The gentle way to smoother
, pore-less skin!

The gentle way to smoother, pore-less skin!


By Carolina Malis


The word peeling still scares some people and I don't blame them. There's a lot of myths about it going around (I used to believe some of them in the past, totally guilty of that) and there is some bad formulas out there, definitely. But peeling is not a bad thing, we need to clarify. In order to keep our pores free of toxins and dirt we must exfoliate. I've said it a million times, I know, but I'll keep on repeating it until I have the whole world baptized with it: there's not way to smoother and blackheads/pimples free skin without driving the exfoliation road, and peeling is a stop you should definitely park at.


Let's start with the basics: Peeling is a form of exfoliation that can help fix lots of skin problems such as pigmentation, texture, scars, dehydration, acne, wrinkles and the list goes on and on. Now, finding the right one for you? That's when things get interesting. As a sensitive skin person myself I need to find a peeling that's gentle and not irritating, meaning nothing that's gonna leave my skin feeling tight and/or striped. All face peels are made to remove a top layer of skin in order to exfoliate and speed up cell turnover, but there's some of them that go deeper and remove more than others, sometimes even more than we wanted them to.


In the search for a good, sensitive-skin friendly peeling I run into Neogen's Pore Tight Peeling Mousse, a mousse-like super soft and foamy formula that helps remove dirt, impurities, toxins, excess sebum, makeup residues and blackheads trapped in our pores. This fluffy mousse contains extracts from red algae and other deep sea plants to nourish the skin, while ceramide and hydrolyzed collagen smooth it out in a very gentle yet effective way.

It's really easy to use and mess-free as the mousse-type formula eliminates the frustrating strip application that can be highly irritating to the skin: you only shake the can up and down and pump an adequate amount of it in your dry hands, to then spread all over your dry face avoiding eye area. Then rub the mousse gently across your face until it completely disappears - fun part? You'll actually see the product rolling and pulling up on your skin as it removes dirt and dead skin cells -. Finally rinse off with lukewarm water and Tada! You got brighter, smoother skin in matter of minutes.

Personally I recommend to use a peeling one or two times a week, there's no need for more! If you use any other kind of exfoliation you can mix and match, using a peeling one day and then exfoliating pads, acids or scrubs other day. The important thing is that you keep exfoliation as part of your routine.

Sounds like the peeling dreams are made of?Then make sure to catch it on Today's special on HSN TV this Friday 6/22! (

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One of the things I swap immediately when temperatures drop is my water-based cleanser. While during summer I tend to go for gel ones (which will get rid of excess sebum) for colder weather I tend to lookout for light-foam ones that will protect my skin's hydration levels. Now, there's lots to say about cleansers in the skincare community. The pH should be low, the pH should be high, some ingredients are good, some ingredients are bad, there should be no alcohol in them, there should be some kinds of alcohol in them… and a long, long list that could go on for years, but at the end of the day it's all about what works for you.


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Exfoliators can have different forms but one of the most controversial is for sure peeling pad. Why are they so controversial? Because they usually mix two forms of exfoliants - chemical exfoliants and mechanical exfoliants. Today I want to show you the product I wanted to try for ages mostly because it was curated byCharlotte Cho, the owner ofSokoGlamas well as I've heard lots of good opinions about it from many beauty bloggers from all around the world -Neogen Bio-Peel Gauze Peeling Lemon. How do mixing chemical and mechanical exfoliators work? Is this mix better than traditional exfoliators?



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