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Exfoliation Cleansing Mitt

Exfoliation Cleansing Mitt
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Exfoliation Cleansing Mitt
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The Exfoliation Cleansing Mitt is used to remove dead skin cells and cleanse adhesive residue left on scalp after removing your hair system. Colors may vary.

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The high vulnerability of skin cell to the sun and other elements in the environment makes itself rapidly deteriorate and die. This may not be something to really worry about since new cells can immediate develop and replace those that died. However, it is a fact that it is not easy for the dead cells to drop off from your outer skin. Your skin, including that on your face may lose its natural glow and suppleness because of this fact. In order to keep beautiful facial skin, it is necessary for you to use a home microdermabrasion machine. This devicehelps you easily peel off those unwanted dead skin cells and remove acne blemishes and blackheads while unclogging pores of dirt and grime. Therefore, you will be able to always have a soft and glowing facial skin.

Before the home microdermabrasion machine was invented, most women and even some men have to visit a dermatologist’s clinic to have their skin taken cared of. Of course, if you had been doing this before, then you must have experienced the inconvenience of going to the clinic very often. Aside from this, the professional fees you had to pay must have cost you a lot also. Fortunately, machines have been developed to allow individuals like you to do home microdermabrasion. Obviously, this means that you do not have to seek the assistance of a skin care professional. After all, you already have the machine needed to complete the task.

The device to be used in home microdermabrasion is a smaller version of the ones you often get to use in a dermatologist’s clinic. However, in terms of function and effect, there is actually no difference.
This can peel the dead skin cells from your facial skin just as well as the machines in the clinic can. This comes with a manual, which does not only inform you on how to operate it but also teaches you on the correct techniques in removing dead skin cells, dirt, and grim from your skin. Since you are operating the machine yourself, there is definitely no need of any professional fee. You only pay for the machine once when you buy it. Therefore, in the long run, your home skin care method is far cheaper.


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You can enjoy the optimum benefits of home microdermabrasion when you get yourself a home microdermabrasion machine. Check on the links provided for more information.

Dermalogica Gentle Cream Exfoliant Travel Size 0.75 oz

Dermalogica Gentle Cream Exfoliant Travel Size 0.75 oz
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  • Recommended for all skin conditions, except sensitive.
  • Removes dulling surface debris, dramatically improving skin texture.

Dermalogica Gentle Cream Exfoliant Travel Size 0.75 oz
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A gentle, non-abrasive exfoliantion treatment that removes dulling surface debris, dramatically improving skin texture. Alpha and beta hydroxy acids and natural fruit enzymes detach dead skin cells and help stimulate cell renewal. Not recommended for users of medically-prescribed exfoliation products or treatments. Contains no artificial fragrance or color.

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St. Ives Swiss Formula Medicated Apricot Scrub Blemish And Blackhead Control 6 oz.

St. Ives Swiss Formula Medicated Apricot Scrub Blemish And Blackhead Control 6 oz.
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  • A Swiss formula for Blemish & blackhead control
  • Gently exfoliates without drying, to remove dirt, oil and dead skin cells that can clog pores
  • Contains salicylic acid; Oil free

St. Ives Swiss Formula Medicated Apricot Scrub Blemish And Blackhead Control 6 oz.
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Swiss formula. Blemish & blackhead control. Oil free with Salicylic Acid. Gently exfoliated without drying to remove dirt, oil and dead skin cells that can clog pores. Oily/Acne prone skin. Discover the Swiss Secrets for Smooth, Radiant Skin: Over the cen

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Brought to you by www.BattysBath.com ::::::::::::::::::::VIDEO SUMMERY::::::::::::::::::: Let’s Talk Blackheads! So what are they? Blackheads may make skin look dirty, but they are unrelated to dirt. They are actually created before the oils in your skin even react the other layer! Where do they come from? Blackheads are formed when: **hormones cause too much oil to be produced** **dead skin cells get in the way of oil trying to exit the pore** **the pore is impaired or misshapen** These 3 things add up to having the exit where oil exits, to be blocked… and viola! A clog is created! As this clog nears the surface of the skin, the mixture of oil and debris oxidizes and turns, you guessed it: black. So What Can We Do to Get Rid of Them? You cannot scrub away blackheads, at least not completely. Using a topical scrub removes the top portion of the blackhead, but does nothing to address the underlying cause, so they’re back again before too long. The best way to deal with blackheads is to combined several strategies to address all the reasons that they crop up! Here are Batty’s best tips and tricks to work into your skin Care routine to avoid & clear up blackheads: 1. Be diligent in exfoliating your face with a good facial scrub daily! 2. Keep dry skin at bay but making sure your skin’s natural moisture barrier is taken Care of — moisturize after washing your face & use a facial soap that wont strip your skin’s natural moisture barrier — because the combo dry skin & dead

