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The Peeling Gel Invasion

  This is part 1 of my 2 parts post.

The cult following 10 Steps Korean Skin Care Regime has brought about three unrecognized routine that we now (for the most) incorporate in our own. These are: essence, facial masks and exfoliation. Essence often mistaken as toners is the heart of Korea’s skin care routine. Facial Mask not really that new to some but because of developing science comes different varities that targets different skin concerns. Most of this, again, is manufactured in either Korea or Japan wherein the use of organics is the main component. Then comes exfoliation. First that came to mind when I read exfoliate is St. Ives Apricot Scrub. I know most of you know this household brand in terms of exfoliation and Yes! alongside with this is the word scrubbing. As in intense scrubbing, right? That is our mindset of the term exfoliate, scrubbing off dead layers of skin to achieve a softer, more supple looking one. But just like technology, skin care also had evolved and progressed into many innovations. Our then exfoliators which mainly consists of fine grains or micro beads in aid of taking off that dead skin with ease has now elevated into the form of gels. Peeling gel there is. A little trivia on this, I know that most of the peeling gels available in the market right now are brand names from Korea but did you know that the world’s best peeling gel is actually from Japan. Cure Natural Aqua Peeling Gel apparently a bottle is being sold for every second in Japan. That effective huh?! It is said that large percentage of this brand is consists of mainly water making it more gentle than any other peeling gel available. On with peeling gels, this might scared you off because of the word peel. I know, how can this be a major evolution when intense scrubbing is changed with peeling? Don’t fret ladies, for this is now called the fancy new generation of exfoliators. It is made special because now, chemicals (which we often thought of as the way peeling is made) are now replaced by a more gentle, more skin friendly solutions in the form of liquid and gel. Only gentle rubbing is required to achieve a soft and bright complexion. And who wouldn’t want that? I myself decided to join in the boat not because of the fad but because I feel that my skin is in need of the extra care brought about by the different layers of products used. Exfoliating also helps in making your products more effective because they are now more absorbed.

Have any of you tried using peeling gel or included such in your skin care routine? How was it? Let me know your experience.

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3 thoughts on “The Peeling Gel Invasion

  1. I tried a peeling gel that I ordered off sasa, the O’slee rosehip peeling gel. It was ok – yes it did make my skin feel very soft but I think it was a bit gimmicky because I was mostly peeling off the product – similar to those peel off masks but peeling off in bits instead of a full sheet. My skin is sensitive to too much rubbing so even peeling that off would make my face turn red – I ended up passing the tube onto a friend to use up. But I am still curious about the Cure Natural Aqua Peeling Gel since it’s the cult favourite… maybe eventually.

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    1. Yeah me too, the Cure peeling gel for that matter. Mostly got that as an intial reaction from intense scrubbing. Some do it so bad maybe at the thought that the more you slough off, the better. I also have done that and to my dismay caused me breakouts that i discountinue using. But I later discover to have it use in some parts of my body. I didn’t stop there. I continued looking for a more subtle kind and fortunately found one. Which brings me to this Korean product that i’ll review on my second part post *giggles*

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