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50 Pads $24.95
If there is one thing that is hard about getting older, it is the changes in your skin. They are suddenly very obvious. Boom! One day there you go in the mirror and wham you just notice that suddenly skin is dull looking, there is hyperpigmentation and there isn't as much firmness to the skin anymore. What to do about it?
One thing I tried recently that I am very happy with is the new DERMA E Ferulic Acid Resurfacing Pads. These pads are infused with a blend of Resveratrol, Kojic Acid, Lactic Acid and DMAE to help firm, brighten and exfoliate the skin. The pre-soaked single-use pads remove dead skin cells to cleanse and resurface over time. Resveratrol, from the skin of red grapes, leaves skin firmer and stronger with its anti-aging effects. It protects skin from free radicals that cause collagen degradation. Kojic Acid is derived from mushrooms and provides potent anti-aging ant skin brightening benefits. This acid addresses hyperpigmentation: brightening age spots, sun spots, dark marks and post-breakout marks. Lactic Acid, derived from milk, exfoliates the dead the skin cells and also brightens the skin. In addition you have DMAE, which helps to tighten, tone and firm the skin. Ferulic Acid, a component of plant cell walls, helps to reduce the formation of fine lines and wrinkles. It fades discolorations, age spots, dark marks and sun spots. Glycerin is used to help add moisture to the skin. Kakadu Plum Extract adds Vitamin C, which brightens the skin. Used over a period of 3-4 weeks these pads will help to really brighten and firm the skin, leaving it looking radiant and more beautiful than before use. This product is vegan, cruelty-free, made with non-GMO ingredients and does not contain any soy ingredients. The container is recyclable.
These pads are ideal to to prep the skin before using Ultra Life DMAE Concentrated Serum. Use one to three times a week at first, increase to daily use. Gently apply to the face, neck and décolletage. Rinse thoroughly with water to neutralize peel and pat dry. Make sure to use at night, not during the day. During the day use a sunscreen as this product will heighten the skin's sensitivity to the sun.
Use the Ferulic Acid Resurfacing Pads on clean, dry skin. Only use if you do not have sensitive skin. I would recommend these for any skin type except sensitive skin, even acneic skin. Mature and dry skin would benefit the most from these pads. Apply to the skin and leave on for 3-5 minutes in order to give the resurfacing pads time to work, then rinse with water to neutralize. You might experience some tingling, this is normal, especially if you are not use to using lactic acid. If the tingling is bothersome, discontinue use. The reason these are good for almost any skin type is that lactic acid is very gentle on the skin. It exfoliates and gets rid of mild hyperpigmentation. The kojic acid & ferulic acid in the peel are also great for helping with getting rid of mild to moderate hyperpigmentation. The resveratrol, ferulic acid and DMAE are great anti-aging, firming and toning ingredients. This product could be left on for up to 10 minutes for a very mild peel. The longer you leave it on, the better the benefits for your skin. You know how much your skin can stand. If you have dry skin I would not recommend leaving it on for more than 5 minutes. The goal is to help the skin, not make things worse by drying it out and causing a compromised moisture barrier. For firmer skin, follow up with the DERMA E Ultra Lift DMAE Concentrated Serum and Ultra Lift Firming DMAE Moisturizer.
DERMA E Ferulic Resurfacing Pads retail for $24.95 for 50 pads. DERMA E is available through www.dermae.com and Ulta Beauty. Like DERMA E on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dermaenaturalskincare/; Follow DERMA E on Twitter: @derma_e; Follow DERMA E on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/dermae/; Follow DERMA E on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dermae/ and Subscribe to DERMA E on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DermaEBodycare.
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