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Blog: www.themoptopmaven.com I do this Treatment about once a month in lieu of clarifying my Hair – This was done on slightly damp, unwashed Hair. Benefits of ACV The Acetic Acid in Apple Cider Vinegar removes sebum, product buildup, dead skin cells as well as toxins. Apple Cider Vinegar also strengthens the root of the hair, and nourishes the follicles. – I absolutely love Bentonite Clay treatments. I usually do them about once a month and it always leaves my hair soft, manageable, and strong! I also have better curl definition and tons of body! – You can find Bentonite Clay in most Health Food stores. Aztec Indian Healing Clay is the brand I normally find in stores like Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and Vitamin Shoppe.

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Blog: www.themoptopmaven.com I do this Treatment about once a month in lieu of clarifying my Hair – This was done on slightly damp, unwashed Hair. Benefits of ACV The Acetic Acid in Apple Cider Vinegar removes sebum, product buildup, dead skin cells as well as toxins. Apple Cider Vinegar also strengthens the root of the hair, and nourishes the follicles. – I absolutely love Bentonite Clay treatments. I usually do them about once a month and it always leaves my hair soft, manageable, and strong! I also have better curl definition and tons of body! – You can find Bentonite Clay in most Health Food stores. Aztec Indian Healing Clay is the brand I normally find in stores like Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and Vitamin Shoppe.

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A professional skin care regime is one of the most Important parts of maintaining your skin’s health. Your skin is not a smooth surface like a sheet of glass. On the contrary, your skin is more like a riverbed, full of little lumps, bumps, crevasses and holes. You can give these dermatological names such as fine lines, pores, sebaceous glands, etc., but at the end of the day the fact remains your skin is far from a flat, smooth surface.

Because of this and because your skin is a living, breathing part of your body and fulfils several major functions including temperature regulation, immune defence, protection from the external environment, etc., you will need to look after it if you wish to have it work at its optimal level and hope to have good, healthy skin into your late 70’s and beyond.

What about the type of products I should use for my skin care regime?

You should always choose natural skin care products as many commercially mass-produced skin care products utilise potentially toxic chemicals and highly modified ‘natural’ ingredients.

Wildcrafted Herbal Products hand makes a range of holistically-natural skin care products suitable for your particular skin type. These products are based on traditional naturopathic principles and utilize herbal extracts and essential oils to produce lasting effects.

Their products are designed to benefit your skin’s health for the long term and include only the best ingredients suitable for your specific skin type.

Daily Skin Care Regime

Cleansing your skin

Cleansing your skin is one of the most Important steps if you want to maintain a healthy, vibrant and youthful looking skin.

As well as providing the basis for an advanced skin care regime, effective cleansing can actually improve the quality of our skin, enhancing its radiance and keeping it looking younger for longer.

Thorough cleansing is one of the most important steps of a complete skin care regime. Cleansing of your skin should be done morning and night to ensure the removal of surface impurities, make-up, and stale skin oils. When regularly performed cleansing will enhance the skin’s ability to breathe and maintain its other important functions.

One of the best ways to do this is to make cleansing your skin part of your daily skin care regime.

This is how you do it:

First, moisten your face with lukewarm water. Then apply a small amount of facial cleanser. Gently spread the product over your skin, using light, circular movements. At this stage, spend an extra minute massaging the product into your face to boost your skin’s circulation and help decongestion.

Secondly, be sure to be gentle, your skin is a delicate organ and needs to be treated with care and respect.

Lastly, rinse off the cleanser, using lukewarm water and pat your face dry.

If you are still using ordinary soap, STOP. You are seriously compromising the health of your skin. Throw it away and start using a quality cleanser.

Toning your skin

Toning is the second step in your daily skin care regime. These days, women often leave this step out and yet it is just as important as the cleansing of your skin or the moisturizing. It is a must include step. The one or two minutes it takes are worth every second if you desire to have healthy, vibrant skin with a minimum of lines and wrinkles. Don’t leave this step out.

