Yesterday, while at an Algenist event I was able to test the Algenist Triple-Action Micropolish & Peel. I was amazed by the results. I knew this was a product that I just had to share with you, especially since the weather is getting colder, which means we need something that is going to exfoliate our skin.
“I don’t want skin that is smoother, more radiant and effortlessly luminous,” said no one, ever! So, Algenist made it a little easier for anyone to achieve with their Triple-Action Micropolish & Peel.
What does it do?
The Algenist Triple-Action Micropolish & Peel allows skin transformation that goes beyond exfoliation to immediately retexturize and brighten skin with a resurfacing formulation combined with a microdermabrasion and a chemical peel that is gentle enough to use up to two times a week. Alguronic Acid and Glycolic Acid are paired for the first time, creating a solution that not only increases cell turnover to exfoliate the skin while reducing inflammation, but also works to lift dead skin cells and break the bonds that keep them attached to skin. Within 10 days, the Triple-Action Micropolish & Peel is clinically proven to improve skin texture and tone, reduce visibility of lines and wrinkles and boost skin’s radiance.
I only tested the product on my hand, which I will admit has been very dry lately due to this weather here in New York City. It felt gentle going on, even with micropolishing crystals. After rinsing, the lines and dryness on the backs of my hand were gone. My skin in the area was remarkably smoother and more radiant than on the hand I did not use it. Needless to say, I can’t wait to try it on my face! I will be sure to get back to you with a full review.
The 2 fl oz Triple-Action Micropolish and Peel is available NOW on QVC.com for $68.16 +S&H (Orig. $75). It sounds pricey, but with using this product twice per week, and only a pea-sized amount, you will get atleast 4 months usage from this product.
Disclosure: Product mentioned in this post was provided to me by the company or its PR. All thoughts in this post are my own.