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THE REVIEW : NEOGEN DERMALOGY BIO-PEEL GAUZE PEELING WINE

THE REVIEW : NEOGEN DERMATOLOGY BIO-PEEL GAUZE PEELING WINE , THE EXFOLIATOR


DIFFERENCE WITH PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL EXFOLIATORS

One of my favourite steps in my skincare routine is when I exfoliate. Now, there are a few different types of products for this step, including facial scrubs and peeling gels. This step gets rid of any dead skin cells for a smooth complexion. I JUST LOVE the idea of it. Like Goodbye dead skin cells and hello baby face!lol. Depending on the strength of your product of choice, there’s no need to scrub the entire face every night coz that’s excessive and may stress the skin so you can concentrate on the nose or acne-prone areas instead. A thin layer of clay mask to reduce pores or a nose pore pack to lift all those pesky little blackheads can be done in this step too. 

There’s like 2 types of Exfoliations: The Chemical ones like low percentage of gentle acids. They’re such a great option for people who have very sensitive skin so you can never really over-scrub. Common chemical exfoliators will have AHAs ( Alpha Hydroxy Acids) or BHAs ( Beta Hydroxy Acids). Chemical exfoliator come in the form of cleansers, toners, serums or oils and sometimes even as moisturisers so be really careful in using them as they can be really harsh and could irritate your skin. When properly formulated, AHA and BHA exfoliants have a lot in common in regards to their potential for improving hydration, reducing wrinkles, stimulating collagen production, and firming skin. Both can also reduce discolourations from sun damage and the visible marks left after a breakout is gone.

*AHAs are preferred for those whose chief concerns is sun damage because they primarily exfoliate skin’s uppermost layers. 
*BHA is ideal for treating acne-prone skin, blackheads, enlarged pores, and milia due to its ability to penetrate the oil that’s clogging your pores.
*BHA has anti-inflammatory and antibacterial action. That’s two more reasons to use a BHA exfoliant if you have acne or sensitive, reddened skin.
*BHA is preferred for those struggling with rosacea. Not everyone who has rosacea-prone skin can tolerate an exfoliant, but those who can will see reduced redness and smoother skin. (Salicylic acid’s antimicrobial action also may benefit rosacea because there’s some research suggesting that certain microbes on skin may be causing or contributing to the disorder.)

What if your skin is sun damaged and you’re also struggling with acne or clogged pores? In that case, BHA is the ideal choice to address both issues in unison. Better yet, some people find using both an AHA and BHA produces even more dramatic results!

The 2nd type Physical Exfoliators : scrubs like konjac sponge (gentle ones) for example and cleansing brushes are certainly an option for exfoliating your skin, but they only deal with the very top, superficial layer of skin. Most of the unhealthy, built-up skin cells are beyond the reach of a scrub, so you can see how they can come up short. What’s even more concerning in the case of scrubs is that most have a rough, coarse, uneven texture that can cause tiny micro-tears in skin. If you can find a gentle scrub, it’s best thought of as an extra-cleansing step (much like using a soft washcloth or Clarisonic brush) to boost the results from your cleanser. Speaking of cleansing brushes (Clarisonic being the most known brand), they’re a great way to clean skin more thoroughly and are something you may want to try—but they don’t replace the benefits possible from a well formulated AHA or BHA exfoliant in my opinion.

Now you know a bit about the tips and tricks of exfoliating your skin, let’s go back to the star exfoliator of the hour! Combining my two loves which is skincare and wine, they’re so much more than a “swipe here and there then throw” kinda product. These are gentle exfoliating pad that offers all the benefits of chemical and mechanical exfoliating in one. It provides gentle yet effective exfoliation of dead skin cells and impurities.  It’s just unlike any other peel that I have ever used. It has 30 pads inside that smells sooooo divine! Think of a sweet smell of grape juice or Kool Aid! So lovely!

INGREDIENTS BELOW:
Water, Disodium EDTA, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, PEG/PPG-17/6 Copolymer, Tromethamine, Benzophenone-5, Wine Extract, Sodium Hyaluronate, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed, Rubus Fruticosus (Blackberry) Fruit Extract, Rubus Idaeus (Raspberry) Fruit Extract, Vaccinium Angustifolium (Blueberry) Fruit Extract, Tartaric Acid, Glycolic Acid, Lactic Acid, Coptis Chinensis Root Extract, CI 15985, CI 17200, CI 42090, Alcohol Denat., PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Ethylhexylglycerin, Phenoxyethanol, Fragrance, Carbomer

PRODUCT DETAILS :

• An express skin-resurfacing & peeling treatment
Lactic acid (AHA) penetrate deep into your pores, to clean out dead skin cells and debris that can clog pores. 

• Contains Resveratol, the STAR ingredient that comes from red wine and is naturally fermented, which helps to combat free radicals that create wrinkles and pigmentation. Grape seed, another ingredient in this formulation, is also a potent antioxidant, so can also help prevent early fine and wrinkles from appearing.

• Blended with powerful antioxidants from red wine to fight against external aggression
• Dead skin cells are sloughed off the surface of the skin using the unique 3 layer pad technology.
• Leaves skin smooth & purified with a youthful glow
• Dermatologist tested. Perfect for all skin types!


MOISTURISING INGREDIENTS:
Glycerin and butylene glycol can give our skin a hydration boost by helping it to retain moisture and preventing any water loss from skin into the atmosphere. Extra hydration can make our skin look healthier, as well as younger. Sodium Hyaluronate, more commonly known as hyaluronic acid, is another moisturising ingredient included in this formula, as it has a unique capacity to hold water – just one molecule can retain 1000 times its own weight in water. This incredible property can increase skin volume and lead to younger looking skin.


THE REVIEW : NEOGEN DERMATOLOGY BIO-PEEL GAUZE PEELING WINE , THE EXFOLIATOR

THE REVIEW : NEOGEN DERMATOLOGY BIO-PEEL GAUZE PEELING WINE , THE EXFOLIATOR

THE REVIEW : NEOGEN DERMATOLOGY BIO-PEEL GAUZE PEELING WINE , THE EXFOLIATOR

THE REVIEW : NEOGEN DERMATOLOGY BIO-PEEL GAUZE PEELING WINE , THE EXFOLIATOR

THE REVIEW : NEOGEN DERMATOLOGY BIO-PEEL GAUZE PEELING WINE , THE EXFOLIATOR


HOW TO USE

1. After cleansing, slip your fingers into the sleeve of the gauze peeling wine pad so that the criss-crossed gauze side is facing down.  Use gentle, circular motions all over a dry face and neck, working your way up to your forehead.
2. Rotate the pad so that quilted side is facing down. Swipe the softer side ( the quilted side) across the face to pick up the remaining debris. 
3. Rinse with lukewarm water.

Follow with the remaining steps of your skin care routine. Use twice a week or as needed! I usually do 3x a week and could see the difference on my skin already. It appears smoother and more radiant! And for $27.00 a tub, it’s such a steal! Did I say it smells so amazing right? Smells amazing! That’s why it has gained a HG status definitely for me! I firmly believe Korean products are really cutting edge and innovative, don’t ever let the packaging fool you. Just because it has a cute packaging doesn’t mean it’s not effective.

You can purchase yours on here at Sokoglam, one of my go-to Korean Beauty destination of all time! I believe they’re still out of stock at the moment but they will notify you as soon as its available.

What are your favourite exfoliators at the moment? Have you tried this one already?

Love and Light,





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