What do you know about these types of scrubs?
There are many exfoliating products on the market including dry, liquid, gel, etc. There are also tools to exfoliate such as brushes, sponges, and so on.
Which method you choose depends on your skin type. For sensitive skin, you can only use gentle products such as Cetaphil or Paula’s Choice, L’Oréal, and do not use manual methods because they can damage your skin unexpectedly. want.
For thick skin types, using a brush is worth a try.
For thick skin, using a brush is worth a try. However, you need to choose products that support soft contact. For a brush, choose a long-toothed brush with a silicon tip to avoid scratching during the exfoliating process, with a sponge, choose a sponge that is soft and not rough.
Differences between manual and chemical scrubs
Manual exfoliating is when you use natural ingredients and the physical method is applied to the skin and may need to be scrubbed. However, for the manual methods, you can modify the ingredients available at home to perform but often not very effective and bring the risk of damage to the skin.
For chemical peels, one thing you don’t need to do is touch your face too much. All you need to do is apply, they will be like automatic machines to help remove dead skin cells on your skin.
However, it is not safe if you do not know them. For skin that has never been exposed to acid, when you first use it, you choose the high concentration type that will cause your skin to be irritated with tiny pimples and redness. So what you need to do is stretch the frequency of using it. Maybe every 2-3 days. If you do not want you can use from low concentration to high concentration to achieve the desired results.
At the same time, they will make your skin more sensitive to the effects of the sun. What you need to do is use a daily sunscreen with an SPF of 15 to 30. Do not use too high SPF will make your skin become clogged and can cause acne.