The same time I got the boatload of samples of Vinosource, I got samples of this. As discussed in previous posts, I’ve been working on pesky dark marks (located on the right and left sides of my face) for a while. The Sephora Skincare Expert raved about this. According to her, her sister uses this and is able to peel of the dark marks when removing the mask. Say what? Word? They just peel right off? Hell yeah, I want to try this.
Intensive-C® Radiance Peel is an easy-to-use at-home spa treatment targeting environmentally damaged skin. It instantly exfoliates and brightens for enhanced skin radiance, and has brightening results comparable to a professional peel. Great for all skin types, it features an immediate tingling sensation after application and cooling affect after removal.
The formula is creamy and doesn’t really dry like a mask. It looks more like I didn’t rub in lotion. However, it was super easy to remove. I did like the tingling and cooling sensation opposed to the burn that’s associated with most peels. While this peel has improved the appearance of my skin and helps to abate any irritations, my dark marks have not budged. Likely, because they’re old and don’t give a damn.
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