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Skin Care Tip: Exfoliating with hair conditioner


submitted by Roberta Lewis, chicago, IL USA

About 15 years ago I accidently applied an Aubrey hair conditioner GBP on my legs instead of the Aubrey moisterizing I usually used. A few minutes later as I was smotthing it into my skin I noticed large flakes of the cream conditioner exfoliating (with my skin) from my legs.

Ever since, I've used this GBP conditioner TO EXFOLIATE THE SKIN ON MY FACE AND has only natural chemicals..and also no pieces of 'scrubby' kind of things like almonds or corn meal...which have always irritated my sensitive skin.

I apply it to the area of my body needing exfoliation...let it 'set' or dry a little and gently rub till it flakes off with my dead skin. I keep on applying it till there is no more dead skin to remove. The more often you exfoliate the less dead skin each time!

I usually put a few pieces of paper towel in the skin basin cause the residue is oily and it is easier to clean up that way.

The results are incredible. Bright, clean, vibrant, clear skin.


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