Exfoliation mitts open up a whole new way to clean your skin and make it shining, gleaming and sparkling. Apparently, our skins shed about 30 �” 40 thousand dead surface cells every minute, which adds up to an awesome amount of 4 kilograms a year. Below are five ways to use an exfoliation mitt:
1. Dry and On Its Own
An exfoliation mitt can be used dry to slough off dead skin cells before having a shower or a bath. A gentle rub all over allows the woven material to polish the skin while getting rid of old skin cells. However, skip this method if you have very dry and flaking skin as dry scrubbing with an exfoliation mitt can irritate the skin making the condition worse.
2. Save Money And Time
Save yourself some money and time by using an exfoliation mitt on its own without any exfoliation products. Just lather the mitt with your usual bath soap and scrub away. This way you will not only clean your skin but also exfoliate it at the same time. This method works well in the shower as you are able to work up a good lather and scrub every part of your body before turning on the shower to rinse off all those dead skin cells.
3. Use Exfoliating Mitt with Cream
Using an exfoliation mitt together with an exfoliation cream or gel will intensify the effectiveness of the product, leaving your skin feeling baby-soft and smooth.
4. Massage Gently if You Have Ingrown Hair
If you suffer from ingrown hairs on your legs or bikini line, you can use an exfoliation mitt to gently massage the area in a circular motion to rub off the layer of skin over the ingrown hair setting it free to grow out naturally.
5. Moisturize Afterwards
Use an exfoliation mitt before applying a moisturizing body mask. Removing dead skin cells allows the skin to absorb all the goodness and moisture from your expensive body lotions, plumping the skin up and making it look marvelous.
Use a Microdermamitt – Skin care exfoliation mitt to keep your skin healthy, clean and polished. Exfoliation helps to simulate the formation of new cell growth to make your skin appear younger and more vibrant.