Tips on How to Exfoliate from Head to Toe

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There are many reasons to love summer, including the appearance of glowing, sunkissed skin. With fall approaching, many people are left wondering how to keep their skin radiant all year long. Creating a routine for exfoliating and moisturizing your body from head to toe is the best way to achieve this look so you feel your best. And, getting rid of dead skin cells is an important part of a healthy regimen no matter season it is. For the best results, here are tips on how to exfoliate the different parts of your body.


The skin on your face is more sensitive than the rest of your body, so it needs special care and attention. Making sure your face is well-hydrated is the key to getting that healthy glow. However, some moisturizes contain oils that can make some people's faces look greasy; therefore, it might be necessary to try several different moisturizers before finding the one that's right for you. It's important to choose one with an SPF to keep skin from experiencing premature signs of aging. Exfoliating twice a week with a body scrub that loosens and removes dead cells will maximize results.


During the winter, skin often becomes dry, rough, cracked, and flaky. It is important to keep skin healthy, and looking and feeling its best, by maintaining plenty of moisture after summer ends. Using body washes and lotions with moisturizing characteristics is an effective way to combat dry skin. Removing the surface layer of dead skin cells is another way to give skin a summer glow. Not sure how to exfoliate your body? Here is the step-by-step process:

  • Wet your body
  • Apply an exfoliating body scrub directly to your skin or use a washcloth
  • Scrub it over your skin with your hands or the washcloth
  • Rinse thoroughly
  • Dry skin with a towel
  • Apply moisturizer for dry skin


Dry, chapped lips are a common problem during the winter. In order to keep your lips smooth and beautiful, use a simple sugar scrub or lip exfoliator. Either solution will get rid of dry flakes to reveal moist, radiant lips with a summertime glow.

09 Sep, 2011

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