This traditional exfoliating mitten known as "kese" (made from Natural material) of Turkish Bath rituals is a practical tool to scrub off dead skin, enhancing blood flow on the surface of the skin helping cellulitis and keratosis. Refreshening up by opening your pores once you have scrubbed and washed away the dead skin, you will get a lot more hydration and minerals through your showers and baths.
Directions: Wet your body with warm water, and scrub your skin with patience until you can see dead skin coming off. Do not use soap or showers gels. This is done purely with water. Rinse away the dead skin and use natural soap to wash your body. Once you are done, pat your skin dry with a towel and massage some natural body oil on to your skin to keep the hydration from escaping.
Do not hurt yourself, if it hurts then you are not doing it right.
Your mitt can also be used for gentle dry brushing before your shower. stroke your skin with your dry mitten, before your bath, to enable your porest to open up and release toxins and collect minerals of your bath soak .