Time to Exfoliate

Who doesn’t love a little pampering now and then? With each passing year, your skin functions a little differently. In a young person, the epidermis completely renews itself every 28 days and is the reason young skin always looks so fresh and rosy. (Show-offs!!) Over time, skin cell turnover slows so much that by the time you’re forty, it could take 50 days or more for skin to rejuvenate. And when dead cells don’t slough off as rapidly, skin gets thicker, appearing almost stale, and dead cells pack into pores, making them look larger. Compensate by incorporating regular exfoliation into your routine to assist the natural shedding process and reveal the newer, fresher skin cells below. Regardless of age, daily skincare is a must for great skin at every age.

Our ENHANCEMENTS Micro-Dermabrasion Paste is a high-glide, oil-free formula designed to promote maximum gentle exfoliation. Use intermittently to help remove dulling, dead skin cells and improve skin tone and texture. You can use it in place of your regular cleanser up to 3 times per week but it’s not for extra sensitive skin. Because of the formulation, you don’t need to scrub too hard – just let the ingredients do the work.

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The mileage will vary depending on how often (and where) you use it but should last at least 2 months – or more if you don’t use it that often. If you’re only mildly sensitive, wet your face first so it doesn’t feel as intense. Also great for elbows, heels, and brightening up old tattoos.

If you’d like a chance to try our Micro-Dermabrasion Paste, fill out the Solution Tool and leave a comment below. You may find a little gift in the mail. To increase your chances, leave a comment on my Instagram or Facebook page using the name you commented with on the blog. (Aussies only, sorry)

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