You have just spent time cleaning your skin, ridding it of stale oils, makeup, dead skin cells and other impurities, now you have to tone your skin.

A quality cleanser may contain such ingredients as clay. This helps to remove dead skin cells and other impurities, but may not rinse off totally. This is why you need to use a quality toner.

Firstly, it removes every last bit of the cleanser such as the fine clay particles and other residues from the cleansing process.

Secondly it will close the skin’s pores to protect it from further loss of moisture, which invariably happens when cleansing your face.

Thirdly it provides nutrients and restores the pH balance of your skin.

Now that is worth spending a minute or two, isn’t it?

Moisturising your skin

This is the third part of your daily skin care regime and should also be done morning and night using a day crème in the morning and a night crème before retiring.

A quality moisturiser protects your facial skin from environmental damage, provides nutrients for the skin and prevents loss of moisture, thereby slowing down the aging process.

In addition, a moisturiser should help to maintain the acid mantle of your skin, which is part of your immune system and if the pH of your skin becomes too acidic or alkaline, the acid mantel is compromised.

Weekly Regime

To complete your skin care regime, you should set aside a few minutes once a week, preferably at the weekend to deeply cleanse and nourish your skin. Your weekly treats should include, the use of a Facial Mask and Exfoliation.

These treatments encourage cellular repair, step up collagen production and help strengthen, tone and firm up your skin.

Facial Clay Mask:

Using a clay mask will help to draw toxins from your skin, whilst moisturising and nourishing the skin at the same time. There are different clays that will work for specific skin types and choosing the right products containing the clay that is most suitable to your skin type is important. There are 3 basic clays: Green, Yellow and Red.

Exfoliation

Think of Exfoliation from this perspective. Exfoliation removes dead skin cells, soothes the skin and improves its tone. Dead skin cells are the very top layer of your skin. Applying moisturiser to dead skin cells does not make sense, does it? So exfoliation, removes the dead skin cells, promotes blood circulation and helps to invigorate and prepare the skin to more easily absorb any moisturising product you apply.

Exfoliation also helps speed up the rate of cell turn over. Another word for exfoliation is scrubbing. Using a facial scrub at least once a week, makes your skin more receptive to creams and treatments. However care must be taken not to over exfoliate.

The aim is to remove any dead cells from the skins surface without disturbing the healthy cells beneath.

In conclusion, to follow a skin care regime is like taking out an insurance policy on the health and vitality of your skin. Can you afford not to follow a complete, daily skin care regime?


Dr Danny Siegenthaler
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Danny Siegenthaler is a doctor of traditional Chinese medicine and together with his wife Susan, a medical herbalist and Aromatherapist, they have created Natural Skin Care Products by Wildcrafted Herbal Products to share their 40 years of combined expertise with you

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© Wildcrafted Herbal Products Pty Ltd., 2009

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We all know the importance of ‘personal skin care’.  The opinion on how-to (for personal skin care) differs from person to person. Some people believe that going to beauty parlors every other day is personal skin care. Others believe that personal skin care is just a matter of applying some cream or lotion on your skin, every now and then. Then there are people who think that personal skin care is an event that happens once a month or once a year. Still others busy themselves with ‘personal skin care’ all the time. However, personal skin care is not that complicated and neither is it that expensive (considering how beneficial it is). Personal skin care is following a routine or a procedure for attending to the needs of your skin.

Even before you start with a routine, you need to determine your skin-type (oily, dry, sensitive, normal etc) and select the personal skin care products suitable for it (you might have to experiment with a few personal skin care products). Here is a routine that should work for most people with normal skin.

Step Number 1.

The first thing on personal skin care routine is ‘Cleansing’. The three main ingredients of a cleanser are oil, water and surfactants (wetting agents).  Oil and surfactants extract dirt and oil from your skin and water then flushes it out, thus making your skin clean. You might have to try a couple of cleansers before you find the one that suits you the best. However, you should always use soap-free cleansers. Also, you should use Luke warm water for cleansing (hot and cold water, both, cause damage to your skin).  Take care that you don’t over-cleanse your skin and end up damaging your skin in the process.

Step Number 2.

