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I have recently discovered Marks and Spencer’s own brand skincare range and thought this was quite an interesting product. Here’s a look at the Marks and Spencer Formula Radiance Reveal Peel which is a great alternative if you are looking for an exfoliator for sensitive or reactive skin types.
When it comes to exfoliators you can choose between mechanical ones that contain physical ‘scrubby’ particles that lift away dead skin and inpurities, and chemical exfoliators which use acids to dissolve dead skin cells. I love using a combination of both in my regime to get my skin glowing and clear.
Recently though, my hayfever has been making my skin particularly sensitive and dry and I have loved using the new Marks and Spencer Formula Radiance Reveal Peel because very gentle option as it doesn’t use particles or acids to exfoliate.
Marks and Spencer Formula Radiance Reveal Peel Features
- Formulated with unique transformation technology
- The smooth gel activates on contact with the skin to roll, lift and sweep away dead skin cells
- Transform into soft balls that allow you to see dirt and dead skin being removed
- Mild formulation perfect for sensitive skin
- Gently preps the complexion for skincare
This exfoliator is quite fun to use and it’s great for removing flaky bits without upsetting the balance of the skin. It literally balls up and grabs any loose bits of skin to leave a smooth and clean complexion that’s ready for your serum and moisturiser. Because it’s really gentle, you can use it whenever your skin is looking a bit dull.
I like using it first thing in the morning to cleanse and smooth the skin. You can see the balls absorbing the dirt – it’s kind of gross but really good to see! It’s a lovely addition to my regime, particularly as my skin is playing up with my allergies right now.
The Marks and Spencer Formula Radiance Reveal Peel is £17.50 for 50ml and available HERE now.
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