I’ve had incredible success with much of the Philosophy Miracle Worker Collection and absolutely loved the Brightening and Dark Spot Corrector Treatment so of course the new Philosophy The Microdelivery Triple Acid Brightening Peel was something I absolutely had to try out for myself.
These are pre-saturated pads with brightening and anti-aging benefits. I’ve used them for the better part of four months or so now so I think I’m finally ready to review them.
Take a look!
I was able to finally locate the new St. Ives Scrub Free Exfoliating Pads. None of the drugstores in New York seem to have these so I grabbed them from Drugstore.com finally as Ulta.com had sold out.
Let’s take a look!
I love mint. Especially in the Winter, not that New York is actually have much of a Winter this year. Feels more like Spring outside.
But yeah, love me some mint in the Winter.
Dunno if the Holiday Season is to blame or I just like the cool, crisp smell of it in my shower and my beauty life “just because”, either way I loves it.
So I decided to pick up some Bath & Body Works True Blue Peppermint Really Refreshing Face Scrub to celebrate.
No worries clear it away with Proactiv Deep Cleansing Wash!
This finely milled exfoliator can be used on face or body and contains a formula with 2% salicylic acid to help unclog pores, reduce oiliness, and help prevent future breakouts.
Brands that produce grainy, harsh exfoliators can learn a thing or two from Proactiv as they perfected a really nicely textured product that whisks away dry spots and oily areas with a gentle yet effective exfoliating formula.
I can’t make proper use of this one at the moment since it tends to dry my skin out but when my skin is more oily in the Summer it’ll prove a nice way to exfoliate my drier patches while easing oily areas like my forehead.
Proactiv Deep Cleansing Wash is a nice little multitasking exfoliator that works on face and skin for a quick, deep clean that treats spots and keeps them from coming back.
Available at proactiv.com
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I happen to be old enough to remember the Urban Legend that was spread across my school about Little Mikey, the kid from the Life Cereal commercials, who mixed a deadly combination of Pop Rocks and Coke and proceeded to explode and die.
Ahhh youth. Did we ever really believe this crap?
Lush has absolutely no issues with including Pop Rocks in their new Pow Wow Lip Scrub.