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exfoliateExfoliating one’s skin is very important. Our body does its share of naturally shedding the outermost layer of dead skin cells. However, the process slows down as we grow in age. Another case where you may want to exfoliate your skin to get rid of one’s tan or to sort out uneven skin. No matter what the reason is, exfoliating one’s skin is part of a well-rounded skin care regimen.

In order to get a great exfoliating experience, once has to make use of the right tools for the job. Normally, we’d have cleansers and other synthetic buffers to help us out on getting rid of the layer of dead skin cells. However, these materials can cause some harm to our body or to the environment. Thus, a good alternative would be to rely on more natural options of exfoliating.

Thankfully, there are the Thermalabs natural exfoliating gloves which are crafted with these materials:

Loofah is a very common choice to being a natural exfoliator. It is harvested and eaten as a young vegetable while the ripe ones are made for body scrubbing. Exfoliating gloves made out from loofah are ideal to scrubbing one’s tan away as well as sorting out dry skin. An important tip to note is to dry the loofah in a ventilated area to avoid bacteria from festering on it.

Bamboo is also a very good material for an exfoliating glove. It is soft, high-absorbent but very resilient thus can be made into a glove. Normally, you’d consider the bamboo fibers to be too abrasive to one’s skin which isn’t true. In fact, bamboo provides more value in moisture absorption than cotton.

Sisal is an uncommon name but it is one of the best materials to use for a natural exfoliating glove. Its an agave plant that originated in Mexico but has since garnered fame due to how durable and elastic it can be. This material is more coarse than the previous two but provides a thorough cleansing without harming the skin.

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