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Cold winter weather dries out everything from your head to your toes. And dry skin leads to flakey patches and dull skin. No thanks! To keep your skin soft and smooth, you have to do more than moisturize, you also need to exfoliate.
Starting with the head, you’ll want to do a weekly scalp treatment. I really like this one from Briogeo. It does a great job at exfoliating the scalp without drying out my hair. Plus it is an exfoliant and shampoo in one, so I can get two jobs done at once.
This facial scrub from Grown Alchemist has the perfect blend of ingredients to slough off dry skin without being too harsh. There are tons of natural ingredients in this like aloe, grapefruit, and peppermint. One thing to note is the strong scent. It has a very herbal/medicinal smell to it which does tend to linger for a bit.
If you have acne or need a more budget-friendly option for a facial scrub, you can’t beat the Biore Pore Unclogging Scrub. Because this product does such a good job at removing impurities, make sure to follow up with a moisturizer.
During the winter month’s your lips will get chapped. A good moisturizing lip treatment at night will help, but you still need to get rid of the dry skin. When it comes to lip scrubs some people love the stick kind, but I personally prefer the kind in a pot like this one from Burt’s Bees.
If you’ve been around here for a bit, you know I love bougie bath products. So it shouldn’t be a surprise that I’m in love. That being said this Goop worthy scrub is a pretty big investment.
Now if you want something that works great but doesn’t come with a luxury price tag, you’ll want to check out this exfoliating body scrub from The Seaweed Bath Co.
This foot scrub is hands down, the best one I’ve ever tried. I was first introduced to it when I got a pedicure at ME SPA this summer. I’ve been obsessed with it ever since. I will say you’ll want to be careful when using it in the shower since the oils can make things a bit slippery.
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