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#3: SkinBASICs – The Best Exfoliator For Your Skin Type

Before selecting any of your #skincare product, get to know your skin type then select your products accordingly.

Oily Skin

Treating oily skin can be a delicate balancing act. If you attack with products that are too drying, your skin may produce more oil to compensate, leaving you worse off than you started. The secret is to find ingredients that target that bacteria that causes oil production while still hydrating the skin as well.

The Acid based toners has just the right combination of chemical exfoliants such as AHA, BHA, and PHA – that remove excess sebum and sweep away dead skin cells. In combination with the healing and breakout-calming ingredient such as tea tree water extract can be included.

Dry Skin

Dry skin can tend to feel rough and flaky no matter how much you hydrate it. That’s why it’s so important to exfoliate this skin type so that dead skin cells are removed and hydrating serums and moisturizers can better penetrate the surface. Any double-sided exfoliating pads containing glycolic acid and lactic acid to exfoliate dry, flaky skin, along with resveratrol to prevent fine lines and wrinkles that can be more prominent on dry complexions. Glycerin and hyaluronic acid are included alongside these powerful acids to add some moisture back into the skin. Follow up with your favorite hydrating products and see how much more effectively they work on skin that has been gently scrubbed smooth.

Sensitive Skin

Exfoliating sensitive skin might sound like a recipe for irritation, but with the right formula, it can be done delicately and effectively. The physical-chemical exfoliating hybrid containing cellulose to clear dead skin cells and impurities, while, a gentle form of acid like PHA, works to make the skin smoother and brighter. The exfoliator can also formulated with hydrating ceramides, hyaluronic acid, and chrysanthemum morifolium flower extract to moisturize and soothe inflammation.

Normal Skin

Even if you don’t have any major issues with oiliness, dryness, or sensitivity, your skin can still benefit from exfoliation to keep it even and glowing. An exfoliant that is able to smooth and tone without stripping the skin would work the best. This effectiveness can be given by a formulation which should be a hydrating product with fine sugar granules to gently buff and kaolin clay to detoxify any impurities from the skin, while shea butter and jojoba seed oil nourish and seal in moisture. Also formulation added with grapefruit extract and raspberry seed oil, which both have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits, and calamine to soothe. This kind of multifunctional exfoliator can be used as a scrub or a mask, and you can even use it as cleansing balm and follow with a water-based cleanser.

Combination Skin

It can be difficult to find an exfoliator for combination skin types, since it’s possible that you can have both dry and oily patches on your skin. In this case, you should find a product that can buff away dry flakes, while controlling oil production. The formulation which contains glycolic and lactic acids is a great choice. Lactic acid has hydrating properties in addition to its exfoliating powers, plus any excipients like essence of centella asiatica and hyaluronic acid can be included to further soothe and nourish the skin.

Know the active ingredients, which suits your skin then go for any product which exfoliation

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