Everything you need to know about an at-home face peel treatment
I always feel like I’m one step closer to Korean “glass skin” (aka luminous, clear skin) after getting a professional chemical peel in a beauty salon. The last time I got one was after having a baby and my skin was looking extremely tired and dull. The peel worked wonders. That dead layer of skin that had been lingering for months was finally stripped away. My complexion instantly looked brighter and more even-toned. But the downfall of getting regular in-salon peels can be the expense. So when Dr.Lewinn’s Reversaderm Corrective Skin Peel came across my desk, I was excited to know it could lift dead skin cells without me having to fork out hundreds a year.
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Containing 15% alpha hydroxy acid complex of glycolic, lactic and mandelic acids Dr.Lewinn’s Reversaderm Corrective Skin Peel works to resurface the upper skin layer, remove dead skin cells, unclog pores and help to diminish skin imperfections.
I’ve been using it for a couple of months now and I’m addicted. I can’t get enough of it. After cleansing and applying eye cream at night, I used one pump all over my face. It can give a tingling feeling if you apply it to pimples, but for me, it didn’t make them any worse. It actually felt like it’s created a protective barrier over my face. The texture of my skin instantly felt much smoother, especially around my nose area where blackheads tend to appear. On that topic, it’s great for clearing out blackheads. I still get a few, but my pores have been much clearer since using the Peel. Once you’ve applied it you can go about the rest of your skin care routine without having to wash it off. It’s so easy to use.
But the beauty of this Peel is you only have to use it twice a week to reap the benefits. It’s the one beauty product I’ll never skip again.
More peels to try: DMK Micro Peel, Kiehl’s Overnight Biological Peel, Ella Bache Resurfacing Peel, philosophy microdelivery detoxifying oxygen peel, John Plunkett Skincare Essentials Glyco Peel, DermaE Essential Overnight Peel
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