We all want to avoid dry, dull, and flaky skin, and the way to soft skin begins with exfoliating. Exfoliating rubs away dead skin cells, leaving a new fresh layer of skin behind; the process does occur naturally, but it takes 28 to 45 days for the skin to complete one cycle of cell turnover, so it's better to speed things up yourself.
You can get rid of a shocking "10 to 30 layers of dead skin cells" with each exfoliating session (per WebMD), and one of the best ways to do it is with a glove, which is a physical exfoliating tool. Dr. Purvisha Patel told Good Housekeeping that gloves "should be used in the shower with soap and warm water."
Not only does the exfoliating glove get rid of dead skin cells, but when paired with a nourishing body wash, it instantly delivers moisture back into your skin. The motions you make while using the joke also massage lymph fluid, to keep your circulation flowing and ward off ingrown hairs, such as those on your bikini line.