Friday, October 25, 2013

Exfoliaré Exfoliating Gel for the Face- Review

I love to exfoliate my skin, and have done so as far back as I can remember. While I like a good physical exfoliant with all of the scrubby bits to whisk away dead skin cells, I also really love the type that does all of the work for me without any of the abrasion. Therefore when Exfoliaré sent me their Exfoliatimg Gel I was intrigued and eager to try it.

Exfoliaré Exfoliating Gel Face is an at-home spa experience for the woman who is always 'on the go'! It's a quick and easy alternative to chemical peels and microdermabrasion. Plus, it's gentle even on the most sensitive skin! Exfoliaré Face reduces the look of fine lines and wrinkles, removes dull and rough patches, allows you to apply makeup to a smoother surface and reduces signs of aging.

First I have to say to all of the at-home exfoliating naysayers who don't like the mess often associated with the application of such products that this one is easy-breezy to use. Additionally, the pump dispenser assures easy mess-free application, and the perfect amount is dispensed with each depression of the pump.

What sets Exfoliaré Exfoliating Gel for the Face apart from so many other exfoliating products is the fact that it leaves the skin both exfoliated and moisturized thanks to the inclusion of ingredients such as Aloe Vera, Hyaluronic Acid and Orange Oil. Therefore any potentially drying effects associated with exfoliation or peeling are offset by these moisturizing agents.

I find Exfoliaré Exfoliating Gel to be effective as an exfoliant- yet it remains gentle enough that I experienced no adverse reactions whatsoever. That said, I patch tested it on my arm first, and then on a small part of my face to make sure that my skin was neither reactive, nor allergic. I have learned the hard way that it is a very wise practice to patch test before committing!

After washing and drying your face you apply 2-3 pumps to your face. I have a small face so 1-2 pumps is sufficient for me. Then you lightly massage it in an upward circular motion for about 30 seconds. You will be astounded when you see all of your dead skin cells mixed with the gel pilling up! It is at this point that you rinse it off with lukewarm water and gently dry your skin. The result is fresh glowing ridiculously soft and supple skin. One of the biggest surprises is that my skin feels balanced and moisturized- rather than stripped and dry. I can't say enough good things about the way that Exfoliaré Exfoliating Gel makes my skin look and feel. I like to use this about once a week, and really see the difference when I am consistent. I am also amazed by the affordable price point! As an added benefit, Exfoliaré Exfoliating Gel is paraben free!
One pump applied to my arm
I massaged it in a circular motion
Then it began to pill
At the end of 30 seconds and my skin was so soft and supple.
Overall assessment: A fantastic product that effectively removes dead skin while leaving your skin hydrated! 

$35.00 for 3.5 oz. (100g) Exfoliaré is now known as Pida. The company recently went back to using the original JAPANESE name, which is PIDA! Same product, same packing and formula- just a different name.
Press Sample. All views expressed are categorically my own. Video courtesy of Exfoliaré.
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  1. Oh my gosh I love to exfoliate so this product sounds absolutely amazing to me (: I want to try it really bad!

    1. Hi Ebony, I do too-- and this is a really really lovely exfoliating gel! This is worth trying, and the price is quite good especially considering how effective it is! Have a lovely weekend! :-)

  2. The link goes to a page with phone number, not a site to buy produce, I will call tomorrow. I did a google and many gels came up but not this one! I thought Amazon had everything!!!! Thank you!

    1. Hi Judith, I saw that earlier and removed the link. My link was rerouted from Exfoliaré to another website-- I don't know if it is the same, but that is not the same name. I removed the link because I have absolutely no idea what company that is that you were routed to, or if it is even part of the same company. I have no idea if that is the same product that I reviewed- so I can't recommend it because I haven't tried it. I sent an email to the PR company, and I haven't heard back from them. This is very strange! I will let you know if I hear anything back.

    2. Hi Judith, I just heard back from their PR and it is the exact same product now being marketed under the original Japanese company name. :-)


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