I’ve spotted this brand in the states several times, but never felt I wanted to try it because it looks like a ‘cheap n cheerful’ cream with a not so cheering price tag. However, this is one that really does work. Formulated to get rid of ‘chicken skin’ bumps that can appear on arms and legs (otherwise known as Keratosis Pilaris), it absolutely delivers on the promise. The ingredients list is less appealing however, with glycolic acid and urea, but if you can get over the fact that urea is a protein metabolism excreted from human urine (synthetically manufactured) used as a preservative and a penetration enhancer, chances are you’ll be thrilled with the smooth skinned results. £25 at Selfridges in the UK.
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I’ve had the same reaction… For the past couple of years I’ve always passed it by in Sephora in the US, thinking the packaging was too gimmicky for anything good to actually come of it. Not true and great that it’s now in Selfridges.
Desparate for a cure for chicken “arms” – not for me of course, but human urine – thats put me off, still am going to consider this!
It is synthetically produced Sandra! And, the product really does the business, along with a good exfoliation and moisturising routine.