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Exfoliation

Debbie Miller June 25, 2015

Gently rubbing the skin in circular motions with a salt scrub removes dead skin cells in a process known as exfoliation. Oklahoma State University explains that dead skin cells, also known as cornified cells, harden with age.

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Invigoration and Cleansing

Debbie Miller

The abrasive action associated with salt scrubs invigorates the skin and helps to improve circulation. Improved circulation gives the skin a natural glow. Scrubbing with salt also helps to remove bacteria from the skin and unclog pores.

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Regeneration

Debbie Miller

Gently rubbing the skin in circular motions with a salt scrub removes dead skin cells in a process known as exfoliation. Oklahoma State University explains that dead skin cells, also known as cornified cells, harden with age.