Letter from the Editor

April 2, 2012 at 6:39 pm 1 comment

Clean Up Your Act

It’s spring time … and you know what that means: time for some good ol’ spring cleaning. Despite the hard work this entails, getting rid of all the dust, clutter and grime is always so rewarding.

When it comes to your skin, the same rules apply. Now is the time to clear up your skin, slough away dead skin cells and amp up your skincare routine so you can reveal a more radiant, youthful complexion. This all starts with exfoliation, and when you incorporate gentle exfoliation into your daily or weekly routine, the rewards abound. You’ll notice a brighter, more luminous complexion and, believe it or not, a cleaner house.

Yes, you read right. Did you know that 70-90 percent of what we call household dust is really just the dead skin cells we’re constantly shedding? Gross but true, and by exfoliating we can reduce this dust significantly. And what’s more, research shows that each time you exfoliate, the removal of those layers actually triggers key communication with the skin cells below, sending them the message that it’s time to get up and get moving. In other words, the more you exfoliate, the quicker your overall skin cell renewal cycle will be and, ultimately, the more youthful and radiant your skin will look.

Tune in to Derm RF this month to get your skin up to speed with the best and most effective ways to exfoliate away the dusty skin clutter so you can spring into spring with brand new skin. From unmasking exfoliation myths to offering you a chance to win skincare prizes, April is all about revealing a brand new you.


Your Derm RF Team

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  • 1. Melissa McGrath  |  April 5, 2012 at 5:46 am

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