We all know that we should be washing our faces every day. But what about exfoliating? Facial scrubs are an important part of any skincare routine, yet many of us either don’t do it or don’t do it correctly. Read on to learn more about why you should be using a facial scrub and how to use one properly.

What is exfoliation?
Exfoliation is the removal of dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. This can be done mechanically, with a physical exfoliant like a scrub, or chemically, with an acid. Physical exfoliation is often preferred because it is less irritating to the skin than chemical exfoliants.

Why is exfoliation important?
Exfoliation is important because it helps to remove dirt, oil, and other impurities from the skin. It also helps to unclog pores and prevent breakouts. In addition, exfoliating can help to brighten the complexion and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

How often should you exfoliate?
You should aim to exfoliate two to three times per week. Any more than that can actually lead to irritation and inflammation.

Now that we’ve answered the question “Why is it important to use a facial scrub?” let’s move on to how to properly use one.

How to Use a Facial Scrub
1) Wet your face with warm water and massage the scrub into your skin in circular motions.
2) Avoid scrubbing too hard, as this can irritate your skin.
3) Rinse off the scrub with cold water and pat your face dry.
4) Follow up with a moisturizer or serum to hydrate your skin.
5) You can also use a facial scrub on your body! Just make sure to choose one that is specifically designed for body use (and not for your face).

In conclusion exfoliating is important for maintaining clear, bright, and youthful-looking skin—but it’s easy to overdo it. Be sure to follow the tips above on how to properly use a facial scrub, and only exfoliate two to three times per week maximum. Your skin will thank you!

Check out Ryizes New Mint Exfoliating Facial Polish. Its smells so fresh, leaving your skin radiant. 

Hi there!

I am Brandi, the owner of Ryize.

Be simple, Be yourself, just Be. You will create a masterpiece.