Decleor Phytopeel Natural Exfoliating Cream – Product Review

I’m excited. In fact, I’m very excited! This product is like a spa treatment in a tiny, canary yellow bottle and I love it.

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To prepare my face, I cleansed with a foaming wash and then patted my face dry (your skin should be completely dry before using the Decleor product). I then applied the product evenly over my face; you don’t need to use a huge amount, as the product naturally dissipates when you spread it on. The cream itself is not at all grainy and you can really smell the divine essential oils when applying it to your face. I left it for a couple of minutes, as per the instructions, to dry slightly.

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Next, I gently massaged my face in an upward circular motion, whilst holding the skin taut with my other hand. I then took my all time favourite Luxury Facial Flannel by The Body Shop, dampened it and repeated the circular motions to remove the product. This is when the magic happens.

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Apologies for the peculiar close up but those little deposits on the skin are, in fact, dead skin. This product gently removes dead skin and leaves you with the most incredibly poreless, healthy glow. Once I’d removed the cream completely, I splashed the face a few times with cold water to close my pores.

Used weekly (or a maximum of twice weekly), this wonderful mask will maintain a healthy complexion and help to reduce pores. I only wish I’d discovered it sooner!

Have you tried this, or any other Decleor products?

Rating: 10/10

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