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Thursday, July 12, 2018

DR LEWIN'S REVERSADERM CORRECTIVE PEEL - LOOK TO FAST TRACK YOUR WAY TO BRIGHTER & SMOOTHER SKIN


For brighter and smoother looking skin, Reversaderm's Corrective Skin Peel by Dr Lewinns may be an option..

Reversaderm by Dr LeWinns has been created so that you can look to achieve brighter and smoother looking skin. It's essentially a leave-on gel where you would use it twice a week at night. The product contains 15% Alpha Hydroxy Acid Complex of Glycolic, Lactic and Mandelic Acids which help to resurface and diminish any skin imperfections. In effect, this leaves you with clearer and toned looking skin. 

The product contains a fruity grapefruit fragrance which isn't overpowering and smells bearable. So the peel simply works by application of the gel onto the skin where it's allowed to absorb. There is no rinsing required, so you can imagine what happens overnight? All of the dead skin cells will be removed and pores unclogged, allowing for a smoother and brighter complexion overnight. 

Since using this peel, I've found my skin to feel so much smoother and looking brighter than usual. It's definitely a positive result for me so far as I suffer from uneven skin tone, texture and dull looking skin. The peel works amazingly well to rejuvenate my skin for the better so that it looks healthier and toned the very next day. If you suffer from skin pigmentation, you might be interested in trying out this skin peel because what it does is that it helps to lighten any particular spots and imperfections on your skin. 

Dr LeWinn's Reversaderm Corrective Skin Peel RRP $39.95 where it's made available at Priceline, Chemist Warehouse and via their official website here 


Loving the Reversaderm Corrective and Peel by Dr LeWinns 

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