An exfoliant is a personal care product that is made up of irregular textures used to remove dead cells (stratum corneum) from the surface of the skin. Dead cells prevent moisturizers from penetrating and soothing dry skin. Dirt and dead cells also clog pours causing flare ups of skin irritations such as acne. The benefits of exfoliating are really seen while shaving. By removing dirt and dry cells you expose the hair follicle resulting in a better shave.
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You should only exfoliate a couple a times of week but because your feet are harder to exfoliate than your body, you can use a scrub on them 3 to 4 times a week or more depending on your results.
Our Salt N Sea Body scrub is all natural and great for the whole body. Containing Nova Scotia Sea Kelp and Seabuckthorn this treat cleanses you of dead cells but leaves amazing moisturizing oils and antioxidants behind. Follow up with our Nova Scotia Lotion to reduce signs of aging and damage from the environment.
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