What is an exfoliant?

Posted by Garima Fairfax on

Exfoliants remove dead skin cells from the epidermis, the skin's outermost layer. Done gently, exfoliation brings fresh skin cells to the surface, stimulates cell growth deeper down, and reduces a buildup of cells that makes wrinkles and creases more noticeable and can leave the skin feeling leathery.

The exfoliants used in my products are all natural and plant-based. They contain no synthetics or microplastics, which I consider unethical because they are so harmful to marine life.

By using gentle scrubs such as jojoba meal, almond meal, and cornmeal, you can remove dead cells and expose your fresh, radiant skin. "Scrubbing" should always be very gentle, especially on sensitive skin, and never to the point of irritation.