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Although all scrub exfoliators remove dead skin cells to reveal brighter, smoother skin, there is no single formula that will work for everyone. Choose an exfoliating body scrub that is suitable for your skin type.
Dry skin, for example, needs more hydration after exfoliation. So, choose a body scrub with a dry-skin formula. These usually have fine granules and essential oil or a moisturizing cream base. These work together to eliminate dead cells while also leaving them hydrated, soft, and supple as expected. Oily skin, on the other hand, needs a more thorough cleansing. A formula with larger granules and ingredients like Salicylic acid will penetrate pores, and unclog the dirt, bacteria, and grime at a deeper level.
So, it’s best to choose the body exfoliator based on your skin type- dry, sensitive, combination, oily, or normal.

The rule of thumb would be two to three times a week. For frequent use, it’s important that you choose a gentle exfoliating body scrub with fine granules instead of scrubs with large granules.

Is your skin dry, acne-prone, or normal? It’s important that you know your skin type before choosing a body wash.
Cream-based body washes are often gentle, come with nourishing moisturizing properties, and are apt for use on dry skin. Gel-based ones usually come with higher levels of cleansing ingredients and a tad bit of conditioning ingredients. These work well to remove oil and grime while ensuring that the skin doesn’t dry out completely. Available in a hoard of fragrances, these are meant for normal to oily skin types that are not particularly sensitive. Regardless of the body wash type, some ingredients you may want to avoid in most body wash products are Parabens, Phthalates, Formaldehyde, and Sulfates.

Both of them are used for skin healing and rejuvenation. The difference lies in their ingredients, proportions, and the intended effect of the formulation on the skin.
Body lotions have more water content than moisturizers. Their thin, light-consistency, lotions are mainly meant for use on the body. It does not clog pores. When formulated with UV protection ingredients, they also prevent sun damage to the skin.
Moisturizers come with higher oil content. With relatively thicker consistency, they are usually meant to be used on facial skin. With high hydration levels, they help in the reduction of wrinkles, previous acne marks and keep dryness at bay.

Yes, you can.
Do follow a basic body skincare routine which includes cleansing with soap or body wash, exfoliation using a well-suited exfoliating body scrub, and moisturizing with a good body lotion. Depending on the need, you can use a moisturizer instead too. For dry palms and cracked feet, it is best to use a specific hand and foot cream that will boost repair and keep the skin soft and supple.

Yes. It’s important to ensure that your skin is hydrated at all times. While climate, age factors, skin type all play an important role in deciding the skin hydration levels, you should choose products like body lotions with care and use the one that is apt for your skin.

With the range of ingredients and skin benefits associated with body washes and soaps, it’s now mostly a personal preference. There are many formulae which are available in both forms. Some of the other factors that may affect your choice are hygiene and travel-friendliness!

There is no dearth of natural exfoliants! It’s what you can lay your hands on easily. Yoghurt and Oatmeal, Sugar and Olive oil–all work as good natural exfoliators. If you prefer, look for granulated scrubs. These will remove dead cells gently and leave the skin radiant.
At Kiehl's, we use naturally sourced ingredients like Pearlstone (derived from volcanic ash) in combination with extracts from White Birch and Peony to ensure effectiveness in our range of gentle exfoliating body scrubs.

Cleansing removes superficial dirt and facial makeup. Deep exfoliation happens after cleansing. Products such as exfoliating body scrubs help get rid of layers of dead skin cells beneath. If left unremoved, these dead cells could lead to blemished skin. There are two ways to do this- chemical exfoliation and mechanical exfoliation.

Yes-the body washes with 'anti-bacterial ingredients' such as Triclocarban or Triclosan can do so.

How often do you use them?! While there is no easy answer to this one, body washes score over body soaps for many reasons such as ease of use, hygiene (especially if you need to share), moisturizing properties, range of fragrances, travel-friendliness, restorative and therapeutic properties to name a few. Moisturizing, glycerine-based, and cream-based soap bars, in particular, don’t tend to last very long though.

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