Whats the difference between thin beads and thick beads? Are they really the same? Is there really a difference? Does it really matter?
It so does matter which exfoliator you use. Let me explain the differences.
Thin beads are designed to be used every day. They only scratch the surface. So, it isn’t a deep scrub, or deep cleaning into the pores. It’s actually really good for dry skin. Dry skin doesn’t contain a whole lot of moisture, so it doesn’t need a deep clean. In fact, it could actually cause more harm than good. Thin beads does remove dead skin…from the surface.
Thick beads are excellent for a deep clean of the pores. It removes dead skin, not just on the surface, but also right in the pores to remove dirt and excess oil. This allows prevents any excess oil from clogging your pores, which causes blemishes. So, thick beaded exfoliator is excellent for oily skin. Use this exfoliator two to three times a week.
Sensitive skin can use either or. I have. It isn’t about which skin condition you have, but which skin type you have. The same goes for dehydrated skin.
I’m Stacey Hobbs, thank you for reading. Until next time!