Are you having issues with dry, flaky skin? As we head into colder weather, keeping my skin soft and moisturized becomes one of my biggest challenges. Exfoliating has become a part of my daily skincare regimen. If you’re in the same boat, read on because I have a product that may just help…
I used to think that all loofahs were the same. I didn’t give it much thought when I bought one. The last loofah I had actually ended up in the trash after awhile because it started to get moldy. Ick.
When I was offered to review ViaBuff, I thought it was going to be just another loofah. What caught my attention about this product, though, is that there are different products, or levels for every type of skin. From sensitive to clinical-type skin, there’s an exfoliator made just for your skin, plus there are mini buff exfoliators for your face. So if you have dry, flaky skin like me, you could try the Level 3 (pink) exfoliator.
The different levels include:
- Level 1: Extra gentle – for oily, acne prone, or psoriasis
- Level 2: Mild – for normal skin or those with eczema
- Level 3: Moderate – for dry skin, ingrown hairs, keratosis, and pilaris
- Level 4: Clinical – for very dry skin
I ordered the pack that includes the 3-pack mini facial buff with Levels 1, 2, & 3, plus the body exfoliator with handle. I like the handle because it helps with those hard-to-reach areas on my back. You could use the body exfoliator with or without the handle, though. The difference in texture of the facial buffs is very subtle, but still noticeable when you start using them on your face.
I’ve been using the exfoliators for the past couple months and they’ve held up pretty well. They’re soft and durable, not like those meshy loofahs that stretch out or get moldy. I especially love the body exfoliator because it really has worked on my chest area where the skin tends to get a little rough.
Benefits of Exfoliating Your Skin
Exfoliating your skin on a regular basis promotes new skin cell growth and improves skin texture. As you get older, the natural exfoliation process slows down, which makes exfoliating even more important. If you don’t exfoliate, old skin cells start to pile up on the surface of the skin, making it look dull and dry.
- Skin renews itself at night, so the best time to exfoliate is in the morning.
- Don’t overdo it. Rub the product in a gentle, circular motion.
- Give extra attention to your feet, elbows, and knees.
Do you exfoliate your skin on a regular basis?
For more information and to shop for exfoliating products, visit ViaBuff.com.