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Re: do gentlemen exfoliate?

Posted: Fri Sep 13, 2019 6:16 pm
by FireDragon76
Once in a while I find it's necessary. Until you've experienced it regularly, it's hard to qualify the benefit.

Also, if you have acne, it can be useful.

I just use a buff pad, they are very scratchy, and soap and water (I use cetaphil, mostly because I have drier hands and wash them alot).


Posted: Sun Sep 15, 2019 2:57 pm
by John Rose
For most people, just a terry wash cloth and a bar of soap should do it, especially if you shave after a shower.

Exfoliation + shaving = "dermaplaning".
bernards66 wrote: Mon Mar 23, 2009 10:25 pm Option #2. 'Exfoliation' products, like 'toners' are just things cooked up by the cosmetics industry so that they can sell you more products. A classic shave is more than enough 'exfoliation' for that part of your face, thank you, ...
Don't forget all the microplastics in puts into the ecosystem. For instance, some Nivea products have what they call "MICRO TEC (Vitamin F and high tec polymers)".