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Hanalei Company is spilling the tea and bringing you 6 ways to detoxify your skin. When it comes to getting your skin looking its very best, there are plenty of ways you can help it out. One of the best ways, though is to detoxify, or cleanse it of anything that can cause it harm or make it look, feel, or be less than perfect! There are tons of great ways to detox your skin, but here are our 6 favorites over at Hanalei, where a big part of the island love is self-love.
Exfoliating is one of the best ways to detox your skin. Exfoliating is the process of removing dry and dead skin so that you can make room for moisture, vitamins, and all the good stuff your skin actually needs. And at Hanalei, we’ve made it possible to do this detox for your entire body so that you feel oh so good in your skin in no time.
Our Sugar Body Scrub uses Maui cane sugar and Hawaiian kukui oil to scrub that dead skin away and replace it with much-needed moisture. Our Sugar Lip Scrub works similarly, moisturizing with shea butter rather than kukui oil for kissably soft lips. For your face, try the Papaya Enzyme Powder Face Cleanser, which brightens and exfoliates skin by buffing away the dead skin and allowing for vitamins A and C to come in and do their job. You’ll also gain moisture from Hawaiian Noni, so that you can feel and look your best with newly exfoliated skin.
Steaming is a natural detox, and facial steaming is one of the best ways to cleanse your skin of all the nasties and get it ready to look its best. But don’t worry, you don’t need a spa day to steam—you can do it yourself in your own home. Steaming can help your body experience better perspiration, which allows you to gain a healthy glow, and it also hydrates your skin so that your favorite moisturizer can better benefit your skin. To create DIY facial steam at home, simply heat some water and put it in a glass bowl. Add your favorite beneficial herbs to the mix, and lean over the steaming bowl with a towel over your head to create your own personal steam tent. This will allow the steam to really get into your skin and help it feel amazing.
Letting your skin breathe is one of the best ways to detoxify. While makeup does a great job of helping you look your best, sometimes it also does a great job of clogging your pores. Going a whole day without makeup every once in a while will allow your skin to breathe, which will make it look and feel healthier for the next time you do choose to sport your favorite look.
Face sheet masks are increasingly popular these days, and the best one for detoxing is our Lychee Face Sheet Mask. These masks are meant for soothing, and are infused with natural Hawaiian noni, which is perfect for adding moisture and anti-aging benefits to your detox routine.
A fantastic way to detox your skin is to start at the source of all health—your diet! Eating plenty of fruits and veggies while drinking plenty of water is a perfect way to put the good stuff into your body and get
the bad stuff out. Your body will naturally flush out anything it doesn’t want, and when you’re feeding it plenty of nutrients, that will happen faster and easier than ever!
Our Charcoal Powder Face Cleanser is something that should be in everyone’s detoxing routine. Charcoal is a natural detoxifier and can help to purify your skin as you wash it. Simply cleansing with this face wash will exfoliate, purify, and detox your skin of anything that may harm it for a deep clean that lasts!
Detoxifying your skin is a great way to help it look and feel its best, and with plenty of natural ways to do it, you’ll be sure to find one (or six!) that works for you. Detoxing simply removes the bad stuff from your skin to make room for the good stuff, and when it comes to taking good care of your skin, who wouldn’t want all the good stuff they can get?
About the author:
Halle Homel is currently based in Southern California, where she spends her time with her family and dog, Josey when she’s not traveling. She spends her free time exploring new places, practicing yoga, and working on her blog, Halle’s Wandering Soul. Follow her on Instagram @halleswanderingsoul