[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] At last, I’ve had the chance to try the famous Garancia Pschitt Magique! The main sell on this foaming peel is to give you a micro-peel in 30 seconds flat. I think that it has a similar purpose to AHA tonic (which I discovered Max is inadvertently calling Aha (think Morten Harket) tonic which I laughed my socks off at) so you can safely use it as your morning cleanse every day if you like.
It’s soap free, but acts as a cleanser and texture refiner and I’m starting to see why this is such a cult product in its country of origin, France. The product uses ‘Micropeeloff X3’ which is apparently 6 botanical extracts at high concentration with a crystalline enzyme acting as an exfoliant to pick up dead cells. You can’t feel any tingling at all.
The foam is a gentle flump – it’s just delicious on the skin. You apply it to the skin and let the foam dissipate for thirty seconds, then simply rinse away. Actually, you could use it morning and night but I think I’d probably just use it once in a day for a while to see how you go. Garancia Pschitt Magique Review has completely lived up to expectations – I’m very happy to have tried it. Because it’s not readily available in the UK, I’m sending you to Cocoon Centre – I’ve ordered from them before and they tend to offer competitive prices. It’s £23.90 HERE although you can also find it on Amazon and from Garancia directly HERE although I haven’t worked out the postage.
From this alchemy is born an ultra fine foam which acts in a few seconds without grain or friction. It will melt the dead cells which suffocate the skin, tarnish its radiance, thicken the skin texture and limit the penetration of care.
The skin texture appears finer, younger and perfectly cleansed.
98% of the ingredients are of natural origin.
Soap free, neutral pH to suit even to the sensitive skins.
Clinically tested and under dermatological control.
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