Peeling or exfoliation of the skin is desirable to carry out regularly, especially after thirty years, when the process of getting rid of dead cells slows down. In addition, after the peeling procedure, the skin absorbs creams and lotions much better, and therefore the use of the cream becomes more effective.
There are many types of exfoliation, but recently sea sand peeling has gained particular popularity.
Sea sand exfoliation — It is a thorough, deep peeling of the skin. Thanks to this peeling, the skin is deeply cleansed, blood circulation is improved and toxins are removed from the body.
Sea sand peeling is used only on rough areas of the skin – it is not suitable for the décolleté, neck and face.
In addition, cosmetologists use only specially purified sand, to which emollient ingredients are added – essential oils, herbal extracts, thermal water, that is, ordinary sand on the seashore is not suitable for these purposes.
For what purpose? This type of peeling is used for body shaping, fighting cellulite, healing the body, rejuvenating the skin.
It is advisable to carry out the procedure after a good steaming of the skin. Peeling with sea sand should not be carried out immediately before sunbathing to avoid burns.
Session time is 15-20 minutes, after the procedure, a shower is taken and the skin is moisturized.
Contraindications. Inflammatory skin diseases, dermatitis, keloid scars, infections, sunburn, moles.
If this peeling is done at home, then you need to remember that sea sand is applied to wet skin and along the course of the lymphatic vessels, while the movements are circular, light, it is not necessary to press hard on the skin. Before a home session, you need to buy special sea sand at a pharmacy or cosmetic store.