We lose 50 million skin cells a day. Whether you work in a labor-intensive industry or behind a desk all day, the dead skin on your face builds up. If you struggle with a dull-looking complexion, rough skin texture, or dry, flaky skin, it’s a big sign you need to exfoliate. Exfoliating will also help stimulate new skin cell production, leaving your complexion bright and fresh.
What Exactly is Exfoliation?
Exfoliating is the process of removing dead skin cells from the outer layer of your skin.
It’s important to recognize what type of skin you have, as well as learn the correct way to exfoliate so that you don’t damage the skin or increase redness and irritation.
Our Exfoliating Face Scrub was designed for men who need a powerful option for clearing dead skin cells and regenerating new skin ones, while balancing the skin complexion with ingredients that are safe for sensitive skin. Formulated with exfoliating Papaya, repairing Aloe, and Apricot Oil that reduces inflammation, the Disco Face Scrub will feel like a weekend spa retreat with its Eucalyptus scent and detoxification & skin-clearing benefits. The exfoliating beads in the Face Scrub are made up of the Apricot Seed Oil, and helps break up impurities and dirt through minuscule, abrasive contact on the skin.
Most exfoliating products work similarly to the Disco Face Scrub; pour a dime size amount of product in your hand, lather it onto your hands, and gently rub the face with the product until you’ve reached every part of the face. Make sure to focus on the nose area because this is the place that most men get blackheads or dead skin buildup.
The Best Shaving Pregame
It’s imperative to exfoliate properly before shaving. If you’re a guy who suffers from shaving pimples, redness, irritation, or overall discomfort after shaving, you should incorporate exfoliating before trimming that five o’clock shadow.
When done correctly, exfoliating will clear those dead skin cells that tend to clog your pores when you shave. It will help you avoid ingrown hairs, uncomfortable razor burn, and leave your skin ultra-soft. You’re best off going 1 to 2 times a week with an exfoliant, or whenever you shave.