First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Polish Review

First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Polish

First Aid Beauty Facia Radiance Polish is new exfoliating facial scrub that First Aid Beauty recently launched for the fall season. My skin is typically oil in the Summer but too much AC, not enough sleep, and stale airplane air has dried me out so I definitely can use a good facial scrub to get me glowing again!

First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Polish ($24) is a skin loving exfoliating scrub that contains shea nut shell powder that gently exfoliates and brightens skin as well as willow bark extract to enhance skin cell turn over for fresher, more youthful looking skin and shea butter so your scrub is nicely moisturizing.

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This is a thicker, creamier formula that lathers up as your scrub. It has a gritty yet gentle texture that isn’t harsh in the least. I would guess the shea butter is the reason my skin seems to love it as I don’t feel like it strips nor does my skin feel tight or a size too small after I use it. It leaves my skin not only smoother but nicely hydrated. I buff it gently on my wet face and it lathers up to a light foam so you’ll get some cleansing benefits as you exfoliate.

On my drier skin I find it de-flakes, smooths over patchy areas, and leaves my skin nicely moisturized. The facial scrub doesn’t have brightening ingredients but as with any good facial exfoliating it relies on the power of a good scrub to leave your skin brighter, smoother, and with more of a blushing glow!

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If you’ve had issues with facial scrubs in the past that have overly dried your skin out I’d recommend checking out First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Polish as it’s gentle enough to use daily, hydrates skin, and leaves smoother and softer without stripping!

It’s available now online at Sephora and Sephora.com or learn more at www.firstaidbeauty.com

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