Over Exfoliation: What you need to know

When it comes to exfoliation, it is possible to go beyond. It's important to get rid of skin contaminants on a regular basis, but overdoing it might cause irritation. Excessive exfoliation may cause redness, inflammation, and worsen the skin's health. Maintaining a healthy and moisturized skin relies on the production of oils by the skin itself. Over-exfoliation may cause our skin to loose its natural radiance. Too much exfoliation in the improper form might cause irritation or aggravation to your skin type. In order to have smoother, cleaner skin, you must be patient and follow the right procedures. Your skin falls into one of three broad categories: oily, dry, or mixed. Depending on your skin type, you'll know how frequently to exfoliate.

T-zones tend to be shiny and pores are more noticeable in those with oily skin. Impurities build up pores because of an overproduction of sebum, or greasy secretion, which leads to more frequent blockage. When it comes to maintaining youthful, healthy-looking skin, experts suggest exfoliating two to three times a week.

Due to a lack of oils in the skin, a dry skin type feels dry and tight. It may lead to dry skin, dullness, and uneven skin tone. You don't need to exfoliate as regularly since your skin lacks natural oils. Once or twice a week, you should include it into your skincare regimen to get the most benefit.

Combination skin contains both an oily t-zone and dryness over the rest of the face, making it a difficult skin type to identify. Stick to twice to three times a week at first and adjust as required, depending on whether your skin is oily or dry. Even if you have oily or mixed skin, you should only exfoliate the parts of your face that need it.

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