When it comes to skincare, I think it’s fair to say that I will try most things for smoother, healthier looking skin. I’ve tried numerous potions, lotions and even a laser treatment in my quest for better looking skin. But one of the things I’d yet to try, was a peel. Well that was until a few weeks ago when I had the opportunity to try the Philosophy Microdelivery Resurfacing Peel kit. Which if you don’t know already. Is a peel treatment that you can do at home.
Now I have to say I am a big fan of Philosophy and their products. Their mission is to bridge the gap between what is offered by skincare professionals, and what is offered in store. Allowing women everywhere to access the best skincare technology available. And I love that about them. And this microdelivery resurfacing peel kit is certainly impressive. The kit is a two-step, in-home peel that resurfaces and rejuvenates sun-damaged, hyperpigmentated and ageing skin.
It’s a two-step process. Step 1 features vitamin c/peptide crystals, while step 2 features a lactic/salicylic acid activating gel. And I have to say, this is so simple and easy to use. You just apply a teaspoon amount of step 1 and gently massage for 60 seconds onto your skin avoiding the eye area. It’s important not to scrub at this point. And then for step two, place a teaspoon amount onto of the crystals. You’ll feel a warming sensation and white foam will appear. You just leave the foam on for 2-3 minutes and if you want the extra exfoliating benefits you can massage it into the skin. Or you can leave it before rinsing.
I have to say this is definitely a really effective at home peel treatment. t’s easy to use, and the fact you only need a small amount of each product means it’ll last for a while. I’ve used this once so far and would probably just use it again when I felt like my skin needed a bit of TLC. But I have to say that you do see the results instantly. The products are full of vitamin C, which definitely helps to brighten and rejuvenate my skin.
You can get the Philosophy Microdelivery Resurfacing Peel here for £59.50.
What do you think of this at home peel treatment? Is it something you’d use?