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Tips to Exfoliate the Skin According to Skin Type

Tips to Exfoliate the Skin According to Skin Type

Everyone has their own skincare regime because they know best how their skin reacts to certain products. But, people often fall short of reasons to exfoliate their skin. In fact, it is one of the best ways to keep your skin soft and supple and free from acne and blackheads. You are either applying the wrong technique to exfoliate or don’t know the right process of exfoliating your skin. Listed below is a guide that will help you understand how to exfoliate your skin according to your skin type:

Normal skin

Those who have normal skin can consider themselves lucky. You guys have the freedom to use any skincare product that you are currently using to exfoliate the skin. Your skin type is ideal and needs low maintenance. It has an intact skin barrier that makes the skin neither too oily nor too dry. The exfoliating agents present in the skincare product will be good enough to keep your skin radiant and smooth. There is no need to change your skin cleansing product if you are not facing any issues with it.

Oily skin

Those who have oily skin are in a slightly trickier position because you will not want your skin to be too dry or too oily. Oily skin can make you look young for a long time but they also create acne and pimples, and not to mention blackheads. All these happen because the pores of the skin get clogged. Ideally, you should be using a cleansing agent that is slightly stronger. However, you have to go about trying and testing to make sure that the product suits your skin.

You shouldn’t exfoliate your entire face directly. Apply a little bit of the exfoliating product on a small area. Do not lather immediately. See if your skin is reacting positively before applying the product on the other parts of your face.

High on your list should be organic products that address an oily skin. But before you splurge your money, It will be best to check the Zilis Review and other customer testimonials to see what others have to say about the products you’re interested in.

Dry skin

Unlike oily skin that has the chance to keep the pores of the skin filled with oil all the time, dry skin is always thirsty. That is why you should be selective while choosing the exfoliating product if your skin tends to dry out soon. Your main motive should be to keep the skin hydrated all the time. In addition to the skin care product that balances the skin texture, you should also use a paste of brown sugar or very mild lactic acid or glycolic acid. This combination is excellent for people with dry skin as it hydrates the skin after the exfoliating is done. You can rinse the paste off with a mild soap and lukewarm water.

Another tip that is important to follow for all skin types is that you should go for gentle exfoliation instead of a coarser technique. The latter can disturb your skin texture and make your skin rough.


Jim Bevin is a passionate writer, guest blogger, and a social media enthusiast. The primary focus is writing high-quality articles after in-depth research and make sure it is a readers delight. Information is key and he abides by the rule of writing articles that will appeal to a broader audience. He has published various articles on authoritative magazines like TripOnTech, Social Media Explorer, ThriveGlobal etc.

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