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At Home Facial Peel – Seacret Facial Peeling Gel

seacret-facial-peeling-gelDid you know that 80% of fine lines and wrinkles come from dead skin?

Or that a lot of acne problems and blotchy skin is caused by clogged pores from dead skin build up?

It’s true!

We gotta get rid our lives of all that dead skin.

Exfoliation is the way.

It is probably the MOST important step when it comes to skin care.

 

 

Which is why people are going as far as getting chemical peels or microdermabrasion treatments.

But what if you could have an at home facial peel that wasn’t so invasive or hard on your pocket book?

Would you do it?

Probably.

If you said no, it’s most likely because you don’t really know why exfoliation is so important.

So let me spill the beans.

Exfoliation…

…removes layers of dead skin.

…clears clogged pores

…reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and aides in anti-aging

…increases absorption of vitamins and minerals in the skin, and

…allows for a really close, long lasting shave (for the men out there!)

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Seriously, all of those things??

I mean, I knew exfoliating your skin was good for you but I never really knew why.

Like that it can reduce fine lines and wrinkles?

Wow!

But before you turn off your computer and run and grab the first exfoliator in sight….

…let me give you a WARNING.

Not all exfoliators are made equal.

There are three different kinds:

      • Scrubs

A surface exfoliator. This is probably the most popular kind, made up of grainy textures – like sugar or salt – that physically scrub the dead skin off your face. For sensitive skin, this type can be irritating and result in blemishes and rashes. Gentler scrubs contain beads that are a bit more gentle on the skin.

Best for oily skin.

      • Chemicals

A deep exfoliator. The chemical exfoliators are made up of AHA (alpha hydroxy acids) that work to dissolve layers of the skin and get to the inner layers of your skin. This form of exfoliation can be quite costly and very irritating on the skin but will give you pretty instant results.

Best for dry skin.

      • Enzymes

A deep, sensitive friendly exfoliator.  The enzyme exfoliator will work in a similar fashion as the chemical one; however, it won’t be as irritating because it uses natural enzymes to do the dissolving of layers. This type of exfoliator is recommended for any skin type including those suffering from eczema, rosacea, or psoriasis.

Best for sensitive skin.

Alot of times people go overboard or use the wrong exfoliator for their skin type.

Come on, be honest, you have too.

I know I have – over exfoliating and having irritation.

Yikes!

So what are some good ways to ensure the perfect exfoliation?

…Be gentle.

…Exfoliate once a week for sensitive skin or two to three a week for all other skin.

…If it’s irritating, stop using it.

…Moisturize afterward to ensure you get the best results.

So obviously there are a lot of choices, how do you know which one to choose?

Especially since choosing the wrong one can make the situation worse rather than better?

Well I found out the answer.

You will not only be able to have an at home facial peel, but also enjoy the benefits of the best exfoliator no matter what skin type you have.

Curious?

Seacret Facial Peeling Gel Finally Revealed

This was the very FIRST product that I tried from Seacret.

Not really knowing what to expect, how to use it, or what it was for.

I jumped right off the 5 meter diving board head and gave it a try.

(Not the 10 meter one though, because that’s just cray cray… hehe)

I don’t know what I expected, but it definitely was not what happened.

The Seacret Mineral Rich Peeling Gel has the cool, fresh texture of Aloe Vera, but it works as an exfoliator.

How?

Rubbing the gel in a circular motion on your face sluffs the dead skin off your skin.

Like a freakin magic trick!

I mean imagine rubbing Aloe Vera on your face and the dead skin comes off without feeling a thing but cooling and refreshing.

It works as a combination of all three different types of exfoliators in one that is designed to be the most non-abrasive as possible so any skin type can reap the benefits.

Now I know I have mentioned Aloe Vera a few times, but it’s not the ONLY thing that makes up the Seacret Facial Peeling Gel.

It’s made up of a lot of goodness.

      • Dead Sea Minerals

Some of the most highly sought after minerals for skin care because of their effect to rid the face of blemishes, aide in anti-aging, and heal sensitive skin issues.

      • Essential Oils

Including avocado, primrose, grape seed, cocoa butter, coconut, jojoba, linseed, moroccan, olive, palm peach, rosehip, sesame, rosemary, shea butter, sunflower, almond, tea tree, and wheat.

      • Proteins

Amino acids, collagen, elastin, lactic acid, milk protein, peptides, silicia microstructure, soybean protein, silk protein, and saliscylic acid.

      • Vitamins

C, A, E, and Ginseng.

