Keen to give physical exfoliation a try? We’ve gathered our favourite exfoliating skin care products below:
Pure Clay Exfoliating Red Algae Face Mask: This clay mask helps to gently exfoliate dull, uneven skin to reveal your natural glow. The creamy texture illuminates your skin—without drying it out. Apply an even layer of the face mask to clean, dry skin, leaving it on for 10-15 minutes. Remove with water in circular motions, and use three times a week for best results.
Pure Clay Red Algae Exfoliating Face Scrub: If you’re wondering how to exfoliate your face, look no further. This face scrub combines three Pure Clays with the cleansing properties of Red Algae extract. It absorbs impurities and excess oils, rebalances the skin, refines pores and exfoliates the skin’s surface. The end result: smooth, fresh and radiant looking skin!
Sugar Scrubs Glow Face Scrub: Combining three fine sugars with Grape Seed Oil, this face scrub will give you a radiant complexion and baby-soft feeling skin. It’s formulated with 100% naturally sourced exfoliants rich in essential oils, and contains brightening ingredients like Vitamin E, Mono Oil and Acai Power for a smooth finish.
Sugar Scrubs Purifying Face Scrub: In addition to three fine sugars, this scrub also contains Kiwi Seeds, Peppermint Oil and Lemongrass Oil. It will exfoliate and visibly reduce blackheads, blemishes, and soothe and purify the skin.
Sugar Scrubs Anti Fatigue Scrub: We smell coffee! This scrub contains Coffee Grains, Sweet Almond Oil and Coconut Oil to reduce puffiness and smooth fatigue lines. Its energising properties will boost skin vitality—and wake you up in the process!
To use any of the above face scrubs, use dry fingers to apply a small amount onto clean, dry skin. Then wet hands and massage the face scrub over your face, rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water. Use three times a week for best results.
Now that you’ve learnt how to exfoliate your face and body, and you understand the differences between chemical and physical exfoliation, let’s go back to clay masks. If you haven’t tried them before, check out our article on How to Pure Clay Mask in 5 Easy Steps!