Monday, June 9, 2014

V10 Plus Water Based Peeling Facial Mask Review

“Disclosure: This product was sent to me for review purposes in exchange for my honest opinion after trying it out.” Complete disclosure here  

Hello, lovelies~ I'm back~! ish. Haven't really gotten around my usual posting schedule, but I'm getting there, yeah? It's only a couple more days to 'the day', if you know what I'm talking about. The nerves haven't arrived yet, but I think it will be there this Saturday morning. I just hope everything goes as planned. Anyway, before I went on a long rant, let me just start the review, 'kay?

With the wedding day closing in, I am taking real good care of my skin and exfoliating more than I usually do. I don't want to have a stack of dead skin cells accompanying me down the aisle. Ick. So, I was more than happy to receive the V10 Plus

A winner of the Cosmopolitan Beauty Awards back in 2013, this peeling facial mask boasts to contain rice extracts and seaweed extracts that helps to remove dead skin cells, thus achieving a brighter complexion in an instant. There are ten sample sachets in the booklet, enough for five weeks of twice exfoliation in a week. Not the biggest fan of sachets, but oh well.

The full size appearance of this product, for those who were wondering.

There's a beauty tip behind each sachet! Here is one that is saying not to exfoliate everyday as it may be too much on the skin and irritate it.

Here are the list of ingredients, in case you have any sensitivities towards any of the ingredients above. There is isopropyl alcohol in it, but luckily, I didn't have any reactions towards it. *phew*

To get brighter skin, this is used on clean and dry skin, remember that! If it's applied on wet skin, it won't be an effective exfoliator to remove the dead skin cells. Before it works, it just looks similar to a regular, transparent gel, almost like aloe vera.

Apply a thin layer on the selected area of the skin and leave it be for five seconds to let the magic happen. After that, it's simply a matter of gently massaging it to remove any dead skin cells off the skin. You see the eraser-like shavings, right? Those are the ones~

While it does provide a gentle exfoliation process and a brighter complexion, I am still wary of the isopropyl alcohol content. The glycerin content in this peeling product makes it suitable for nearly all skin types. In addition to having a brighter complexion, my skin feels smooth~

For more information on the products, you can check out their facebook page over here. I think they're having a special price on this specific product.

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