Video: ❶ Exfoliation Of Facial Skin With A Dry Brush
Cleansing is one of the main procedures required for facial skin care, as it stimulates skin regeneration, gives it a healthier appearance and prevents clogged pores. There are many ways to cleanse your skin, one of which is exfoliation with a dry brush. Location: Location:
Exfoliation with a brush can be classified as an inexpensive, simple, but effective way to cleanse your skin. This method allows you to clean the surface of the skin from a layer of dead cells and bacteria, helps to cleanse the pores, removes excess sebum and is very effective in combating skin flaccidity and comedones. In addition, when combined with special cosmetics, dry brushing exfoliation helps to reduce deep wrinkles, helps to smooth scars and get rid of age spots.
Due to the fact that the exfoliation carried out by the brush promotes the expansion of capillaries, increases blood circulation and improves the supply of nutrients and oxygen to the lower layers of the skin. In addition, after carrying out this procedure and removing the layer of dead cells, the penetration of cosmetics improves, therefore, their effect and effectiveness increases many times. However, do not brush any areas of skin that are severely damaged, such as cuts, scars, rashes, or areas of severe skin irritation.
To carry out this procedure, you must choose a special brush, the size and rigidity of which should correspond to the type of facial skin. Although exfoliation with a dry brush can be carried out not only for the face, but also for the body, you need to choose different brushes for these purposes. This is due to the fact that brushes that are designed to exfoliate the body are tougher, therefore they can injure the skin of the face, which is more delicate and sensitive than the skin of the body.
It is worth carrying out the exfoliation procedure with gentle movements (be sure to ensure that the skin does not stretch at the same time), directed from the bottom up. First, you should brush along the contours of the neck and face. Next, you need to make several circular movements along the cheeks, moving along the muscles. Then you can move to the forehead, making several movements from its center to the temples. Initially, the procedure should last no more than 30 seconds, but gradually it should be increased to 3 minutes. After its completion, apply a nourishing cream to the skin with light massage movements.