Do you know that your skin has shed around 30,000 to 40,000 dead skin cells in just one minute? It may not be visible but it happens. This course will renew itself approximately every 28 days but this is mostly true for healthy skin.
Other things for example lack sleep, not enough water consumption, an unhealthy diet, can cause your skin to renew a little slower than usual. When this happens, you'll be out walking around carrying an unusually heavy layer of dead skin that results in your skin looking dull and not healthy and radiant.
The first thing you should do is choose good beauty products as well. Basically, there are five types of skin – normal, dry, oily, combination normal to dry or normal to oily, and then there's sensitive skin.
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Moisturizing with a lotion or cream is another way to hydrate your skin. Carefully choose a product that agrees with your skin type. Even if you have oily skin, you still need to hydrate, oily skin does not mean you are moist. Cleanse with the use of soaps, cleansers and toners are also appropriate for your skin.
Using a cleanser and toner other than soap will ensure that your skin gets rid of any dirt and debris sitting in some soaps may have missed. One way to ensure that you have removed the dead skin cells is to exfoliate once or twice a week. If you have a thick layer of dead cells, even beauty products have difficulty penetrating through and reaching the deeper layers of your skin.