The A-List Beauty Exfoliating Cloth is made using plant fibres and gently cleanses away dead skin cells to rejuvenate dull-looking skin. Every day, your body sheds around 30,000 to 40,000 dead skin cells. That’s a lot of dead cells clogging up your pores. Our exfoliating cloth helps you get the most out of your body wash and leaves your skin feeling soft to the touch.
You can also use the cloth by itself for a full-body cleanse. It’s the perfect first step to use before waxing or shaving, as it can help you remove stubborn hairs with ease. The cloth can keep your skin feeling smooth between waxing sessions. Regularly exfoliating your skin before shaving can also prevent ingrown hairs.
An exfoliating cloth can help you scrub hard to reach areas, including your back. Exfoliating should be the first step of your hair removal routine as it helps cleanse your skin of dead skin cells to achieve a close shave. You can use this cloth to help treat body acne by removing impurities from your pores.
Exfoliating can help your skin absorb the active ingredients in your skincare products to give you ultimate results. Our exfoliating cloth can double as a two-in-one to help you in preparation and removal of fake tan. The cloth is biodegradable and reusable, making it friendly for both your skin and the planet.
How to Use:
- Start by applying your body wash directly onto the exfoliating cloth with a little water to create a lather.
- Make sure to rub the cloth against your skin in circular motions to help stimulate cell production and circulation.
- The cloth is long enough for you to hold on both sides while exfoliating large surface areas like your back.
- When you’ve finished exfoliating, don’t forget to finish your routine with a body oil to close your pores and hydrate your skin.
- Our exfoliating cloth is reusable and should be washed regularly. You can clean the cloth between uses by rinsing it with warm water and squeezing out excess water before air-drying.
- You can add the exfoliating cloth to a machine wash with your regular towels on a 30 degrees cycle. It’s natural for the black dye to run a little the first time you wash your cloth (just like your favourite jeans!).