You’re Scrubbing Your Skin
It’s important to exfoliate the skin on your body, but if you’re scrubbing your skin too harshly or too often, it can lead to irritation. Instead, decrease your exfoliation frequency to one to two times per week and take a light-handed approach to physical exfoliation or use a body wash with a chemical exfoliant like the Clarins exfoliating body scrub
Your Shower Tools Aren’t Clean
Loofahs, washcloths and razors can all harbor bacteria that can cause acne or infection. Change out these products regularly and try to keep them dry after use.
Your Soap Is Too Harsh
Another thing that can strip the skin of moisture? A harsh body cleanser. To avoid dryness and irritation and the feeling of tight skin, use a gentle, hydrating formula like CLARINS Tonic Bath & Shower Concentrate. Lightweight lather is gentle enough for even the most sensitive skin. Follow with Tonic Body Treatment Oil and Toning Body Balm for sensational firming results.
Your Water Is Too Hot
A hot shower feels great in the moment, but afterwards, it can cause dryness and itchiness on your skin. This is because hot water can strip the skin of essential oils and moisture. To keep your skin happy, turn the faucet down to lukewarm.
You’re Not Moisturizing Your Skin Right After the Shower
For best results, apply body lotion immediately after getting out of the shower. Applying it on damp skin will lock in that moisture and make skin feel smoother longer. We love the CLARINS Brightening Body Veil with SPF because It treats the body to enviably youthful skin: soft, comfortable, luminous and smooth.