One of the most important aspects of maintaining oily skin is to keep the topmost layer of the skin free of oil build-up and debris. It is vital that the skin is not over-stripped and mild cleansers are used because harsh skincare products can increase the cycle of oiliness – and no-one wants to deal with that. If your skin is dry, it attempts to correct the moisture imbalance by developing natural oils; therefore, adding exfoliation to the skincare regime can be beneficial regardless of whether you have dry or oily skin. This article will point out how to effectively exfoliate oily skin using top exfoliating face mitts or gloves.
While the steps discussed describe a full body exfoliation, it is important to note that they can be adapted for facial exfoliation exclusively. The face is more sensitive, so over-exfoliation can result in cracked skin and broken capillaries beneath the skin’s surface more easily than the body. This is significant to remember so you do not over-exfoliate – two or three times per week are more than enough.
Wet The Body
The first step to exfoliating with a Top wrinkle prevention mitt is to wet the body in the shower or bath. A smooth and better looking skin surface is vital to avoid the skin from being pulled and stretched. Apply an organic exfoliating treatment to an exfoliating mitt that is not too rough and ensure that the treatment covers the mitt. The treatment will typically use citric juices for oily skin as these are the best ingredients for this skin type.
Massage the Skin with Exfoliating Mitt
Beginning with the feet, massage the treatment over the skin being careful with sensitive body areas such as the inner thigh or armpits. The massaging should be in small circles and this will remove dead skin cells from the skin surface. It is recommended that you exfoliate your face with the normal skincare afterwards to avoid being too rough with the facial skin.
Rinse the body thoroughly and apply moisturizing lotion for oily skin to damp skin. This will seal the water into the outer layer of the skin bringing balance to the moisture content of the skin and allowing a reduction of oil production.