New Body Scrub Added To SmitCo LLC's Product List

Belton, Missouri (PressExposure) July 16, 2013 -- Are you tired of your dull and tired looking skin? When winter ends and the weather starts to warm up, people must prepare to show off a lot more skin. Part of getting prepared for baring skin in the summer means undergoing a proper exfoliating regimen. Smitco LLC has announced new exfoliating gloves that have been created to do a wonderful job at removing dead skin cells, leaving people with smooth skin that feels silky soft.

Remove Dead Skin with Ease

It is common knowledge that skin cells live for only about 28 days at which time they die and are shed, which leaves them sitting on your body, leaving it looking dull and lifeless - not a pleasure to look at and a nightmare to apply quick tan to.

These new exfoliating gloves makes it easy to remove dead skin. They are designed to be worn in the shower or bath with your favorite shower gel or body wash. The gloves will not only increase the lather but will also moisturize your skin.

Instead of using a regular wash cloth for cleansing while taking a shower or bath, people can use these gloves as an exfoliating body scrub and wash cloth in one. Cleansing and exfoliating in one - saving time and feeling healthier at the same time.

The gloves come 4 in a pack in assorted colors and are made of spa quality nylon with a textured surface to effectively remove the dull looking dead skin cells. The price is very reasonable and the gloves can be put in the clothes washer and dryer after use.


Make sure to always moisturize your skin after exfoliation because the protective layer that lock in moisture in the skin can or will be removed during exfoliation. To keep that natural glow, make sure to moisturize every time you exfoliate.

You can even consider using a moisturizer containing alpha or beta hydroxy acids to further exfoliate the skin but it is not really necessary when you use the exfoliating gloves.

Please remember to exfoliate before applying instant, fake or tan-in-a-can. The rough and uneven texture of the skin before exfoliating will result in a blotchy or stripy looking tan.

Press Release Submitted On: July 16, 2013 at 2:34 pm
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