Monday, June 13, 2011

Scrub for Body Care

Scrub for Body Care

Always scrub on wet skin. Scrub using an exfoliating that rich of microspheres combine with active detergents, disinfectants and anti-microbial and soothing moisturizer so you will prevent irritation from rubbing.

Get the right product and begins to apply on the body. Began to do more from the bottom up in order to combine with the invigorating exfoliating action of the circulation. Apply the scrub also on the shoulders and back and for best results use a strip of hair that will facilitate the removal of impurities, dead cells and pimples that make your skin gray.

The scrub is a great way to remove dead cells that are deposited on the skin surface and to facilitate the breathing of the skin. Improves oxygenation of the tissues and facilitates the penetration of moisturizers and nutrients. Removing the opaque coating not only eliminates the gray skin but promotes skin renewal that makes more effective the stratum corneum to retain water in tissues.

The important thing is to choose the right products and a massage different depending on the part of the body to which you want to apply. Neck, cleavage, arms and inner thighs are the parts with the most delicate skin of the body and for this reason we must make use of a sweet and not too invasive and a gentle exfoliation.

If practicing scrubs appear redness or irritation means the products are too aggressive or you scrubbing too hard and for this reason we must perform a softer massage. In areas of the body such as skin thickening favored by the heels, knees and elbows you can scrub more energetic and decisive.

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