Category Archives: Peels

Dermae Vitamin C Concentrated Serum

Vitamin C is a great option for adding an antioxidant into your skincare routine. Antioxidants get rid of environmental stress and it can even help skincare products like sunscreen work better.  Because I use vitamin C on a regular basis, … Continue reading

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The Ordinary Salicylic Acid Masque Review

Come for the Salicylic Acid and stay for the kaolin and charcoal. Leave it to Deciem The Ordinary to launch the perfect mask for the summer. On days when the weather is hot and sticky and your skin is sweaty … Continue reading

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Empty: Beautycounter Overnight Resurfacing Peel

I first posted my review of @BeautyCounterHQ’s Overnight Resurfacing Peel here, and since then, I’ve kept using it, so here’s a picture of my #empty.   This peel is mostly lactic acid, in an unknown percentage, but it really works … Continue reading

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Favourite Peel: Beautycounter Overnight Resurfacing Peel

I made a video on IGTV a while ago talking about some of the peels that I had tried, and the Beautycounter Overnight Resurfacing Peel was one of them.  My beef with the peel was that Beautycounter wouldn’t list the … Continue reading

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Avon Anew Ultimate Gold Peel-Off Mask

There’s getting to be a problem with Instagram beauty is that it can often be overdone so that it doesn’t even seem real anymore, and that’s definitely the case when you see people masking or applying drops of highlighter on … Continue reading

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Anew Clinical Retexturizing Peel with 10% Glycolic Acid

First of all, let me start by saying that this is not a real peel.  My skin doesn’t peel when I use this, and if you go to a dermatologist and get a peel, you will find yourself with flaking … Continue reading

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New Vichy Idealia Peeling

If you’ve wanted to add a Glycolic Acid product into your skincare routine, but were always too worried about its potency, then Vichy’s new Idealia Peeling essence is for you.  First of all, this is not a toner.  Toners are … Continue reading

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Renewing Skin with Dr. Renaud

Exfoliating your skin gently on a regular basis is a skincare habit you should definitely start if you don’t already – especially if you’re noticing signs of aging skin such as small surface wrinkles or age spots or freckles. Starting … Continue reading

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Pure + Simple Aquabrasion Facial

Approaching an age when I should make advanced results-focused facials part of my regular skincare regime, I’ve casually considered the merits of peels versus lasers but remained at a loss of where to start. So when Toronto-based holistic spa Pure … Continue reading

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Philosophy The Microdelivery Peel Review

This is the best peel kit that I’ve reviewed in a long time, and what’s so awesome about it is that it’s totally different than anything else out there. Philosophy’s the Microdelivery Peel kit comes with a jar of exfoliating … Continue reading

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