Age Support Bio-Cellular Super Cleanse $49 for 4.2 fl oz (125ml)
The instructions specify to start with dry skin, so that was a little unusual. The consistency of the product was somewhere between a cream and a gel, in my opinion. The scent was very fresh and faintly herbal, similar to many of the products made by Juice Beauty, if you are familiar with those. After rinsing, my skin felt very smooth and soft. There was a slight tightening of the skin, but it was not extreme nor uncomfortable. The cleanser did not seem to dry out my skin, but I would still use a moisturizer afterward, as usual.
Facial Glow Radiance Peel $64 for 1.7 fl oz (50ml)
The instructions on the packet for this product also say to start with dry skin, but that is typical for a mask or a peel. On their website it states to start with damp skin. The texture of this is like a very grainy cream. I do not like the scent of this peel, but I cannot put my finger on why exactly. It does smell like fruit; perhaps it's the papaya. It is not a bad smell in itself, but does not suit my preference. I have used peels before that felt like they were burning, even though I don't have particularly sensitive skin. This peel did not burn and did not irritate my skin in the least. I felt that it exfoliated my face quite well.
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