Thursday, February 7, 2019
Review: DERMA E Purifying Daily Detox Scrub #DERMAE #PurifyingDailyDetoxScrub #Charcoal #OilySkin #dermasocial
(product photo courtesy of www.dermae.com)
4 oz./113g $15.50
If you suffer from combination skin, oily skin or acneic skin, I have the perfect thing to help purify and exfoliate your skin. Even if you have normal and dry skin, you could still use this product once in a while to help purify and exfoliate your skin. This is DERMA E's Purifying Daily Detox Scrub.
Doctor developed and clinically tested, this revitalizing formula contains some of the most powerful minerals and natural toxin fighters from the earth and sea. Gentle enough for daily use, this scrub promotes oxygenation for a fresh, healthy radiance. It contains Activated Charcoal and Marine Algae Extract to lift away micro-pollutants and impurities for a fresh, healthy radiance that can only come from skin that is freshly exfoliated and purified. This product is gentle yet strong enough to deliver a punch to anything that is staying in your pores. Marine Algae Extract helps to deliver healthy skin hydration and to guard against everyday toxins. Activated Charcoal works with Apricot Seed Powder to remove micro-pollutants for a softer and smoother appearance. Kimarine® Wakame is a potassium-rich, magnesium-rich seaweed that is clinically proven to protect skin against environmental pollutants (exhaust fumes, cigarette smoke, heavy metals). Bladderwrack is an antioxidant-rich, mineral-rich seaweed known for its water-binding properties, supporting healthy skin hydration and nourishment. Green Tea delivers potent antioxidant defense. Ideal for combination, oily, active, acneic or urban skin types, even safe for reactive skin (minimal ingredients and allergy-tested), this formula boosts skin purity for a refreshed, glowing complexion. 100% vegan, cruelty-free, paraben-free, sulfate-free, mineral oil-free, lanolin-free, GMO-free and gluten-free.
To use: Apply to clean, wet skin and gently scrub in a circular motion for up to 1 minute. Rinse with warm water and pat dry. Gentle enough for daily use.
DERMA E Purifying Daily Detox Scrub is one of the better scrubs I have used. I have normal skin in the summer and dry skin in the winter. I use this once in a while to purify my skin when it is feeling especially icky. You know, when it needs a thorough cleansing. I follow up with the Purifying 2-in-1 Charcoal Mask. Give my face a really good purification. I start with the scrub and then do the mask. This leaves my skin feeling soft, smooth and definitely feeling like it has been purified. I love how it makes my skin feel like it is now bereft of any impurities. That is exactly what I am looking for. This scrub does its job and does it very well. I would recommend using it 2-3 times a week if you have oily skin and only once a week if you have combination to drier skins. Even less if you have have really dry skin. If you have active pustules do not use this.
DERMA E Purifying Daily Detox Scrub retails for $15.50 and can be found online at www.dermae.com. DERMA E products are available across the United States, such as Whole Foods, Target, CVS and Sally Beauty Supply. Go to the store locator to find Derma E near you: http://dermae.com/locations.html. Like Derma E on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/dermaenaturalskincare; Follow Derma E on Twitter: @derma_e; Subscribe to Derma E on YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/user/DermaEBodycare; Follow Derma E on Instagram:http://instagram.com/dermae# and Follow Derma E on Pinterest:http://www.pinterest.com/dermae/.
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