Exfoliating the body for bright elbows and knees

Exfoliating the body for bright elbows and knees

Will you leave the dead skin cells?

It’s already June. A lot of things to do in advance, right?

You have to remove the dead skin cells and get ready for this summer.

 

Exfoliating the body for bright elbows and knees

 

How do you guys normally care your feet and elbows?

 

Exfoliating the body for bright elbows and knees

 

As the days begin to warm, we begin to wear short clothing.

So, I think that we should take care of the dead skin cells that I have been less concerned about so far.

In particular, the white dead skin cell down on the elbows, heels, and knees is a more annoying problem.

When I see it while wearing short clothes or sandals, I feel embarrassed.

 

Exfoliating the body for bright elbows and knees

 

Today, I’m going to show you how to remove dead skin cells from your heels and light up them.

I hope you all get to know about this and to have a clean body.

Let’s get it started right now.

 

 

Brown sugar

Exfoliating the body for bright elbows and knees

 

Apparently, the moist brown sugar contains polyphenols that are good for skin and glycolic acid that improves dead skin cells and sebum.

Mix brown sugar and olive oil in a 1:1 ratio, lightly rub it on the dark heels, and wait for 10 minutes.

A pro tip. Brown sugar can be irritating to the skin because it is coarse.

If you have sensitive skin, you just need to grind the brown sugar into fine powder and gently exfoliate with it to reduce irritation.

 

 

Milk

Exfoliating the body for bright elbows and knees

 

Protein, minerals, and vitamins in milk are responsible for controlling sebum and hydration, and lactose is said to remove old dead skin cells.

Mix milk and olive oil in a 1:1 ratio, soak a gauze or cotton pad and lightly stick to your heels.

Take it off your face when it’s dried enough, then you will get smooth and bright heels.

Once you do it consistently, the effect will be much better.

With this simple method, let us all get white elbows, my sisters.

 

 

Rice water

Exfoliating the body for bright elbows and knees

 

Rice water contains nutrients such as protein starch and vitamins.

Mixed with flour is very effective for exfoliation and tightening pores.

Helps increase elasticity and cares for wrinkles, so probably many of you are already aware of that.

After washing the rice about 3 times, take the rice water and mix it with wheat flour in a 1:1 ratio to make it thin.

If it is thin enough to flow down to a certain level, spread the dough and apply it to your skin, wrap it and wait for 10 minutes, then it will be clear.

 

Exfoliating the body for bright elbows and knees

 

Exfoliating the body for bright elbows and knees

 

We have explained various methods so far.

But there is a point to note.

I wouldn’t recommend a method of soaking your body in hot water and then pushing it off.

 

Exfoliating the body for bright elbows and knees

 

Removing dead cells, on the one hand, is also helpful for the skin, but it is not a good practice to irritate the skin too much to get rid of the dead layer.

This is because if the epidermis that protects our body comes off together during the exfoliation process, it is not good for skin health.

 

Exfoliating the body for bright elbows and knees

 

For this reason, it is recommended to gently exfoliate twice a week with a body scrub or soap, etc.

After exfoliation, you must pay attention to moisturizing.

 

Exfoliating the body for bright elbows and knees

 

Now, let me finish after recommending a few body peeling agents and scrubs that can gently exfoliate your body.

 

St. Ives Apricot Exfoliating Body Wash 400ml

 

UCG Piteroma N Peeling Shower Gel 200ml Body Type

 

SOTHYS Three Salts Peeling Body Scrub 1000ml / 33.81 oz.

 

Until the day when our members have beautiful bodies, we will be always with you.

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