First of all, it helps to eliminate the dead cells, dirt and body secretions.
After exfoliation, your new skin will be revealed, which was earlier hidden beneath this upper layer.
It not only removes the impurities from your skin, but also get rid of problems like infected ingrown hair, pimples, skin infections, etc.
Moreover, this also helps reduce wrinkles and increases circulation, which brings vital nutrients to the skin and helps to eliminate body waste while we are massaging it.
So, all these benefits together help to regenerate the skin.
Exfoliating dead skin cells is important for smooth, radiant, healthy skin. However, exfoliating too much or too aggressively can damage the epidermis, causing inflammation to the skin.
A good regimen would include two-three times a week for oily skin types and no more than once a week for sensitive, dry skin.