Today I’m going to talk about another Avon product that I use and love how it works. Isa Knox Anew Clinical Revitalize & Reveal Intensive Peel (I know that’s a mouthful!) is available and I want to share my experience using it. But first, I’d like to address some facts and fears about peels in general.
Chemical peels do what they say by exfoliating the skin using an acid and/or other chemicals. They remove a uniform amount of damaged skill cells across the treatment area which is how they smooth out the wrinkles. They are very effective – but carry some risks. It’s possible you’ve heard of others having less than positive experiences. That’s why I want to show you why I love Isa Knox.
First of all, I do this once a week and that’s all. If you do have sensitive skin, it’s not for you. But if you’re like me and hundreds of other people, you will see smoother, brighter skin immediately. Now I have to admit, the first time I tried it, I only left it on for five minutes. It says to use for 10 minutes but maybe (like you) I decided to be a little extra cautious at first. Now I do 8-10 minutes (I set the timer on my phone) once a week and pair it up with Green Goddess Facial Oil. (Currently, you can get a free mini of Green Goddess Facial Oil when you order the peel; but you’ll want to order both products to use together each time.)
Once the peel is ready to be cleaned off, I take a warm wash cloth to remove it. I then put two generous droppers full of oil in my palm, mix my hands together and PRESS my hands to my face. Once I’ve covered the treated area with the oil, I’m done for the evening.
As I mentioned, so many women have seen results right away and for the last four weeks, it’s become part of my weekly regime. To do something like this professionally would cost you hundreds of dollars per treatment. But if you order through an Avon representative – the combination of these two products comes to less than $62 and will last for months!
Still not sure if it’s right for you? Contact me to talk about your skin goals and concerns. Even if you can’t tolerate peels, I have other ideas to help you bring out the best in your skin.