MY HOLY GRAIL EXFOLIATORS FOR ROSACEA SKIN

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Following on from holy grail cleansers found here I have now found some holy grail exfoliators. I like to have a least two, as I get so bored using the same product if I use it too long. And so far from my stash, I have found two. Elemis Papaya Enzyme Peel and Niod Non-Acid Acid Precursor.

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Elemis Papaya Enzyme Peel

Natural fruit enzymes of exfoliating Papaya and calming Pineapple smooth and clarify the complexion. This rinse-off exfoliating cream contains nourishing Milk Protein, anti-oxidant rich Vitamin E and Marine Algae to moisturise, repair and protect skin. I just love the smell, the texture. It has never reacted to my skin. Even when I have been ill and my skin more sensitive, it has been fine to use. This get used twice a week when it is rotation. I will always have a back up as I buy in sets when it is cheaper than the price on the Elemis website. Warm the Peel into my palms and apply to a cleansed skin, avoiding the delicate eye area. Leave on for 10-15 minutes and remove with lukewarm water. It is just so nice for me to use.

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Niod Non-Acid Acid Precursor

This is a non-acidic alternative to acid-based epidermal resurfacing. Instead of using direct acids like AHA/BHA or retinoids that are common in skincare. This uses fermentation bio-derivatives and amino isolates that act as precursors to skin-compatible acids, encouraging visible radiance and visible surface regularity without the redness and inflammation associated with acids. I first used this every evening for two weeks, and had no problems. Then I used for three nights, then used my retinol, and then repeat. I used two drops, and added the Niod pump for easier use. I do not like the dropper for this product.

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Exfoliating and Rosacea

People with rosacea have very sensitive skin so any type of physical exfoliation is going to be potentially irritating. Last year I got interested in using various glycolic acids which in the end damaged my skin barrier. So I would advise everyone to be careful with AHA and BHA products. They can be too strong for your face, as I found out. These two will always be in my beauty stash. And I will always keep my eyes open for any product that interests me. New things are coming out all the time.

 

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