This past Wednesday I went to Sephora on a mission to get a full coverage foundation sample (I almost always get “samples to go” as opposed to just testing the product out in store because that way I can see how it wears in different lighting and through my normal every day life). I ended up leaving Sephora with not one, but THREE skincare samples…. and no foundation LOL! One product that I have been blown away by is the FirmX Peeling Gel by Peter Thomas Roth – the makeup artist who was helping me navigate through all of the moisturizer options had me put a dollop of this stuff on my hand. I’m rubbing it in, rubbing it in, and little white balls started to appear on the back of my hand within seconds! IT WAS ALL OF MY DEAD SKIN CELLS COMING RIGHT OFF – ew!
I didn’t even have to ask for a sample of this one, she just packed it right up! I suffer from dry skin all year round so I think this was an obvious life saver for me. 🙂 I went home and used this product all over my face after washing and drying. One thing I never realized about letting dead skin cells build up on your skin is that when you moisturize, the dead skin cells act as a barrier and the product can’t get through to the skin underneath. I’ve only used this peeling gel twice so far (always before using a serum and a moisturizer) and my skin is already feeling so much softer and looking a lot healthier! The best part about this product is that it is suitable for all skin types – normal, oily, combo, or if you’re like me, dry and sensitive. 🙂
The FirmX Peeling Gel comes in two sizes – one is 3.4 oz and the other is 6.8 oz (which can only be purchased online). While Peter Thomas Roth’s products tend to be on the pricier side, I would definitely consider this to be a worthy investment. But let’s face it – when ISN’T your skin a worthy investment? 🙂
This post is not sponsored by Peter Thomas Roth or Sephora.
The FirmX Peeling Gel comes in two sizes – one is 3.4 oz and the other is 6.8 oz (which can only be purchased online. While Peter Thomas Roth’s product all tend to be on the pricier side, this is definitely a worthy investment but let’s face it… when ISN’T your skin a worthy investment? 🙂