7 beauty treatments for silky-smooth skin

  • Spa therapists can safely and professionally remove dead skin cells in a variety of ways. 

  • Many Korean day spas offer a body scrub where they use exfoliating mitts to scrub off the dead skin.

  • Other treatments include a seaweed massage, a tightening enzyme body mask, and a Dead Sea mud mask.

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Narrator: Here are seven professional body treatments that can help you achieve silky-smooth skin.

You can try a full-body scrub to get rid of dead skin, like this one offered at Hugh Spa, a Korean day spa in Los Angeles. First, you soak in a hot tub to prep your skin for exfoliation. A spa therapist then uses a traditional Korean scrub mitt and technique to exfoliate dead skin cells off. They even can get hard-to-reach areas, like your back.

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