Dead skin cells are removed and clogged pores cleaned. The skin becomes visibly smoother, looks more healthy and radiantly fresh. The complexion is clarified and visibly refined. Scrub granules gently exfoliate and promote blood circulation in the skin. The skin is optimally prepared for subsequent care and ready to absorb the products.
Scrubs - how often?
The drier your skin, the longer you should leave between scrubs. Too frequent exfoliation can irritate the skin. Redness, irritation and spots show that the skin needs some rest. Once a weeks is enough, depending on the skin type.
Scrubs for the face
A gentle scrub can quickly improve dull, dry skin or skin prone to blemishes. Subsequent anti-ageing care will be more effective.
Scrubs for the neckline
The skin on the neckline is extremely thin and sensitive. The good news is that there is no cellulite there. Since there is little connective tissue there, the area is prone to wrinkles. The skin at the neckline is very sensitive, so it should be treated carefully with a gentle scrub.
Scrubs for the hands
We’ve all had the experience of looking at our hands and thinking that they look like the hands of a much older person. Many external influences stress the skin and make it look older. A caring scrub can work wonders on them.
Scrubs for the feet
A foot scrub is a caring and relaxing treatment. Lightly callused skin and dead skin cells are easily scrubbed away. After the scrub, massage cream into your feet and they will be silky soft.
Scrubs - because beauty and wellbeing shine through in our skin.