Miami Aesthetic Dermatology
There are many people who don’t practice exfoliation when they should. Exfoliation is a skin treating routine that should be done weekly to remove dead surface skin and rejuvenate the cells on the skins surface. Exfoliation is a great way to make your skin healthier and brighter, but it can also be a simple and easy solution to many skin problems. Dirt and oil can get clogged in pores all over the body, this dirt and oil can turn into blemishes and other flaws that you don’t want to see. Exfoliation is a way to remove this and take preventative measures. There are many reason why exfoliation should be part of your summer skin regimen, here a few.
It unclogs your pores.
Over the summer, the weather gets warmer and people are typically outside more. This means they are sweating more and are exposed to more dirt and debris blowing around. It isn’t uncommon for acne problems to flair up in the summer. By exfoliating regularly you can remove the dirt from these pores and prevent the blemishes that want to appear.
It helps with self tanning.
If you exfoliate before you add color to your skin it can help the color last longer. On almost every bottle of self tanner you will find, the directions will tell you to exfoliate well before applying. Removing the dead skin will help the tanner sink into moist and clean skin, making its effects better and last longer.
It is an anti aging regimen.
Exfoliation has been proven to make the skin look younger and smoother. Many people are worried about sun exposure during the summer because the effect it may have on their skin. If you keep exfoliating you will help the skin prevent wrinkling and damage.
These are only three reasons why you should exfoliate this summer, there are plenty more. Keeping your skin soft and supple should be a priority, for health and wellness. If you are continuing to have skin problems that exfoliation is not helping with, Oscar Hevia is a dermatologist in Miami who can help you figure out the problem. Get soft clear skin and keep it that way.
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