Monday, January 7, 2013
Exuviance Performance Peel Review!
A couple years ago I was able to try out some products from NeoStrata and Exuviance, a wonderful skin care company. I was really impressed with how well they worked for my skin, so I was excited when given the opportunity to try the Exuviance Performance Peel AP25.
The Performance Peel comes packaged as a 6-week supply. This is a simple 2-step process, and targets skin concerns such as aging, wrinkles and fine lines, and uneven skin tone and texture. I found the peel very easy to use. Start out by washing your face with a gentle cleanser; I use a simple foaming cleanser, as you definitely don't want to use a deep cleanser right before the peel! Next, open your Step-1 Activator Pad, and apply over entire face (obviously avoiding the eye area). You can wait up to 10 minutes to continue with step 2; this all depends on your skin's reaction to the peel. I have slightly sensitive skin, so left it about 6-7 minutes, and then used the Step-2 Neutralizer Pad. Again, apply to the face, and then finish by rinsing with water, dry and apply a moisturizing lotion. You can use the Performance Peel up to twice a week, but I am only using it once a week right now, as I don't want to overuse it and end up irritating my skin. Although, I'm pretty impressed by the fact that this is one of very few peels I've ever used that didn't cause redness or irritation at all. I am very pleased with the results, as it provides a much deeper exfoliation than the typical scrub or mask I use. It really leaves the skin soft and smooth, and I am excited to see the results after a few more weeks of use! Here's a before/after picture taken from the NeoStrata website:
Exuviance has many other great skin care products for all skin types and concerns, so be sure to visit their website to find help for your skin care problems!
Disclaimer: I was not monetarily compensated in any way for this review; I did receive product for the purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are mine; all quotes taken from the NeoStrata website. I was not required to post favorably about the product or company.
Posted by Hope at 9:29 AM