Smooth Skin with Natural Care

Smooth feeling skin is something we all want to have no matter the season, so why not experience smooth skin with natural care for soft, appealing skin this summer?

Skin can become rough over time because it is dry or not well cared for. Dead skin cells that pile up on the surface of your skin give it an uneven appearance and an inability to absorb what you apply to your skin. Moisturizers, creams, facial serums and elixirs are going to be absorbed by smooth, baby soft skin, saving you application time and saving your products. Your skin won’t need as much when it is smooth and free of dead skin cells. Just a little time each day can give you smoother skin with natural care.

Skin brushing and exfoliating

Which one should you try? Really, skin brushing and exfoliating are the same thing. Care should be taken with both as to not damage delicate skin around the inner thighs, face and neck. Separate facial brushes and exfoliating treatments for the face and neck are very important to avoid scratching the skin. The proper exfoliating method is in gentle, circular motions from the inside of the face in outward strokes.

Internal and external skin care

Organic skincare gently patted into freshly brushed or exfoliated skin will replace moisture that the dead skin cells kept in your skin. Removing too many dead skin cells through exfoliation can result in the uneven production of skin cells and should be avoided. Oil supplements for dry skin such as apricot kernel oil, extra virgin olive oil and extra virgin pumpkin seed oil will provide your skin with nourishment and moisture for naturally softer, smoother skin. Directly after a shower or bath is the best time to apply natural skincare so that you can lock in moisture for the entire day.

About Rachel

Rachel is a cat mama, humble homemaker and environmentalist. She is a natural activist, healer and earth lover. Her work is to advocate healthy, natural living for all animals-including humans.
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