Mild floral scent
Ingredient analysis: Skincarisma
Water, Glycerin, Quaternium-60, Propylene Glycol, Carbomer, Dipropylene Glycol, Pearl Powder, Yeast, Nelumbo Nucifera Germ Extract, Prunus Mume Fruit Extract, Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), Butylene Glycol, Pentylene Glycol, Lactic Acid, Serine, Sodium Lactate, Sorbitol, Urea, Sodium Chloride, Caprylyl Glycol, Hexanediol, Allantoin, Citric Acid, Disodium EDTA, Phenoxyethanol
TonyMoly Floria brightening peeling gel is a chemical peeling and a really gentle way to get rid of dead skin cells compared to the normal exfoliators either made from sugar or other harsh particles. I really like both of them and use them both. It is a deep cleansing product which promotes youthful radiant skin.
The product comes in a tube which suits me perfectly because it is hygienic and easy. The product I gel like and translucent. When massaged into the skin it becomes watery and gives a cooling sensation.
How to use it
Apply a large pea size onto clean dry face and massage gently for about 1 minute until the gel melts and your dead skin turns into small lumps. Rinse with warm water.
My thoughts on Tonymoly Floria brightening peeling gel
When I tried this product for the first time I was really impressed and it is a really effective way to get rid of dead skin cells. I really do like this product.
The only negative thing I have to say is that it sometimes get stuck in my facial hairs, but I would guess this goes for all the peeling gels since you actually creates small balls of dead skin cells and the hair of course get stuck in it. I will have to test more different peeling gels to be sure of this though.
After using it my skin feels really clean and soft and seeing all gunk is really satisfying. The scent doesn’t bother me, I know some people who think the smell is quite weird, but it is nothing that bothers me.
I give this product 6/7
Where to get it
Other peeling products
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