Frequently Asked Questions
Scrubs are a type of exfoliating product that are used to remove dead skin cells and improve the overall texture and appearance of the skin. They typically contain small grains or particles that are gently massaged onto the skin to help slough off dead skin cells and reveal smoother, brighter skin underneath.
The frequency of scrub use will depend on your individual skin type and needs. In general, it's safe to use a scrub once or twice a week. However, if you have sensitive skin, you may want to use a gentler formula and use it less frequently.
Scrubs can help to improve the overall texture and appearance of the skin by removing dead skin cells, unclogging pores and promoting cell turnover, this can help to reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and acne. They also help to improve the absorption of other skincare products, allowing for a better overall result.
It's important to patch test before using any new scrub, especially if you have sensitive skin. Also, avoid using scrubs on broken or irritated skin, and be gentle when applying the product, using circular motions. Be mindful of the consistency of the scrub.