GUEST BLOG: How To Remove Dead Skin Cells

Infants, as well as children, have fresher skin than the adult because their skin can shed dead skin cells naturally daily or weekly. Unfortunately, when we age, the process of getting rid of dead skin cells slows down. As a result, accumulated dead skin cells result in dull and dark skin as well as older skin appearance. Someone who wants to look younger seeks for the expensive chemical-based skin care products. However, despite the expensive cost, they can not sure about the effectiveness of these skin care products in treating dead skin cells. Moreover, some questionable ingredients and harmful chemicals contained in these products can cause the allergic reaction on your skin such as redness, irritation, or acne breakout. Do you want to know the natural alternative solutions on how to remove dead skin cells from face and body effectively without causing unwanted side effects? If yes, please continue reading this following article.

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How To Remove Dead Skin Cells From Face And Body – Effective Solutions & Home Remedies

There are a lot of ways that help you get rid of dead skin cells from face and body, including chemical-based skin care products, natural scrub, healthy diet and natural exfoliate. But natural solutions on how to remove dead skin cells from face and body does not cause side effects and irritation. Therefore, it is worthy for you to consider including these following techniques and tips on your skin care routine.

  1. Steaming Your Face

Steaming your face is one of the effective solutions on how to remove dead skin cells from the face. The possible reason may be that steaming will help to open your skin pores and make it easy to remove the dirt, oil and dead skin cells which clog deeply in your skin pores. Therefore, it is better for you to keep a practice of steaming your face for at least 20 minutes to 30 minutes before applying any scrubs on your face. It is considered as the effective way that helps to exfoliate your facial skin.

  1. Soak Hands And Feet In Warm Soapy Water

Asking for the effective solution on how to remove dead skin cells from your body, including your hands and your feet naturally, I would like to recommend soaking it in warm soapy water. You should do this process for at least 30 minutes before applying scrub. This solution is said to soften your skin and make it easier for the scrub to exfoliate the dead skin cells from your body.

  1. Gram Flour, Sandalwood And Rice Powder Scrub

The needed ingredients include rice powder or flour, sandalwood, gram flour, rose water and milk.

Method:

  • Mix sandalwood, gram flour, and rice powder in equal quantities in a bowl
  • Mix a sufficient amount of rose water and milk until it becomes a thick consistent mixture
  • Apply this mixture on your face
  • Let it sit on your face for about 20 minutes
  • Rub it gently to remove dead skin cells
  • After 20 minutes, rinse it off with lukewarm water

If you want to have more satisfactory result, you should repeat this treatment twice or three times a week.

  1. Rice And Curd Scrub

This home remedy made from rice and curd on how to remove dead skin cells can work for people who have sensitive or dry skin.

All things you will need are curd or yogurt, rose oil, and uncooked rice.

Method:

  • Grind uncooked rice until you get coarse rice powder
  • Mix this rice powder with curd or yogurt and a few drops or rose oil
  • Apply this scrub on treated skin, including your face, legs and arms
  • Allow it to sit on your skin for at least 20 minutes until this mixture dry
  • Wash it off with cold water

This treatment on how to remove dead skin cells from face and body does not cause irritation or redness; therefore, it is safe for sensitive skin.

  1. Honey

Honey is considered as one of excellent exfoliants on how to remove dead skin cells from face and body. Besides getting rid of dead skin cells, honey also has many skin benefits. Therefore, it should be included in your skin care routine. Honey contains antibacterial, antiseptic, antifungal, and antiviral properties; therefore it will help your skin treat acne problem and keep skin infections at bay. Because of its humectant qualities, honey is a great ingredient for a hydrating facial scrub.

One of the effective hydrating facial scrubs which help not only keep moisture on the surface of your skin but also get rid of the dead skin cell is the combination of honey and sugar.

  • Put two tablespoons of honey in a bowl
  • Add a sufficient amount of sugar in
  • Stir it well. Make sure that this mixture is not too thick
  • Put this mixture on your face for at least 10 minutes
  • Wash it off with lukewarm water

It is recommended repeating this hydrating facial scrub twice or three times a week for the better result. You can use a suitable moisturizer afterward in order to make your skin look glowing and soft.

  1. Oatmeal

We all know that oatmeal is the great food for cholesterol balance. Moreover, oatmeal is also considered as a natural exfoliant on how to remove dead skin cells from face and body. Oatmeal is gentle; therefore, it is suitable for sensitive skin. In this article, I would like to introduce to you chocolate and oatmeal scrub.

Rose water, cocoa powder, coarse oatmeal powder, lemon juice, honey, sugar, and olive oil (optional) are all things you need.

Method:

  • Mix equal quantities of oatmeal powder, cocoa powder with a few drops of lemon juice and rose water in order to make a paste
  • Add one teaspoon of honey and sugar in
  • Rub this mixture on your face as well as other body skin area that you need to treat
  • Wait for 20 minutes
  • Wash it off with lukewarm water

If you feel this mixture is too harsh for your skin, you can add a little olive oil in. Applying this scrub twice or three times a week will help you to remove dead skin cells and impurities clogged your pores effectively.


Author bio:  I’m Huyen My, I believe that majority of diseases can be cured with natural home remedies. My goal with Allremedies.com is to help you cure your diseases with 100% natural ingredients and herbs in the comfort of your home. You can contact me via http://allremedies.com/


Note:  All views expressed in this blog post are the personal opinions of the guest blogger. mySkin.com doesn’t favor any particular skincare brand or take advertising from any of them. Our scientific algorithm is entirely unbiased and based on your skin profile.

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