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Which Step Should I Use Exfoliator In?

Which Step Should I Use Exfoliator In?

Exfoliating is now quite rightly seen as an important part in a skincare routine, and our Exfoliating Radiance Tonic is quickly becoming a customer favourite due to its excellent properties that help to renew the complexion with active fruit AHAs. Customers love the way that it brightens skin and helps to smooth lines. In order to get the best out of our exfoliator we recommend using it at the right point in a skincare routine, which is after cleansing and before applying other treatments like serums and oils, plus face cream moisturisers.

When we use a good exfoliator like ours not only do we get the exceptional cleansing properties of the product, but it also removes the dead skin cells so that the ingredients in the facial treatments and face moisturisers that are then used will be able to work as well as possible. This is because they can more easily reach the newer skin cells, and so it means that we get the best out of the actives in the products. It’s also important to always use SPF after exfoliating when skin is exposed to the sun, as exfoliating has such a renewing effect.

Many people find that exfoliating is the key to unlocking a flawless skincare routine. While cleansing, moisturising, and SPF application are all important steps in a skincare routine, exfoliation tends to be the unsung hero. Not only does exfoliation help to remove dead skin cells and unclog pores, but it also promotes cell turnover and helps skincare products penetrate deeper for better results.

As well as knowing when to use an exfoliator we believe that more important to this is using a high quality one. Choose a natural one like our Exfoliating Radiance Tonic which is part of our natural anti-ageing face products collection is beneficial to skin. This is because it is made with fruit AHAs which are much kinder to skin than synthetic chemical exfoliators, or grain exfoliators.

It is also important to avoid over-exfoliation, reduce the frequency if your skin is irritated, and always listen to your skin. When carried out correctly and with the right product, exfoliation can help improve your skin’s texture, even out skin tone, and leave your face glowing.

We hope that you have found our article useful about which step to use an exfoliator in. Exfoliation can be a great part of skincare regimes if used at the right point in a routine. If you want to get the most out of your exfoliator and reap the benefits, then use your exfoliator after cleansing but before applying treatments and face creams. This use of an exfoliator gives optimum results and healthy skin.

For more skincare tips and advice, as well as more details on Nakin and our award-winning skincare range then take a look at our website www.nakinskincare.com

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