Dry & itchy skin problem and natural solution
If your skin is riddled with dead cells, your skin care products may not be able to penetrate deep into the skin and do their work. By removing the top-most layer of skin, you’re making it easier for your topical skin treatments to sink deep below the surface where they could make a difference.
understand your skin
Your skin consists of three layers, namely the hypodermis, dermis, and epidermis. The epidermis is the outermost layer. This layer protects your skin from minor cuts and bruises, prevents microbial infection, keeps your body waterproof, and reduces water loss
The topmost layer of the epidermis, known as the stratum corneum, consists of dead skin cells.
Your body periodically sheds the dead skin cells in the stratum corneum when a new layer of dead cells appear below the old one. During winters, this process becomes less efficient, causing layers of dead skin cells to pile up. That’s the reason why lines appear on your skin when your scratch it with a sharp object
To keep your skin vibrant and youthful during winters, you need to give your body an extra hand by using mild exfoliates to slough the layer of dead skin cells and reveal the healthy and lively layer beneath. Next, you’ll learn a simple winter skin care routine to exfoliate your skin.
The Moroccan hammam as The best solution to exfoliate and beautify your skin
How to use .
After standing, or sitting, in hot water for a few minutes, apply Black Soap to your entire body. It won’t lather, this is normal.
Let the soap sit on your skin for 10 minutes while it softens your skin and prepares it for the next steps.
Rinse off the soap and prepare your kessa glove. Start scrubbing your entire body in a firm but gentle circular motion and watch ALL the dead skin cells flake right off. Keep rubbing and rinsing until you stop shedding ;) *Remember to scrub often neglected body parts, such as ankles and behind the knees!!
Moisturize with Argan oil or some of our Whipped Body Butter after to enhance and prolong the benefits.