Bath Spa Product

Written by Anmy Leuthold
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Start taking care of your skin now, by finding the right bath spa product for you. Your skin may not be as supple and smooth as it once was, after the stresses of daily living and the years of exposure to the sun. Age spots may be popping up on your face and hands, laugh lines may be etched around the corners of your mouth, and wrinkles may be forming around your eyes. Fortunately, you can fight the signs of aging! Today, there is a wide assortment of home spa treatments you can choose from to help eliminate skin damage and slow down the aging process.

Did you know that your skin is actually your body's largest organ? This organ is exposed day in and day out to the sun, wind, and pollution, because it just so happens to be on the outside of your body. The incredible complexity of your skin is demonstrated by the fact that one square inch, the size of a postage stamp, contains approximately 9,500,000 cells, 100 oil glands, 65 hairs, 650 sweat glands, 19 feet of blood vessels, 78 yards of nerves, 19,500 sensory cells, 1300 pain receptors, 165 pressure receptors, 78 heat receptors, and 12 cold receptors. If you perform the right steps and do everything you can to take care of your skin, on a regular basis, your skin will last a lifetime.

Exfoliating Bath Spa Product for Your Skin

Many women spend a large amount of time caring for their faces, but entirely forget about their bodies below the neck. Don't forget that caring for your body is just as important as caring for your face. Many areas of the body, such as legs and arms, have a lower concentration of oil glands compared to the face, and so are more susceptible to dryness. In general, body skin tends to be thicker than facial skin, and will thus respond best to a bath spa product that is specifically designed to meet its needs.

The need to exfoliate varies with time of year and skin type. A universal principle is to exfoliate dry, sensitive skin twice weekly, while oily skin can only stand a three times a week routine. Exfoliants can be used daily in areas of the body where the skin is very thick, such as the soles of the feet and elbows. Using your hands to exfoliate will offer the best level of control. An exfoliating cloth or a washcloth is the ideal bath spa product to use on your skin, but don't scrub too hard or an irritation will occur.


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