Exfoliators

REMOVING DEAD SKIN CELLS WITH EXFOLIATION REJUVENATES THE SKIN AND PREVENTS BLOCKED PORES THAT LEAD TO BREAKOUTS.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How to exfoliate skin?

To exfoliate the skin effectively, we recommend adding our Active Repair Radiance Polisher to our Active Repair Nourishing Cleansing Balm at least once per week to create an instant exfoliator. A blend of natural, physical exfoliants including Walnut Shell Powder help to gently polish away the dead skin cells and Rosehip and Cranberry powders contain vitamins and antioxidants to help improve skin texture and tone.

How to exfoliate skin naturally?

Our Active Repair Radiance Polisher contains a blend of completely natural, physical exfoliants including Walnut Shell Powder help to gently polish away the dead skin cells, and Rosehip and Cranberry powders contain vitamins and antioxidants to help improve skin texture and tone. For best results, add one Wildsmith Skin spoon of the polisher into two or three spoons of our Active Repair Nourishing Cleansing Balm at least once per week. Massage the blend onto the face and neck before removing in a circular motion with warm water and a muslin cloth for extra exfoliation.

Does exfoliating make your skin lighter?

Your skin is constantly going through a process of cell renewal, shedding the dead skin cells on the surface. Without exfoliation, this process slows down causing dead cells to block pores and leaving skin dull and dry, with an uneven texture. Exfoliators are designed to increase cell turnover and sweep away dead skin cells, revealing fresh skin underneath that appears brighter with improved texture and tone. The key with exfoliation is to keep it up regularly. Add Active Repair Radiance Polisher to Active Repair Nourishing Cleansing Balm at least once per week to create an instant exfoliator.

How to exfoliate oily skin?

Oily skin can require exfoliation more regularly as dead skin cells do not flake off as quickly as they do with other skin types. When these excess cells mix with sticky sebum, pores can become clogged causing inflammation. To keep blemishes at bay, we recommend exfoliating oily skin two to three times per week.