What's With Your Epidermis?
Your epidermis is the top layer of your skin. It's what the world sees on the surface. Caring for it today will yield benefits tomorrow because new cells are forming at the bottom layer of the epidermis and rising to the top layer every 20 days.
Besides looking good (with the right care), your epidermis protects your skin from harm, keeps your body hydrated, produces new skin cells and contains melanin which determines the color of your skin. With respect to new skin cells, a healthy cell turnover rate in the epidermis is important for lovely skin that looks hydrated and healthy.
Just like your hair needs a cut to fight split ends and just like your nails need filing, your epidermis needs chemical exfoliation to slough away debris and dead cells. As we age, the turnover slows down and our skin can become dry, flaky and dull. To gently speed up the process, Chemical exfoliants dissolve the dead cells and oils that can make skin look dulls. Products such as KenetMD m/Power Wash, Tresfoliating Pads contain AHA's to brighten skin and smooth its texture. With regular use, your epidermis will be noticed for all the right reasons.