How to Treat
How to Treat
Use A Physical And/Or Chemical Exfoliant
Rougher texture can benefit from both. For more resilient skin, opt for something with a physical, scrub-like consistency. To treat sensitive skin types, or simply for a gentler option, try a fruit enzyme-based exfoliant to smoothly digest dead skin cells.
Boost Hydration With Toner
Add a toner to help hydrating products absorb deeper and work harder
Product Recommendation:Josh Rosebrook Hydrating Accelerator
Apply A Peel Weekly
At-home peels are less potent than pro treatments, but still deliver great results. If your skin is experiencing textural concerns, this can be a great way to take your exfoliation to the next level and help move along layers to bring smoother skin to the surface.
Use A Nourishing Mask
To rebuild a healthy barrier, an oil-based mask can help increase softness, suppleness, and flexibility of the skin. Ingredients to look out for are jojoba oil, which is very similar in composition to our own sebum, and shea butter, a rich, skin-softening emollient.
Product Recommendation:One Love Organics Skin Savior Multi-Tasking Wonder Balm
• FROM THE TREATMENT ROOM •
We often recommend microdermabrasion to those dealing with rough texture. By resurfacing texture and targeting specific areas of buildup, it's one of the most advanced forms of exfoliation. Try the Doctor's Scrub Microderm Exfoliator by Goldfaden MD for an effective at-home treatment.
A glycolic acid face peel that brightens, evens, and hydrates skin.