It is very important to exfoliate our skin to cleanse our skin from dead cells and restore a healthy glow. In fact, peeling is one of the most important steps in skin care, regardless of the season. If you are peeling frequently, we explain how and with which products you should exfoliate your skin, especially during the winter months! Are you ready to explore now?
Why is it important to exfoliate?
When we do not purify our skin of dead cells, these residues increase and a pale skin that has lost its radiance appears. It is important to exfoliate to prevent this appearance and to regenerate skin cells. However, of course, the peeling method you use is also important here.
With chemical or physical peeling products, we can peel our skin and provide cell renewal. But you should definitely consider your skin type and your skin’s needs. According to the type of peeling you use, you should choose the treatments you will apply after peeling accordingly. For example, if you are going to prefer chemical peeling products, then you should definitely use sunscreen regularly.
Is peeling done in winter?
Well, is peeling done in winter? In fact, the winter months are a suitable period to prefer both physical and chemical peeling. However, you should not skip using products that will moisturize and protect your skin after peeling, especially as sensitive or dry skin becomes more sensitive and dry due to cold in winter. Especially in both morning and evening care routines, you should moisturize your skin deeply and ensure that your skin is nourished.
What are the different peeling types?
As we mentioned above, there are 2 different types of peeling, chemically and physically. When we apply these 2 types of peeling by taking care, protecting and moisturizing our skin during the winter months, we can achieve a radiant skin appearance.
Chemical peeling, one of the most striking applications recently, is a peeling type that allows the renewal of cells in our skin. Unlike physical peeling, it makes our skin look more radiant with products that have ingredients that affect the upper layer of our skin. Of course, it also does these with special content. You can regenerate skin cells with products with powerful ingredients such as salicylic acid and Retinol.
Nowadays, products with Retinol content attract our attention the most. We think that retinol-containing facial serums, which provide a visible change on the skin, are particularly effective in deep wrinkles. We even have a favorite: L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Lazer Pure Retinol Deep Anti-Wrinkle Night Serum. It provides 3 times more retinol effect to our skin with 0.2% pure Retinol content. Thus, it reduces the appearance of roughness on our skin and reduces the appearance of wrinkles, including deep wrinkles.
In our night care routine, we first apply our night serum to our clean skin and then L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Laser X3 Intense Anti-Aging Night Care CreamWe apply. In the mornings before L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Laser X3 Intensive Anti-Aging Care Serumto protect the u and then our skin against sun rays L’Oréal Paris Revitalift Laser X3 Anti Blemish and Wrinkle GKF 20 Day CreamWe apply our. Once you have this daily anti-aging care routine we explained, you can easily see the difference! 🙂
Physical peeling is a peeling type applied with peeling cleansers or scrubs. There are small particles in the exfoliating cleansers and thanks to these particles, it provides deep cleansing, purification, tightening of pores and removal of roughness. Being able to use it in summer and winter is also an advantage.
Among our exfoliating gels, our favorite L’Oréal Paris Saf Kil Peeling Jeli! With its red algae extract content, it intensely purifies and cleans our skin and helps our pores tighten. It is one of our favorite exfoliating gels, especially for balancing the skin tone, softening and beautifying our skin!
When it comes to physical peeling, brushes with peeling effect also come to mind. However, it is very important to use facial cleansing brushes very gently. Otherwise, they can cause irritation. At the same time, since our skin becomes sensitive, especially in cold winter months, using these brushes may have an adverse effect on our skin. For this reason, we recommend that you use peeling gels instead of brushes.