The second thing on the personal skin care routine is exfoliation. Skin follows a natural maintenance process wherein it removes the dead cells and replaces them with new skin cells. Exfoliation is just a way to facilitate the skin in this process. Dead skin cells are not capable of responding to personal skin care products but still consume these products, hence preventing them from reaching the new skin cells. Thus removing dead skin cells is important in order to increase the effectiveness of all personal skin care products. Generally, exfoliation takes it place just after cleansing. As with any personal skin care procedure, it’s important that you understand how much exfoliation you need. Exfoliate 4-5 times per week for oily/normal skin and 1-2 times per week for dry/sensitive skin. Exfoliate a couple of times more in hot and humid weather.

Step Number 3.

Next thing on personal skin care routine is moisturizer.  This is one of the most important things in personal skin care. Even people with oily skin need moisturizers. Moisturizers not only seal the moisture in your skin cells, but also attract moisture (from air) whenever needed.  Use of too much moisturizer can however clog skin pores and end up harming your skin. The amount of moisturizer needed by your skin will become apparent to you within one week of you using the moisturizer.  Also, applying the moisturizer is best when your skin is still damp.

Step Number 4.

The last thing on personal skin care routine is sunscreen. A lot of moisturizers (day-time creams/moisturizers) come with UV protection – so you can get double benefits from them. Such moisturizers are recommended for all days (irrespective of whether it is sunny or cloudy).

Again, experiment with various personal skin care products and also with the amount you need to apply. What gives you best results is the best personal skin care recipe for you. However, if you have some kind of skin dilemma, it is best to consult your dermatologist before you actually start using any personal skin care products.


Steven Smithies
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Some of his latest work can be found on the website HEAVY DUTY TARPS out there today.

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Everybody knows that ‘personal skin care’ has a great significance. Different people have various views regarding ‘personal skin care’. Some people are of the opinion that visiting beauty parlors every next day will give personal skin care. However, some think that only by applying a lotion or some cream on their skin frequently gives personal skin care. Also, it is mere an episode for some people that occurs either once in a month or a year. Yet others keep themselves engaged in ‘personal skin care’ every time.  However, taking the benefits of personal skin care into consideration you can see that it is neither that costly nor complicated. It is following a procedure or a routine to attend the needs that your skin requires.

Before you start the ‘personal skin care’ you need to know the type of skin that you have i.e. whether it is sensitive, dry, normal or an oily skin and then choose the skin care product based on the skin-type.  Initially, you have to experiment some skin care products. Given below is the routine for a person with normal skin-type.

The first step in the routine of personal skin care involves ‘Cleansing’. The main ingredients in a cleanser are wetting agents (surfactants), water and oil. Surfactant and oil draw oil and dirt from the skin and after that water flushes out, hence cleans your skin. But, you have to experiment some cleansers before you decide which one is best for your skin. You should prefer cleansers that are soap-free. Also, use warm water to cleanse your skin (cold and hot water might harm your skin). However, don’t cleanse your skin too hard otherwise it would damage the skin.

The second step in the routine of personal skin care includes exfoliation.  The skin undergoes a natural process in which it eradicates the dead skin cells and changes them with new cells.  Exfoliate is only a way that facilitates your skin in this procedure.  The dead skin cells don’t react to any kind of personal skin care thereby consuming the skin care products, thus, prevents them from undergoing new skin cells. So, it is very essential to eradicate the dead skin cells so as to use the skin care products effectively. Hence, after cleansing follows exfoliation.  It is important to know how mush exfoliation is required when you go for any kind of personal skin care. Exfoliate 1-2 times weekly for sensitive/dry skin and 4-5 times weekly for normal/oily skin. In humid and hot weather exfoliate for more time.

The next step in the routine of personal skin care involves moisturizers. This can be considered as one of the very significant processes of personal skin care. Yet an oily skin-type requires moisturizers. Moisturizers not only draw the moisture content from the skin cells, also intake moisture from atmosphere when required.  The excess use of moisturizers may blog the skin pores and results in damaging your skin. When you use moisturizer, within one week you will understand the amount of moisturizer that is required by the skin. It is better to apply the moisturizer when the skin is damp.

The last step in the routine of personal skin care involves sunscreen. Many moisturizers and day-time creams are available with dual benefits as they have both the moisturizing property and protection from UV radiation. Such type of moisturizers can be used in any time in any weather (cloudy or sunny).

Again try the different products in this type of skin care, also the quantity you want to use. The best result that you will get from is the best recipe for your personal skin care. In case of any skin disorders, it is advised to visit a dermatologist before applying any kind of products for personal skin care.


Steve H. Colon
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