mattifies the skin surface.

Peeling for Sensitive Skin

Sensitive skin can also be called reactive skin, as it reacts quickly to stimuli. This type of skin can be recognized by various signs that appear intermittently, including tingling, feelings of tension and warmth, or itching. It also has difficulty tolerating certain skin care formulas. If you have sensitive skin, you should limit exfoliators to a frequency of once every two weeks to avoid further irritation to the skin's surface. You should use a soothing scrub that soothes the various reactions on the skin's surface. Go for a fruit acid peel that doesn't require friction, like the mild exfoliating serum with lactic acid. This molecule is larger than the glycolic acid molecule, penetrates less deeply into the epidermis, and is therefore less irritating than glycolic acid. However, you should remain vigilant and test it in the crook of your neck for 24 to 48 hours before applying it to your face for the first time.


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