What’s The Recommended Body Exfoliation Frequency?

There’s no question that exfoliating is an important part of the skincare process. But what’s the recommended body exfoliation frequency? The answer can vary based on your skin type, but the following strategies can help.

Try three times a week if your skin is oily.

For oily skin, breakouts, blemishes or clogged pores can be a real concern. And exfoliating is the key to preventing these problems. Plus, if you have oily skin, then you like have more moisture in your skin than most. That means your less likely to dry out your skin from regular exfoliating. Still, it’s best to stick to no more than three times a week to avoid overdoing it.

Exfoliate twice a week with normal skin.

The standard for most people when it comes to exfoliating is twice a week. This gives you the regular cleansing you need to shed dead skin cells and leave you feeling renewed and refreshed. More than twice a week, though, and you run the risk of drying your skin out and causing additional skin problems for that reason.

Exfoliate once a week if you have dry or sensitive skin.

The biggest risk of problems with exfoliating are in people with dry or sensitive skin. But occasional exfoliating is still important for these people for the same reasons as everyone else. In most cases, once a week won’t cause trouble for people with sensitive skin. If you’re concerned, you can always choose a less aggressive body scrub, and employ a more gentle touch as your scrub your body with it.

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