Blog 51: Does your skin really need a scrub? Guide to choose the right scrub
Human skin has 5 layers. New skin cells are produced at the innermost layer, known as the basal layer (stratum germinativum). Once produced, the new skin cells continue moving upwards through the skin layers, matures & dies. By the time they reach the outermost layer, the stratum corneum (horny layer) they are all dead. Scrubbing helps in removing these dead cells & thus invigorates the process of new cell production. Benefits of scrubbing includes,
- Removes dead skin cells
- Clears deep-seated dirt
- Promotes clear complexion
- Improves cell regeneration rate
- Prevents pimple & acne
- Improves penetration of topically applied products
The easily available scrubs have made the task of exfoliation least complicated, but you need to be cautious about picking the right product to get the best results.
Scrub for Dry Skin
When it comes to choosing scrub for the dry skin keep the following in mind,
- Should be free from soap
- The scrubbing granules should be fine
- Must contain natural skin moisturizing agents (e.g. Aloe Vera, rose water, oatmeal)
Skin Eraser Liquid Scrubber Orange is a perfect scrub for the dry skin. This naturally formulated, 100% soap free scrubber removes the dead skin cells gently while nourishing the skin intensely.
Skin Eraser Walnut can be used on dry skin if you prefer a powder scrub. Presence of rose & Aloe Vera makes it suitable to meet the needs of dry skin. It can also be used with Aromatic Orange Water for best results.
Scrub for Sensitive or Acne prone skin
If your skin is sensitive or prone to acne, it is best to opt for a scrub with the following properties,
- The formula must be free from skin irritants
- Should be mild
- Presence of anti-acne & anti-sensitivity ingredients like neem & essential oils is a must
Skin Eraser Liquid Scrubber Neem has been specially formulated for sensitive & acne prone skin. The scrub contains neem essential oil & geranium essential oil to offer effective anti-acne & anti-sensitivity benefits. This mild & 100% soap free scrub works perfectly for sensitive skin.
If you prefer using a powder scrub, opt for Skin Eraser exfoliating Jojoba.
Scrub for Oily skin
If your skin is oily, you might be tempted to opt for a soapy scrub but never do that mistake. Soap reaps off even the necessary skin oils, compelling the skin to produce more oils. So, while selecting your scrub look for the following,
- It should be free from soap & harmful chemicals that can disrupt the natural skin pH
- Should be nourishing but free from oils
- Presence of anti-acne ingredients is certainly a plus
Skin Eraser Walnut is the best powder scrub oily skinned beauties can have. Mix it with Aromatic Neem Water & scrub your face & body to reveal soft, fresh skin. Skin Eraser Walnut is enriched with Neem bark dust that offers anti acne benefits, rose & Aloe Vera extract nourishes the oily skin without adding any greasiness to the skin.
If you are looking for liquid scrubber, Skin Eraser Liquid Scrubber Neem will work great for sensitive or acne prone oily skin.
Scrub for Normal skin
People blessed with normal skin should keep the following in mind while picking their scrub,
- The scrub should not be drying or add greasiness on the skin
- Must not disrupt the natural skin pH
- Should be free from chemicals & soap
The scrubs from Keya Seth Aromatherapy can work effectively for Normal skin, as these formulations are totally devoid of harmful chemicals & incorporates pure natural ingredients & essential oils that offer a bunch of benefits keeping the skin healthy & lively.
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