Your body is full of dead skin. But unfortunately, these dead skin cells don’t leave your skin on their own. You have to physically exfoliate your skin to get rid of them. Why? The process of removing dead skin will ensure that the buildup doesn’t cause breakouts, blackheads and wrinkles. Moreover, when you get rid of dead skin, you’re only removing that dead layer and allowing the new layer of your skin to shine bright. Want to know how to get rid of dead skin cells? Here’s a low-down...

Exfoliate your body
 

Exfoliate your body

As mentioned above, your entire body is full of dead skin. How do you get rid of that? Allow your bodywash to turn into a dual purpose product that not only moisturises your skin but also buffs away dead skin cells. Our solution? The Dove Gentle Exfoliating Body Wash. Its exfoliating beads help in gently scrubbing dead cells to reveal fresh skin. Moreover, its Nutrium Moisture technology delivers nutrients directly to the skin and keeps it nourished from within. What else could you possibly ask for in a body wash?

Exfoliate your facial skin
 

Exfoliate your facial skin

Think your skin looks dull every time you look into the mirror? Blame it on dead skin buildup! You may not see it but over time, your skin has accumulated a whole lot of dead skin, thanks to the pollution and grime in the environment—something that has caused your skin to turn lacklustre. This is why you need the St.Ives Fresh Face Apricot Scrub because this one has the power to remove excess oil and dirt from the skin along with removing the dead skin layer. Like that’s not enough, it contains apricot that heals, soothes, protects and energises your skin. It’s also rich in Vitamin A, Vitamin B and Vitamin E—all of which leave your skin glowing and hydrated. Now, that sounds like quite the perfect face scrub, doesn’t it?

Exfoliate your lips
 

Exfoliate your lips

We often pay extra attention to our facial skin but completely miss out on the fact that even our lips need that added TLC. If you’ve been sleeping with lipstick on or haven’t been using a moisturising lip balm, chances are that your lips look patchy and darker than their original colour. This is a clear sign of dead skin buildup on your lips. Precisely why you need to use a sugar scrub on your lips, stat! Just mix some sugar granules with Vaseline Petroleum Jelly and scrub your lips gently using a toothbrush and this concoction. Do this thrice a week for best results.

Exfoliate your feet
 

Exfoliate your feet

Smelly feet full of calluses? If you think this is your story, your feet are in dire need of exfoliation. First, soak your feet in warm water and then use a pumice stone to gently scrub the dead skin away. Use a mild soap along with the pumice stone to ensure that the dead skin comes off easily.