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24th April 2020

Fabulous Four: Granular Exfoliators

it's time to scrub

Skincare

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Let’s talk granular cleansers. The regularity of how much one should use them is reliant on skin type. So, for dry, crepey skin, once a week is ideal and for oily, acne-prone skin, you can use them more often.


First up is Gentle Daily Micro Polish Wash (£9.99) by Super Facialist. Created by Úna Brennan and sold at Boots, this scrub contains eco-friendly biodegradable beads and contains a small dosage of Vitamin C so it’s good for your skin and the planet.


My mid-priced exfoliator is Exfoliator II (£24) by Indeed Labs. Founded by Dimitra Davidson, this brand focuses on prepping the skin to look great under even the harshest of lights. This one is enzymatic and in powder form, and as a rice bran exfoliator, is great for more sensitive skin. Expect a little tingle, and for a more intense treatment, leave it on as a mask.


The high-priced exfoliator is Triple Microdermabrasion Face Polish (£51) by Exuviance. This is the company that championed research into glycolic acids so this scrub does physical, chemical and granular polishing. Loaded with papaya and regular AHAs, I love to use this one in the crease of my nose and on my lips.


Last but not least is Essence Noir™ Polish ($90) by Nannette De Gaspe. A combination of volcanic sand extract, pineapple, papaya, 7.5% AHA, 0.05% BHA and PHAs, applying this product feels like a professional microdermabrasion experience.


Granular cleansers are perfect for giving skin and hands a new lease of life and my advice is to concentrate on scarred areas to polish and even your complexion. Ladies and boys, it’s time to scrub up…

TRINNY-SIG

DISCLAIMER

The contents of this video are not intended to replace conventional medical or dermatological treatments and advice. Any suggestions made are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, condition or symptom. If you have any personal concerns please seek the advice of a healthcare practitioner.

All the products featured on my social media channels I have purchased myself, or on occasion, have been sent to me by PR when called in.

I do not accept payments to create videos on my social channels. However, so as to make it easy for you ladies, I embed links so that you can purchase any products mentioned seamlessly.


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DISCLAIMER

The contents of this video are not intended to replace conventional medical or dermatological treatments and advice. Any suggestions made are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, condition or symptom. If you have any personal concerns please seek the advice of a healthcare practitioner.

All the products featured on my social media channels I have purchased myself, or on occasion, have been sent to me by PR when called in.

I do not accept payments to create videos on my social channels. However, so as to make it easy for you ladies, I embed links so that you can purchase any products mentioned seamlessly.