How to Remove Dead Skin Cells

How to Remove Dead Skin Cells                          

There are many reasons behind the buildup of dead skin cells on the face and on the body in general. Some of the causes include but not limited to hot water, harsh soap and harsh weather conditions. The removal of dead skin cells is needed from the epidermis to reveal a fresh skin with natural shine and glow. Scrubbing is the best way to get rid of the unwanted cells but it is not a must to spend a fortune getting the highly priced products. You can make your own home remedies for exfoliation that will work as good as the commercial products and in some cases better. Here is how to remove dead skin cells at home:

Baking Soda

Baking soda is a great ingredient that you can use in removing the unwanted dead skin cells. You should mix the baking powder with some water and apply it on the skin. The mixture will get rid of the dead cells without necessarily causing any dryness. Rinse your skin well and moisturize it with your preferred moisturizer.
Papaya
papaya
Papaya is another great dead skin cell remover. You need to peal the fruit and mash it. Apply the mashed pawpaw (papaya) on your skin and let it stay for a while. Rinse your skin with clean water. Doing this regularly will completely get rid of the dead cells and leave your skin glowing and soft.
Table salt and Tooth Paste

By mixing tooth paste and salt, you will create a good scrubbing agent that will prove beneficial in removing dead skin cells as well as any black heads on the nose.

Yogurt
Yogurt
Lactic acid is one of the components of yogurt. This acid is effective in getting rid of the dead cells on your skin. Apply yogurt on the affected area and leave it for about 15 minutes. Rinse your skin with lukewarm water to revel a smoother fresher skin.

Egg White

Egg white has been termed as one of the best agents in removing dead skin cells. Remove the egg white from the egg and apply it on your skin with tissue paper leaving it there. When dry, you should be able to peel off the tissue paper which will come off with all the dead cells.
Oatmeal and honey paste

Mix honey with oatmeal and water to create a thick paste. Apply the paste on the affected area using your hand and leave it on the skin for about 30 minutes. Rinse it off with warm water and the dead skin cells will be gone.

Dry Brush

This is the easiest and fasted way to get rid of the dead cells accumulating on your skin. When in the shower use a soft bristled brush, preferably natural, on your skin. Do not apply too much pressure and avoid areas with broken or thin skin.

Find the best methods on how to remove dead skin cells at home. Keep in mind that over exfoliation might be harmful to your skin which means you should remove the dead skin cells once in a while to get a smoother and fresher skin.