Safe to say I got a little overexcited last weekend. For the first time in forever I had two entire days of back to back "gatherings". But the way I applied them I needed a fix, and I needed it expeditiously. Image: Supplied. I was sceptical, but intrigued.
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Skip navigation! Story from Beauty. Plenty of people have a tendency to think that if a skin-care product makes your face feel like it's on fire, then it's working. And if it leaves a tingling feeling afterwards and a flushed, irritated face, then it must be really working. Because we love you and care about your skin, we're here to tell you that that's wrong, and that your skin care really shouldn't be leaving you will full-blown lobster face.
Our face is usually one of the first people see of us, and sadly, quite often judge you on. I wanted to use the peel to help exfoliate my skin, reduce scars, hyperpigmentation, and even out my skin tone. I have used acids before in the form of salicylic and glycolic acid and my skin had definitely built up a tolerance over the years. This time was different. It was a Saturday night and I used the peeling solution after cleansing my face.
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