I wish I would've thought to take care of my skin in my 20s. I never gave it much thought back then but, now that I'm in my 30s, I've gotten into a skin care regimen to try to slow the inevitable aging process. I'll be honest with you, I'm all over the board with which facial skin care products I use. I try different ones and will purchase them again if they work. If not, I'll mark them off my list. One makeup and skin care company that is new to me is Sue Devitt. Although Sue Devitt's nature-inspired makeup and skin care products are frequently featured in some of the most popular fashion, beauty, lifestyle and women's magazines it's a company that I just recently became familiar with.
I was given the opportunity to try the Microquatic Lactic Renewal Facial Peel from Sue Devitt's Microquatic Skincare Line. If the company's other makeup and skin care products are any indication of this facial peel, I'm hooked. Although a bit pricey, I've seen improvements in the firmness and tone of my face after using the facial peel.
The Microquatic™ Lactic Renewal Facial Peel is an advanced, lightweight anti-aging serum with Lactic and Marine Acids that dissolves lifeless skin cells while restoring pH balance and removing harmful toxins to the skin. The infusion of Sue Devitt Signature Microquatic™ Complex prepares the skin to receive ultimate hydration while MDI Complex and Marine Elastin help to improve collagen production and elasticity. I do not know specifically what all that means, but I know the formula works on my skin. As per the directions, I've been applying the Microquatic™ Lactic Renewal Facial Peel to my skin everyday and allowing it to penetrate my skin for three to five minutes. It's not like some other facial feels I've used where I have to pull off a layer from all crevices of my face. It does make my face feel firmer and tighter after I wash it off. I've been doing this regiment daily and I can feel and see the difference. I've used it everyday and now only have to use it once a week hereafter to restore and repair the skin.
I received product for review from Sue Devitt. The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way. Please do your own research before purchasing products. Your opinions and results may differ.