For the third step use a gentle enzyme or bead-based exfoliator twice a week to remove the dead skin cells. This will restore luminance to your complexion and unblock pores, enabling key product ingredient absorption.


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Revitalize Your Skin with Seoul of Tokyo’s Exfoliators

Discover Effective Exfoliation

Explore our range of Korean and Japanese exfoliators at Seoul of Tokyo. We offer products for every skin need, ensuring fresher and more vibrant skin.

Wide Range for Your Needs

Our diverse exfoliators are crafted to gently remove dead cells and unclog pores, enhancing your skin’s natural shine. Choose from chemical exfoliants with AHAs and BHAs, or physical scrubs for that satisfying clean.

Innovative Skincare Solutions

Experience improved skin texture and reduced breakouts with regular use. Our exfoliators also boost your skin’s ability to absorb other skincare products.

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Tailored for Every Skin Routine

An essential step in any skincare regime, our collection caters to your specific skin requirements.

Transform Your Skincare Experience

Delve into our collection for a noticeable change in your skincare routine. Enjoy seamless shopping, excellent service, and fast delivery with Seoul of Tokyo.

Choose our exfoliators for rejuvenated, healthy skin. Your skin deserves the best care.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Exfoliators:

What is an exfoliator and why should I use it?

An exfoliator is a skincare product designed to remove dead skin cells from the surface of your skin. Using an exfoliator can help revitalize your complexion, unclog pores, and enhance your skin’s ability to absorb other skincare products, leading to a fresher, more vibrant appearance.

How often should I use an exfoliator?

For most skin types, using a gentle exfoliator twice a week is recommended. This frequency can effectively remove dead skin cells and improve skin texture without over-irritating the skin. However, your specific skin type and the type of exfoliator used might adjust this recommendation.

What types of exfoliators does Seoul of Tokyo offer?

Seoul of Tokyo offers a wide range of Korean and Japanese exfoliators, including both chemical exfoliants with AHAs (Alpha Hydroxy Acids) and BHAs (Beta Hydroxy Acids) and physical scrubs. Our selection is crafted to suit various skin needs, ensuring everyone can find a product that gently yet effectively rejuvenates their skin.

Can exfoliating help with acne?

Yes, regular exfoliation can help reduce breakouts by removing dead skin cells that clog pores. Chemical exfoliants like AHAs and BHAs are particularly effective as they penetrate deeper into the skin, clearing out pores and reducing the formation of acne. However, it’s important to choose an exfoliator suitable for your skin type to avoid irritation.

Is there an exfoliator for sensitive skin?

Absolutely! Seoul of Tokyo offers exfoliators formulated specifically for sensitive skin. These products typically contain gentle exfoliating agents and are designed to minimize irritation while still providing the benefits of exfoliation. It’s essential to follow product instructions and perhaps start with less frequent use to see how your skin responds.

How do I choose the right exfoliator from Seoul of Tokyo?

Consider your skin type and any specific concerns you have, such as acne, dryness, or sensitivity. For sensitive or dry skin, opt for a gentle, hydrating exfoliator. If you have oily or acne-prone skin, look for products with BHAs. Our collection provides detailed information about each product to help you make the best choice for your skin.

Can exfoliators improve the effectiveness of other skincare products?

Yes, by removing the layer of dead skin cells, exfoliators can improve your skin’s absorbency for other products. This means that moisturizers, serums, and treatments can penetrate more deeply and work more effectively, leading to better overall skincare results.

What is the difference between chemical and physical exfoliators?

Chemical exfoliators use acids like AHAs and BHAs to dissolve and loosen dead skin cells, while physical exfoliators use small grains or beads to manually scrub away dead skin. Chemical exfoliants are often recommended for their ability to provide a deeper, more uniform exfoliation, especially for acne-prone or ageing skin. Physical scrubs can be great for those seeking a tactile feel of exfoliation but should be used gently to avoid skin damage.