It’s a sponge that’s made from the root of a konjac plant that grows in Asia, and it feels almost rubbery once it gets wet. It’s 100 percent natural and plant-based. The Konjac Sponge has been used in Japan first as a bath sponge for newborn babies for more than 100 years because of its soft texture. It eventually is used as a favorite bath sponge for adults in Japan. Recently, the Konjac Sponge is sold as an cleansing item intended for luxury Japanese cosmetic and the Konjac
Basically, it's pretty much what it sounds like. You take a body brush and use it to gently massage your body. It improves the appearance of your skin and also makes your moisturiser more effective because it sloughs off dead skin at the same time. How to do it 1. Before showering, enter the shower / bathtub to avoid dirtying the floor. 2. Start with the soles and move the brush fluidly from the toes to the heel for 5-10 times. 3. All brush movements should be directed towar
Walk into a luxe spa and you may well be given a long-handled wooden brush along with your robe and slippers. What should you do with this thing, exactly? Dry brushing is the process of using a brush with stiff bristles against the skin to help exfoliate dead cells from the skin surface and enhance blood flow. Typically, the brushes that are used have long, natural bristles that offer firm resistance against the skin and long handles so that they can be used even on hard to r
Over time, due to unprotected sun exposure and age, skin’s ability to shed the buildup of dead skin slows down.
Exfoliation is a skincare technique where you remove dead cells from the top layer of your skin. Exfoliation helps brighten your complexion, clean out your pores and lets your skincare products penetrate deeper into your skin. Your skin feels smoother and looks much more radiant that it did before. It’s not just about getting smooth skin, but about removing the cha
There is a difference between the skin on your face and your body, and this means your exfoliating methods need to be different. The facial skin is much softer and more delicate, so you need to be less harsh when it comes to scrubbing. When you are using an exfoliator, chances are you won’t need to use it more than once a week. The skin will take 20-40 days to renew once you are passed your teenager years. Those with dry, sensitive or acne-prone skin may prefer just a washclo
Dry skin brushing helps to remove dead skin, and any toxins that your body expels through your skin. The skin is the body’s largest organ. Along with the colon and urinary tract, the skin is one of the most important waste management organs of the body. When you brush your skin with a dry brush you are also stimulating the lymph nodes. This in turn helps with further circulation and elimination of toxins, and boosts the immune system. A healthy blood flow instantly speeds up
Like the skin on your face, your scalp can get oily, which can lead to irritation and dandruff. 😱
Dirt, oil and buildup form on your scalp just as it does any other part of your skin, and in order to keep your scalp and your hair healthy, periodic exfoliation is necessary to unclog your pores and help the hair grow naturally thicker, shinier and less oily.
Neglecting to exfoliate can lead to dull hair, clogged follicles and itchy, flaky skin. Scalp exfoliation can be one pa