Second in the series of Head To Toe Beauty Help
Those with dry/mature skin can safely use a scrub or cream exfoliant. Cream exfoliants such as alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) or glycolic acid gently slough off dull surface cells without irritation. A natural, thick scrub made up of volcanic sand and dead sea salts is also an effective facial exfoliant. Exfoliation brings fresh, new cells to the surface of the skin for a more youthful-looking complexion. Twice weekly exfoliation stimulates collagen production, brightens and evens the skin tone, fades spots, reduces lines, refines pores and prevents milia. If you use Retin A, reduce usage to twice a week only to prevent thinning, fragile-looking skin.
Exfoliator Choices for Dry/Mature Skin:
Ionic Mineral Scrub
Peptides stimulate collagen and moisture, and help brighten and even all skin tones. Peptides can thicken, repair and rejuvenate the condition of all skin types. Peptides are clinically proven to stimulate collagen and moisture in the skin resulting in less lines and wrinkles. They are like building blocks that protect, nourish and repair our skin. To reduce inflammation and encourage rejuvenated-looking skin, a daily application of peptides is suggested.
Peptide Choices for Dry/Mature Skin: