We've Got Your Exfoliation Needs Covered
If you've ever wondered what the difference between exfoliating and cleansing is, here goes: cleansers remove dirt, oil, and impurities while exfoliators cleanse and slough away dead skin cells that build up over time or in reaction to extreme weather. We'll help you compare the differences in our range of expertly formulated exfoliators to find the one that's right for your skin.
Exfoliating Scrubs & Cleansers
Cleansing scrubs do what their name suggests: polish away the rough, dry top layer of dead skin using physical exfoliants like microbeads, sugar, crushed nut shells, or fruit seeds. If you prefer to incorporate exfoliation into your regimen, scrubs are for you.
Exfoliating Moisturizers & Correctors
Moisturizing and tone-correcting exfoliators use chemical exfoliants like Lipo-Hydroxyl Acid (LHA) to gently brighten and even out dullness while fortifying skin's defenses against sun damage. If you want an exfoliating solution you can wear all day, these are your go-to.