The best exfoliating soaps

Peeling, like exfoliation, does not mean peeling or peeling off. An exfoliation or exfoliation scrub is nothing more than the removal of the oldest, topmost layer of skin, which is made up of dead skin cells. These dead skin cells should be removed as they act as a barrier, closing the surface of the skin like a barrier and clogging the pores.

Exfoliating removes this barrier from the skin and enables moisturizing skin care products to penetrate deeply and effectively into the skin and renew it. Human skin also renews itself naturally, but the older you get, the more this ability decreases. But you can also support the skin in the regeneration process.

Basically, three methods of skin peeling are used.

1. Mechanical skin peeling
With this method, the top layer of skin is removed by external action with the aid of tools or abrasive materials. These materials are mixed into gels and lotions and then applied with sponges, loofahs or brushes.

2. Chemical skin peeling
There is no physical removal process here, instead products are used that contain acids or enzymes that gently dissolve the top layer of skin and can then be washed off.

As always, there is both a light and a dark side to both methods. Ultimately, the user, or rather, the user's skin, decides which method shows the best effect and is the most compatible. If the time until a clear result is also a criterion, one should seek professional advice from a beautician or dermatologist before using chemicals or harsh manual treatment.

3. Exfoliate with soap
A mixture of the two previously described methods was created with the exfoliating soaps. The soaps combine both aspects in one and contain chemical and mechanical components to remove the top layer of skin. Exfoliating soaps all look similar to other bars of soap. But they may contain completely different ingredients. It is therefore an advantage to read the product description carefully and not just concentrate on the promised effect of the soap.

If you choose a soap of inferior quality or with an active ingredient that your own skin cannot tolerate, the results are also corresponding or lead to a rash. Information, advice from specialists and the comparison of different products help to avoid such errors.

Makari's peeling soaps contain high quality ingredients and are therefore well tolerated.

Here is an excerpt from the list of ingredients and their effects:

Carrot oil:
Smoothing of the skin and antioxidant protection

Apricot extract:
nourishes and regenerates the skin and slows down the effects of skin aging

Shea butter:
soothes and soothes itchy, dry or irritated skin

Vitamin C

Vitamin E

Vegeclairin:
Plant-based, non-chemical, proprietary blend skin lightening

Organic Larine:
Promotes uniform skin tone based on a proprietary natural component 

Most exfoliating soaps use mechanical means such as microbeads to exfoliate the skin. The microbeads are made of plastic, polyethylene and other plastics. These mechanical applications can be quite rough on the skin and are not recommended for all areas of the body. Dry heels or elbows are more the area of ​​application here than the face or other sensitive skin areas.

Another reason that should not be ignored is the protection of the environment. The microbeads and mechanical peelings end up in the wastewater after treatment and thus pollute the environment, as most of them are not biodegradable. Most of the leading cosmetic product manufacturers have agreed to use more natural ingredients in their products.

For these reasons too, some of the Makari scrub bar soaps also use:

Apricot Seed Extract:
Firms, tones and nourishes the skin 

Exfoliating soap bars for all skin types
In general, peelings are not only suitable for dry skin. They can be used for any skin type - oily, dry, or normal skin. You only have to be careful with sensitive skin and in order not to irritate the skin even more, you should refrain from peeling.

People with blotchy skin can use exfoliating soaps for even skin color.

You should not only attach importance to the high-quality ingredients of the soaps, the use of the soaps must also not be ignored. It should be ensured that the recommendations for use are followed, because the application differs for the different products and different ingredients. Not all products are equally strong and they also differ in terms of use and frequency of use.

Below are Makari's best exfoliating soaps, plus a bonus list of a great soap to use in the battle against acne. Exclusive active intensive peeling soap

Exclusive Active Intense Exfoliating Soap Bar
This soap cleanses imperfections, exfoliates dull or dead skin, and reveals glowing skin through a phase-in-process (meaning changes are gradual).
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Extreme Active Intense Exfoliating Soap Bar
This bar of soap detoxifies and removes impurities, exfoliates dull or dead skin, moisturizes and smooths the skin, revealing a glowing skin tone.
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Brightening Exfoliating Soap Bar
This soap gently removes dull skin, removes impurities, improves skin structure, smooths the complexion for a flawless appearance and revitalizes the skin's natural radiance.
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Sulfur Acnyl Soap Bar
This soap fights acne and pimples, detoxifies the pores and controls the oil production of the skin so that it becomes fresh and clean.
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Here are a few more tips for the best use of exfoliating soap bars:

Be gentle!
Massage gently in circular motions and rinse off the skin. Do not exfoliate if you have open cuts or wounds on your skin.

Pay attention to the schedule
Stick to the recommended schedule based on the product you are using and your skin type. Be careful not to exfoliate too much.

Follow-up application
Then use a good quality moisturizer, toning gel (for the face) or a body oil (for the body).

It's an open secret that regular exfoliation is essential for healthy and glowing skin.