#skinfixgiftedme their @skinfixinc Resurface+ Glycolic Renewing Body Scrub ($30 for 8 ounces – https://rstyle.me/+Jez-QcNXzcCpC3Vgup82aA) and Resurface+ AHA Renewing Body Cream ($45 for 10 ounces – https://rstyle.me/+Af8Qp3FpKxkj0Mc81FTKjA). As someone who suffers from a mild case of rough and bumpy skin on their upper arms, I couldn’t wait to see if the combination of these products would make a difference!
What they claim:
🔘 This scrub smooths the appearance of crepey, rough, and bumpy skin texture—even keratosis pilaris, also known as “chicken skin.” Active glycolic and lactic acids act as a peel, while biodegradable bamboo polishers gently exfoliate. It has been tested and recommended by unbiased dermatologists.
🔘 This 94-percent naturally derived cream is clinically proven to help reduce the appearance of bumps on arms and thighs caused by keratosis pilaris, also known as “chicken skin.” AHA and willow bark extract gently exfoliate and smooth skin. It supports natural firmness and elasticity, and has been tested and recommended by unbiased dermatologists.
🔘 Because fragrance can be an irritant on your skin barrier, all Skinfix formulas are fragrance-free and safe for even the most sensitive skin. What you smell are beautiful clean ingredients like emollient natural oils and active fruit acids.
The combination of these products is absolutely fantastic and I have definitely seen an improvement in the feel and appearance of the skin on my upper arms! Unfortunately, as a pair, they are a bit pricey, so if I had to recommend one over the other, it would be the scrub. However, if you are willing to spend the money (especially considering the @sephora sale is fast approaching), I would still most highly suggest they be purchased and used as a set to get the fastest and best results!
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