How to Exfoliate Wrinkles on the Neck & Face

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Exfoliating wrinkles on the neck and face can be done with chemical or mechanical exfoliation techniques. Exfoliate wrinkles on the neck and face with help from a skin care professional in this free video clip.

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Hello, I'm Sandra Oulmas and this is how to exfoliate wrinkles on the neck and and face. Exfoliation plays an important role in softening the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on any parts of your face or your body. There are two types of exfoliation, chemical exfoliation and mechanical exfoliation. Treatments or products that provide chemical exfoliation contain alpha hydroxy acid such as glycolic acid which penetrate the skin and promotes cell renewal. On the other hand, treatments or products that provide mechanical exfoliation contain beads and crystals that work directly on the surface to slough off dead skin cells. Although the two types work differently, they both speed up cellular turnover and shed dead skin cells to reveal healthy and younger looking skin. To exfoliate your neck and fact at home, look for skincare products that mimic the action of popular spa treatments such as a glycolic peel or microdermabrasion. Although the exfoliation treatments will not be as strong as those perform at the medical spa, these do-it-yourself options are still excellent way to gradually fade wrinkles. These at-home face and neck exfoliating product contain aluminum oxide crystals which are used in clinical microdermabrasion treatments. These crystals are extremely fine and like sharp apricot or walnut shells and therefore lift dirt and dead cells without damaging healthy and living cells. Pair these exfoliating treatment with the daily use of retinol, the gold standard in combinate, combating lines and wrinkles and a line-free face and neck will be in your future. Again, I'm Sandra Oulmas and thank you for watching how to exfoliate wrinkles on the face and neck.


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