Here you will find everything you ever wanted or needed to know about Mario Badescu peels and their use.
Sun protection, daily moisture supply and correct water absorption are essential
all crucial to achieve glowing skin, but the secret – the extra swing – that
can take your skin (and your skin care) to the next level is regular
Peeling . A smooth, even basis is what we all strive for.
It is important that you remove the dead skin cells and dirt that clogs the pores.
Oil or makeup that can accumulate over time. This not only increases clarity
and improves skin tone, but also ensures that your skin can better absorb everyone
Products applied afterwards.
However, the key is to do the peeling in moderation. To
Much scrubbing or excessive use of peeling acids can dry out and irritate the skin
Skin. According to our aestheticians, limit it to one to three times a week. If you
Peeling 1-2 times a week . Try:
& Honey Face Scrub if you are sensitive or extremely dry; it's a gentle
creamy peeling with nourishing oils and cleansing minerals.
Cream Peel with A.H.A. combines manual and chemical peeling in a unique, mild one
Formula. It highlights lactic acid and peach extract to improve the bump
Skin tone and dead skin cells simply roll away. Plus – a mix of shea
Butter and vitamin E regenerate the skin for a softer, smoother and lighter complexion.
Peeling 1-2 times a week. Attempt:
Face peeling if you love the creaminess of almond and honey facial peeling, but yours
The skin craves a little more of this rejuvenating zing. This sweet fruit
Peeling contains real strawberry seeds to remove dead skin cells.
Peeling peeling if you are interested in a gel-based, physical peeling. This
With finely ground Ecuadorian ivory palm seeds for an invigorating peeling.
(However, be gentle on your skin – apply gentle but firm pressure!)
Foam cleaner if you prefer an acid peel. Use this instead of your daily one
Detergent for a rejuvenating deep cleaning.
Peeling 2-3 times a week. Try:
Face Scrub for an ultra-refreshing pick-me-up. Because kiwi seeds are
smaller and firmer than strawberry seeds, this is the peel that we recommend
for everyone who loves a fruity, rejuvenating peeling.
Peeling Scrub is the perfect alternative to Kiwi Face Scrub if you like physically
Peels, however, prefer a light gel base that rinses clean.
Foaming Cleanser is a bestseller for a reason: it brightens, reappears,
and refined to improve the overall appearance of the skin.
Peeling 2-3 times a week. Try:
Peeling Scrub polishes and revitalizes fresh, soft skin. In contrast to ours
Cream-based peels – which are said to leave a nourishing veil
Hydration, Botanical Exfoliating Scrub has a light gel base that rinses
without a hint of residue.
Foam cleanser if you are interested in a facial cleansing with surface renewal. Use this up to
three times a week as an additional cleaning agent to thoroughly cleanse the well-being.
Peeling three times a week . Try:
Foam cleanser a few times a week instead of your daily facial cleansing or …
Facial Cleanser if you are prone to traffic jams in the T-Zone. Use it as 2-3 times a week
You would give Glycolic Foaming Cleanser instead of your daily facial cleansing
Your skin gets a clearing, pore-cleaning boost.
First, focus on clearing your skin. Which means:
- With acne
Facial cleanser twice a day. Salicylic acid is a beta hydroxy acid
highly touted for its ability to rid the skin of dead skin cells – their accumulation
can cause traffic jams or breakouts.
- DO NOT use physical peels while you are active
Outbreaks: You can irritate or tear skin blemishes.
- Once your skin is relatively clear, you can begin installing glycol
Foaming Cleanser in your weekly regimen to reduce bumps
Skin tone or texture.
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