Warm weather is on its way and it’s time to slough off the effects of winter!
Give your skin new life and healthy glow with a body scrub for summer.
A body scrub can go a long way in restoring your skin’s luster.
Here are five reasons to get a body scrub.
1. Removes Dead Skin Cells
There are plenty of products and services that can improve the look and feel of your skin. However, a body scrub goes beyond surface level to remove dead skin and reveal the healthy, glowing skin below. The skin is exfoliated, working through the rough layer and bringing out your softer skin below.
2. Refreshes Your Appearance To Increase Confidence
As the dead skin cells are removed, rough looking skin and impurities are removed along with them. Those who are experiencing skin discoloration as a result of tanning or blemishes often find that body scrubs serve as a solution.
When your skin looks and feels great, your confidence will often instantly improve. You’ll leave your spa treatment looking and feeling your best.
3. Promotes Skin Hydration
After receiving a body scrub, your skin will be able to better absorb moisturizers. Moisturizing after a scrub will leave your skin feeling soft and supple. The change will be instantly noticeable and will continue to improve as you moisturize daily.
4. Clears Blemishes
Body scrubs don’t just make your skin look and feel fantastic – they also improve the health of your skin. When dead skin builds up, it can clog pores and cause blemishes to appear on the surface of your skin. Exfoliating the skin and removing that dead skin often lessens the frequency of body acne.
5. Reduces Stress
The body scrub experience, along with a massage and facial, is a great way to relax and release stress. The calming spa experience helps your mind and body recover from a long winter and prepare for the season ahead.
Spring is a time of renewal, and what better way to celebrate than by enjoying a refreshing visit to the luxury spa at Proffer Surgical? Ask about our Spring Into Beauty Package to enjoy healthy, beautiful skin.
Article Source: Dr Poffer
Dr. Patrick Proffer on September 7, 2017