I only know about this brand because my daughter, who has very tricky skin (mostly body rather than face), was prescribed this by a dermatologist to help smooth out KP. It’s beyond good, I can say that, because it’s been at least a month in the testing from products she bought before I called this in to photograph. You may have heard of its sister brand, Exuvience, which is more the consumer arm, as opposed to derm. But, you can buy either.
Obviously, I have to give Lucy the top-up bottle of Neostrata Resurface Lotion Plus but I can’t say I want to! But, I’m going to put the Exuvience Retexturing Treatment to the test on myself. I can’t say I have particular issues with body skin at the moment, but like anyone, it varies – a little, very mild KP on the tops of my legs and arms but I should see a difference in smoothness. Both products use glycolics (5% in Exuvience and 15% in Neostrata), but Exuvience also contains PHAs (polyhydroxic) for hydration. I’m also going to be trying the Triple Microdermabrasion Face Polish which I feel might be too strong for some with physical crystals, glycolics and enzymes. If my skin was sensitive, I probably wouldn’t touch this one, but it isn’t so I cannot wait to try.
I don’t really get excited about skin care all that often, but I’ve already seen such good results from Neostrata Resurface Lotion Plus that I know it works very, very well. If you can tolerateAHAs I would more than recommend. The best place to find it is Amazon with prices starting at £21 HERE because it seems more competitively priced than anywhere else, but failing that, you can find Neostrata and Exuviance HERE as well. I’m surprised that it’s not more readily available in the UK to be honest.
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