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Suzanne Somers Organics Exfoliating Dry Face Brush

WHO IT IS FOR:
Go ahead and slough off those dull, tired-looking skin cells that hold you back from showcasing your natural radiance! This handy little layered exfoliating brush helps remove dead skin cells so that your beauty can shine through and your skin will be prepared to receive your cleansing and moisturizing routine. Genius.

BENEFITS:
  • Exfoliates dry, dead surface cells
  • Contoured synthetic bristles massage skin
  • Exfoliation helps increase normal dead skin cell turnover
  • Prepares your skin for your cleansing and moisturizing routine

Made in Thailand

Please see the Usage & Ingredients tab for how to use and ingredient information.

California residents only: “Proposition 65” WARNING

Why Exfoliate?
Exfoliation is a very important yet often overlooked step in the beauty regimen. It is the key to loosen and remove a dead layer of skin cells, while speeding up the skin's process of shedding (which slows with aging or mature skin). Exfoliation also helps to stimulate the blood circulation, brighten the complexion by improving color and texture, smooth fine lines and wrinkles, and prevent build-up that can lead to break outs.
Without exfoliation, skin can take on an uneven tone, looking dull, patchy or even ashy. After exfoliation, skin serums and moisturizers are able to penetrate more effectively, allowing the active ingredients to penetrate more successfully and thus leading to better beauty product results.
As a general rule, you will want to exfoliate at least once per week. You can adjust your schedule according to your needs. The texture of the exfoliant may also factor in the frequency of usage. A finer grained exfoliator might be tolerated well and could be used more often if desired. If your skin becomes irritated or flaky, reduce the frequency of exfoliating or switch to one with finer texture.
Sometimes exfoliating ingredients are added to toners or also come in the form of masks. These products provide more options to incorporate exfoliating ingredients into your regimen.

How to Choose an Exfoliator
Choose an appropriate exfoliator for your skin type. Sensitive, fine or aging skin will need a finer abrasive ingredient than other types of skin. The best way to select one is to read the label description to determine the item's abrasiveness or strength. Salt, sugar, plant fiber, nut hulls, jojoba beads, apricot seeds, kernels, oatmeal, and bamboo beads are all common ingredients used in abrasive exfoliators.
Enzymes, retinols, alpha hydroxy acid, lactic acid, glycolic acid and salycilic acid preparations are referred to as chemical exfoliators. They are typically available in varying strengths in the form of a gel or serum. They can also be used once per week, or as desired after cleansing and before moisturizing to attain the same effect. They exfoliate with less irritation, and are especially recommended if your skin is on the sensitive side.

How to Exfoliate
After cleansing and rinsing the face, apply the exfoliator to your wet face. Using your fingers or a soft cloth, scrub using gentle circular motions. You will want to avoid the delicate eye area and scrub gently on the areas bordering it like the cheek bones and temple area outside of the eyes. Rinse your face and softly pat it dry.

HOW TO USE:
Massage skin on face, neck and décolletage with brush using upward, circular motions. Sloughs off dry, dead surface cells and prepares your skin to receive your cleansing/moisture routine.

Average Days of Supply: Depends upon use

INGREDIENTS:
Synthetic nylon bristles with metal handle