We mentioned at the beginning of the article that the ability of the skin to shed dead skin on its own decreases with the effect of aging.
When the renewal time of the skin cells is prolonged, a hard, rough, dry and dull skin appearance and feeling occurs. Exfoliation, on the other hand, accelerates skin regeneration and collagen production by cleaning the dead skin and thickened skin layer accumulated on the skin. As a result of regular use, the outer layer accumulation consisting of dead skin, sebum and various environmental factors is dissolved, the appearance of wrinkles disappears as a result of the "anti-wrinkle" effect it creates, and a renewed and fresh skin texture appears.
Advanced formulations are required that can reduce the multiple signs of aging skin, namely the appearance of fine lines, provide adequate hydration, balance skin tone by minimizing age spots, and contain gentle exfoliants to improve texture. In addition, these products often contain vitamin and antioxidant ingredients, as well as intense moisturizing ingredients to improve skin barrier function that is impaired during the natural aging process.
Regularly applied exfoliation increases the absorption of skin care products, maximizes the efficiency of anti-aging products used, and minimizes the signs of aging on the skin by triggering collagen and elastin production. That's why exfoliants are essential in anti-aging care. While you are creating your care routine, do not forget to include gentle but effective exfoliants for the skin.