What Is an Exfoliating Facial Blend?

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An exfoliating facial blend is a cosmetic product designed to serve a very important purpose. Find out about an exfoliating facial blend with help from a licensed cosmetologist with over 5 years of experience in this free video clip.

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Hi guys, this is Chelsie Baker, professional cosmetologist of five years. Today, I'm going to show you what an exfoliating facial blend is. Let's get started. An exfoliating facial blend will be a scrub or a cleanser that's going to remove dead dull skin cells and replace them with new radiant skin and it's really good for cleaning your pores and it's going to be very gritty and you're just going to apply it like you would a wash, just in light circular motions. You don't want to scratch too hard because it could irritate your skin depending on how sensitive your skin is and just in nice circular motions, you're going to apply it all over the face. It really helps too if you have the hot water running while you do this because the steam will really open up your pores and soften the skin. This is very easy to apply and you don't want to exfoliate too often because it could damage the skin and depending on how sensitive you are, it could even create scarring, so just a couple times a week as a nice wash either during the shower or in the morning, just apply all over the face and then you can wipe it off with a nice warm towelette. You can also rinse your face off in warm water, it's really whatever you prefer but this is really going to reveal radiant young skin. And they sell many many kinds. You can pick them up at your local pharmacy, your local makeup store and they have ones with apricot, all natural ones. You can even look up how to make your own at home. And there you go, and that's what an exfoliating facial blend is. If you have any more beauty questions, feel free to ask. See you next time.


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