How to glow My C Glow
For first time use, hand wash thoroughly with hot water. Soften your beautiful skin by taking a hot steamy shower or bath for 5-10 minutes. The softer your skin, the more it will peel.
Wet the glove, squeeze out any excess water and place your hand inside. Remove your body from the water, firmly glide the glove up and down to peel away the dead skin and any impurities. Give extra attention to areas you feel may need a little more lovin’. Do not use soap or oils.
Rinse your body and allow any self doubts to go down the drain, along with a whole lot of dead skin. Let the glow begin.
- Peeling may not occur if skin is excessively wet or hairy.
- Avoid open cuts, flaring acne or sunburnt skin.
- Be gentle on your face and sensitive areas.
- Exfoliate once a week.
- Skin must be completely clean of residue from bath bombs, soaks or bubbles.
- Your skin may not visibly peel every time, don’t worry you will still glow.
- It is recommended by health professionals to replace your glove every 6-8 weeks to avoid a build up of bacteria.
How to glow My C Glow Facial glove
For first time use, hand wash thoroughly with hot water. Soften your beautiful face for 5-10 minutes. The softer your skin, the more it will peel.
Wet the glove, squeeze out any excess water and place your finger inside. The glove is Large enough for 2-3 fingers.
Wet Facial glove and gently sweep it up from bottom of neck, under your chin, around mouth and up to your forehead. Begin gently and pay attention to how your skin responds.
Don’t apply it on the same area repeatedly to prevent irritation.
Do not use soap or oils.
Rinse your face and allow any self doubts to go down the drain, along with a whole lot of dead skin. Let the glow begin.
- Suggested frequency of use every 10 days
- Follow with Argan oil for the ultimate in hydration and softening.
How to use Argan oil
A few drops of Argan oil are sufficient for daily skin care. Since our skin is particularly receptive to nutrients and care substances at night, it is advisable to apply the Argan oil to the desired skin area and massage it in before going to sleep.
How to use Jojoba oil
The oil is ideal for daily skin care:
As a moisturizer, you can add a few drops of your day cream with the oil or you can use the jojoba oil directly on the skin: To do this, you should first moisten the skin with a facial toner and then massage in the oil (max. 6 drops) and let it soak in.
As a make-up remover, massage a few drops of the vegetable oil into your skin and then clean the face with a cotton pad. Then wash your face thoroughly with a washcloth.
To prevent stretch marks or alleviate existing ones, you should massage the oil into the skin regularly. In combination with almond oil, it is also an effective means of preventing stretch marks.
Mix the jojoba oil with shea butter for use on neurodermatitis, psoriasis and cradle cap.
As a remedy for calluses, you apply the jojoba oil directly to the affected areas.
The oil is also ideal as a massage oil!
Warning: Jojoba oil must not be used on open wounds!