      • Other Goodness

Aloe Vera, beeswax, honey extract, cucumber extract, papaya extract, and chamomile.

That’s a lot of stuff!

There are a few that are really meaningful in why this at home peeling gel is so rad.

Cucumber extract -> This is really mainly made up of water, amino acids, proteins and vitamin c – which just means that its a SUPER powerful antioxidant and soothes skin irritation, if any. It’s an anti-inflammatory which is great for reduces blemishes.

Chamomile -> This is also a great anti-inflammatory but it also really helps soften the skin and healing rashes, eczema, and psoriasis.

Ginseng -> Anti-aging alert! Ginseng helps produce collagen in the skin – meaning it reduces fine lines and wrinkles all naturally – as well as detoxifying the skin.

Aloe Vera -> This one is so awesome, it truly deserves to be mentioned as many times as it has. Aloe Vera does so much from hydrating your skin, removing dead skin, transporting vitamins and minerals to the skin, decreases wrinkles, and increases collagen and elastin production.

Papaya -> This is the one that really helps even out skin tone because it removes the dead skin and increases blood circulation which results in minimizing brown spots and sunspots.

I know, I keep ranting and raving about this stuff.

The last thing I will say about it is that it is paraben free, allergy tested, and not tested on animals.

Score!

Don’t trust just my opinion on it.

Here is what other people who are using the Seacret Facial Peeling Gel are saying…

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People, including myself, who use this at home peeling gel swear by it for life.

If you are looking to find out more info on all the other products in the Seacret line, read up on them here and make sure you check out the two warnings before you buy.

If you’ve experienced the glory of the best at home facial peel (the Seacret Facial Peeling Gel) leave me a comment below and tell me all about it!

Your Seacret Weapon,

Jessica Parmar

4 Comments

  1. Olivia
    March 13, 2014 - Reply

    Hey I am so grateful I found your blog, I really found you
    by mistake, while I was searching on Google for something else, Nonetheless
    I am here now and would just like to say kudos for a
    incredible post and a all round interesting blog (I also love the theme/design),
    I don’t have time to read through it all
    at the minute but I have saved it and also added your RSS
    feeds, so when I have time I will be back to read a lot more, Please do keep up the awesome jo.

    • Jessica Parmar
      March 14, 2014

      Hey Olivia! Glad that this site was valuable to you :) Looking forward to continuing to provide that value to you and hear from you :)

  2. Ann Ortiz
    June 21, 2014 - Reply

    I am interested in the facial peel. I have used one by premier and loved it but it was hard on my pocketbook. Can you tell me more about pricing on this? I love the just came back from the spa feeling!

    Cheers,
    Ann

    • Jessica Parmar
      June 23, 2014

      Hey Ann!! I agree with you, I love that feeling too. There are a few different price points on the facial peel depending on if you are a retail customer or a “preferred” customer… A preferred customer really just means that you would want to order at a discount and frequetly… Retail Cost=$69.95 and Preferred Customer=$47.96USD (cost to become a PC is just ordering today’s order). It really doesn’t make a difference to me, but I would have to say that the peeling gel is my absolute favorite product. It’s what has improved the complexion of my acne prone skin and a product I won’t live without.

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4 Comments

  1. Olivia
    March 13, 2014 - Reply

    Hey I am so grateful I found your blog, I really found you
    by mistake, while I was searching on Google for something else, Nonetheless
    I am here now and would just like to say kudos for a
    incredible post and a all round interesting blog (I also love the theme/design),
    I don’t have time to read through it all
    at the minute but I have saved it and also added your RSS
    feeds, so when I have time I will be back to read a lot more, Please do keep up the awesome jo.

    • Jessica Parmar
      March 14, 2014

      Hey Olivia! Glad that this site was valuable to you :) Looking forward to continuing to provide that value to you and hear from you :)

  2. Ann Ortiz
    June 21, 2014 - Reply

    I am interested in the facial peel. I have used one by premier and loved it but it was hard on my pocketbook. Can you tell me more about pricing on this? I love the just came back from the spa feeling!

    Cheers,
    Ann

    • Jessica Parmar
      June 23, 2014

      Hey Ann!! I agree with you, I love that feeling too. There are a few different price points on the facial peel depending on if you are a retail customer or a “preferred” customer… A preferred customer really just means that you would want to order at a discount and frequetly… Retail Cost=$69.95 and Preferred Customer=$47.96USD (cost to become a PC is just ordering today’s order). It really doesn’t make a difference to me, but I would have to say that the peeling gel is my absolute favorite product. It’s what has improved the complexion of my acne prone skin and a product I won’t live without.


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