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! (

NEO I VIEW<br>Real Cica Pad<br> Review by Jin-a

Real Cica Pad
Review by Jin-a

My skin has got easily dry, rough, dull, and dark in the end of day with day’s debris, skin wastes, and stress. But I recently met this holy grail product, and can say that my skin has got much much better. So if you are also looking for a smart item that can solve above problems, would be happy to introduce, Neogen Dermalogy REAL CICA PAD! Plus, if you have a sensitive skin, this could be the life-changing product.


NEO I VIEW<br>Bio-peel Gauze Peeling Lemon Review by Michelle Winter

Bio-peel Gauze Peeling Lemon Review by Michelle Winter

Exfoliating skin to get a super smooth and radiant complexion is simple with the Neogen Dermalogy Bio-Peel Gauze Peeling Lemon Face Pads. Containing a skin-boosting combination of chemical exfoliants, these single-use exfoliant pads are suitable for all skin types, particularly sensitive skin.

Created by one of my favourite Korean skin care brands, Neogen Dermalogy, these use an innovative three-layer pad technology with a gauze texture and soft embossed side. They limit skin irritation while effectively eliminating rough skin and preventing clogged pores. They’re also perfect for reducing sebum and promoting an even complexion.


NEO I SPOTLIGHT<br>This is the multi-tasking cleansing water I can't get enough of

This is the multi-tasking cleansing water I can't get enough of

Let me introduce you to my experience with cleansing waters. The very first time I tried one I hated it. It was a mix between water and some kind of an oil that left my skin feeling weird and stripped. At that point of my life (let's say about 6 years ago) I still thought that mommy-like feeling was right, and that it meant my skin was clean and oil free. Oh how naive I was back then.


NEO I VIEW<br>Real Cica Micellar Cleansing Foam Review by Stellar

Real Cica Micellar Cleansing Foam Review by Stellar

You might remember that I did a review of Neogen’s Real Cica Pada while back and really enjoyed the product. For today, I’ll be returning to that line and writing about their Micellar Cleansing Oiland the Micellar Cleansing Foam. Both of these cleansers are part of their Real Cica line, which targets both hydration and soothing for problem or sensitive skin – I’ve had good results from using Centella Asiatica products (and Cica is a version of it) so I’m pretty excited for this.



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