Friday, April 21, 2017

Exuviance Triple Microdermabrasion Face Polish | Demo & Review

I love skin care. Can you tell?! Specially mask and exfoliators. When I use exfoliators I feel like I am getting rid of so much dirt and black heads, dead skin and what not. Depending on the product, exfoliators help maintain a healthy, brighter, cleaner skin.

My new Exuviance Triple Microdermabrasion Face Polish, gets the job done and more!. It contains papaya enzymes which is an excellent source of Vitamin A and it's used to remove dead skin cells, glycolic acid which is used to improve the skin's appearance and texture and professional Grade Crystals to smooth the skin. I have oily skin and redness, this product is suitable for normal, combination skins, oily, acne-prone and early ageing fine lines as well as mature, sun damaged skins.
The exfoliator has a papaya looking, pasty consistency. It has a soft scent, I can't quite figure out but, it's not a bad one and it doesn't linger so, it's good. You can't see the crystals but you can feel them while massaging.
I just applied a little bit of the product on damp face, let it sit for a minute or two and then gently massage my face and neck. The exfoliator feels really gentle on my skin, it's not harsh or aggressive but at the same time you can feel it working, removing dirt, cleaning, penetrating. It's awesome. Then I rinsed with warm water and Voila!!
I like the result because... My face looks visibly brighter, feels soft and really moisturized and it has this nice, subtle, healthy glow. Momma likes!!! This product reminds me a lot of the "Dr. Brant Microdermabrasion Age Defying Exfoliator" only difference is that one smells like grapefruit and leaves your skin feeling refreshed and that's it. It's a great product don't get me wrong. But I like this one better!

Let me know what you think on the comments below. For more information on the product you can click HERE. And, until next time peeps. God bless.

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I got this product complimentary for testing purposes and review. All opinions are my own.

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