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WHY A BODY POLISH IS HELPFUL IN YOUR SKIN SKINIMALIST ROUTINE?

WHY A BODY POLISH IS HELPFUL IN YOUR SKIN SKINIMALIST ROUTINE?

BENEFITS OF A BODY POLISH

Body polish also goes by body scrub. Body polish helps to remove dead skin cells from the top layer of the skin due to its exfoliant properties.

As you exfoliate, it opens your clogged skin pores and cleanses the skin. This means it helps with rapid cell turnover which helps to revive, nourish, brighten, and soothe your skin, and our Relax in Rosé Body Polish gives a good moisturizing and hydrating result.

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Our Repair with Rosé body polish is one of our best sellers. As it immediately help to improve skin texture and reduce dead skin cells, It helps to eliminate ingrown hair, body bumps, redness and dead skin cells that works to visibly clear pores and rejuvenates the skin while leaving your skin super hydrated, smooth and moisturized with a fresh rose fragrance.

Overall, when using a body polish or body scrub start with a warm shower, as it helps to open pores for better exfoliation which helps with the moisturizing and hydrating result and minimizes ingrown hair. 

TIPS 

1. Use an exfoliator prior to shaving such as Repair in Rosé Body Polish helps to reduce ingrown hair

2. Exfoliating several times per week get rid of old skin cells, which means less chance of getting those painful ingrown hair and bumps before or after shaving. Hence, it might not be necessary to exfoliate prior to shaving due to regular exfoliation as this helps to reduce dead skin cells. 

Remember: After exfoliation follow up with a hydrating body butter or cream to protect freshly exfoliating skin from drying, though our you may feel like your skin is already hydrated after using our Repair with Rosé body polish as an extra step is always needed, as Exfoliate + Hydrated Body Butter = Smooth, Youthful Skin and don’t forget to use a dermatologist and FDA-recommended SPF in your morning routine to protect your skin from UV-Rays.

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Lilly Carter

Lilly Carter

Hi there! I'm Lilly, an enthusiastic science nerd fixated on beauty and saving the planet. Addicted to matcha lattes, glass skin and cozy blankets. Oh, did I mention that I also love researching everything about skincare?
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