7 Little Known Benefits

Exfoliation is undoubtedly one of the best ways to keep your skin looking young and radiant. It's fast, easy and effective - and doing it regularly can do wonders to how you look and feel about yourself. It's a very important component of just about every beauty treatment. It rejuvenates your skin, removes dead skin cells and waste buildup that happens everyday, and exposes the smoother layer of skin that lies underneath.

It is also a good way to remove a tan. And in case your skin has become dull, coarse and rough due to exposure to the sun and pollutants, exfoliation will remove the coarse layer, revealing the radiant, youthful layer underneath.

But there's one problem with this - exfoliation is not easy for people with really sensitive skin.

You see, some of the traditional exfoliants - like ground up seeds, body scrubs and more - are simply unsuitable for people with sensitive skin. While these are great for people with normal skin, someone with sensitive skin can end up badly irritating their skin if they exfoliate using substances like these.

Which is why you will want to try a sugar scrub if you have sensitive skin. It's possibly the gentlest of all body scrubs, and absolutely fantastic for someone with extremely sensitive skin.

Here's How A Sugar Scrub Works ...

As you lay flat on your stomach on a heated Turkish hamam table covered with a sheet, your therapist gently and skillfully rubs a carefully blended mixture of exotic essential oils and sugar on your skin, starting typically with the back.

This mixture of sugar and essential oils does a whole lot of good to your enhance your physial and emotional wellbeing ...

1. It detoxifies

2. Facilitates lymphatic drainage

3. Improves your circulation

4. Supply much needed nutrients to your skin cells

5. Eliminate free radicals

6. Reduce muscle and joint aches

7. Improves digestion

8. Last but not least, it exfoliates your skin

So in addition to exfoliation, a lot of good things are happening to your body in this process .

Once the therapist is done applying this mixture to your back, you turn over and the mixture is gently rubbed over the rest of your body.

After trhe therapist is done with the process, you'll take a shower to rinse the sugar off your body. But do not use soap or shower gel - you want to have the essential oils on your skin for at least a few hours.

A sugar scrub is usually a precursor to a massage or a seaweed body wrap. The essential oils and sugar used in a sugar scrub exfoliate your skin, improve circulation in your skin and prepare you for a massage or a seaweed body wrap.

Combining a sugar scrub with a massage would be a wonderful thing to do. While the scugar scrub is stimulating, the massage is soothing and calming. And a massage has a host of other benefits as well.