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What you need to know about exfoliation

What is exfoliating?

Exfoliation is the process of removing dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. There are two types Physical (scrubs), Chemical (acids).

Why should you exfoliate?

Old skin cells build up on the surface and causing dull, rough and dry skin in addition to clogging pores causing acne. When you exfoliate you're removing the dead skin cells that cause clogging and opening your pores to allow moisturizers and skincare products to absorb better.

What's the difference between physical vs chemical exfoliants?And which one is right for me?

Cheat Sheet Chemical Exfoliant
Full Disclosure Physical Exfoliant
Cheat Sheet

Resurfacing Body Serum

Overnight chemical exfoliant that unclogs pores and smooths texture.

Full Disclosure

Cream Body Polish

Physical exfoliant that gently refines rough skin.


NOT directly after shaving. Best before you go to bed. 
Directly before shaving or waxing. 
All over from the neck down. 
Rough parts from the neck down – elbows, back of legs, knees. 
Glycolic acid (BHAs) unclogs pores and lactic acid (AHAs) brightens.
Bamboo stem removes dead, superficial layers, lactic acid smooths, and squalane hydrates.
With long-term use, brighter and smoother skin.
More even-toned and softer skin all around. 


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