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I like to exfoliate. It helps in keeping my skin healthy and fresh. It is also the best defense against signs of aging, dark spots, breakouts and ruddy skin. Like I always say, no amount of makeup can hide unhealthy skin.

For every skin type, there are certain exfoliation ingredients to look for to keep your skin healthy and glowing.

Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant

1. Acne-Prone or Oily Skin
Chemical exfoliators with beta hydroxy acids like salicylic acid is best for this skin type as it is very effective in penetrating oil glands, which loosens the bonds that hold dead skin cells together. It also helps avoid clogged pores, the major cause of breakouts. Try: St. Ives Fresh Skin Invigorating Apricot Scrub and Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant.

Juice Beauty Green Apple Peel Full Strength

2. Dry Skin
Chemical exfoliators with alpha hydroxy acids are best with this type of skin. It is great for surface exfoliation. It can also help fight wrinkles. If you have dry skin, make sure you scrub or exfoliate only once a week. Try: Juice Beauty Green Apple Peel Full Strength and Olay Regenerist Cream Cleanser.

Neutrogena Deep Clean Gentle Scrub Oil-Free

3. Sensitive Skin
Avoid glycolic acids or retinoic acids, as these are very harsh. Instead, look for enzymatic exfoliators. These are normally found in pineapples and papayas. Enzymatic exfoliators are perfect for sensitive skin as they can dissolve dead skin cells with the least chance of irritation. Once a week is enough. Try: Clarins One-Step Gentle Exfoliating Facial Cleanser and Neutrogena Deep Clean Gentle Scrub Oil-Free.

The Body Shop Honey & Oat 3-in-1 Scrub Mask

4. Normal to Combination skin
Normal to combination are the least reactive types of skin, so your best bet is to look for exfoliating ingredients such as beta hydroxy acids and alpha hydroxy acids. Once or twice a week of facial scrubbing is ideal to get healthy, clear skin. Try: The Body Shop Honey & Oat 3-in-1 Scrub Mask and Avon Anew Clinical Micro-Exfoliant.

Be happy. Stay pretty.

Beauty Directory:

Avon Visit avon.com.ph for a list of Avon beauty centers nationwide or contact your nearest Avon Lady; avon.com.ph; facebook.com/AvonPhilippines

Beauty Bar click here for a full list of branches; beautybar.com.ph; facebook.com/BeautyBarPH

The Body Shop thebodyshop.com.ph; facebook.com/pages/The-Body-Shop-Philippines/186698384698177

Clarins Available at Rustan’s Department Stores; clarinsusa.com; facebook.com/Clarins

Dermalogica Available at Rustan’s Department Stores; dermalogica.com; facebook.com/Dermalogica; rustans-thebeautysource.com

Juice Beauty Available at Beauty Bar; juicebeauty.com; facebook.com/JuiceBeauty

Neutrogena Available at all leading department stores, supermarkets and beauty hubs nationwide www.neutrogena.com; facebook.com/neutrogenaphilippines

Olay Available at all leading department stores, supermarkets and beauty hubs nationwide; olay.com.ph; facebook.com/OlayPhilippines

St. Ives Available at all leading groceries, beauty hubs, and department stores nationwide; stives.com; facebook.com/stives

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  1. I didn’t know that different skin types requires different exfoliators. If I’m using homemade exfoliators, can I use any mixture or does some mixtures work better with certain skin types?

  2. Which category does Cure (the Japanese gel exfoliant) fall under? And how often can I exfoliate at my 30s?

  3. Hi, Abby! Cure is perfect for all skin types and you can use it up to 2x a week. But if you have sensitive or acne-prone skin, exfoliate only once a week.

  4. Hey, Stacie! What are the ingredients of your homemade exfoliator?

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