Antipodes Reincarnation Pure Facial Exfoliator is a product that those of us with sensitive skin should not fear. If you have more delicate skin you will be aware that in most exfoliators the tiny beads can often do more harm than good. This is exactly why I have avoided using an exfoliation for the past number of years. As I have hypersensitive skin I have to take extra care!
I also drink quite a lot of water, I find that my skin doesn’t need to be exfoliated as must as others would find, except when the weather changes. However, I’m not sure if it was the move with a change of climate or stress, but , I found that I started to develop dry spots that I just couldn’t budge. Very unflattering when wearing foundation.
This is where Antipodes Pure Facial Exfoliator came into play. This exfoliator is a bit of a wonder product, not only does it rid dead skin, it also helps to repair the skin, thanks to the Calendula oil.
Simply apply the product to wet skin and scrub gently, you will be able to feel the thousands of jojoba beads do their business, while the avocado oil helps to rid any dead skin cells. Wash away with warm water and pat dry, continue with your usual skin care routine.
You can use this on a daily basis, however this can lead to over exfoliation i.e. more nasty dry spots. I like to use this guy when my skin feels in need of a pick-me-up. A little goes a long way, so you are sure to see this guy looking smashing on your skin care shelf for at lest 6 months. I look the packaging, it’s pretty understated and reminds me of a toothpaste, the tube is great for ensuring that you get every last bit of product, making your 20(ish) quid go that bit further!
After using Antipodes Reincarnation Pure Facial Exfoliator, my skin feels smoother and cleaner thanks to the carrot seed extract that helps to clear and revitalise the skin.
If you want to move away from exfoliators that do more harm than good then this is one guy that you should have in your skin care routine. It may seem like you are spending the big bucks on this guy as he comes in around the £20 mark, however a little really does go a long way. You can get your paws on it here & here.
What is your favourite exfoliator? Have you used Antipodes Reincarnation Pure Facial Exfoliator before?