Prepping for the Beach

30 Aug

Ren Glycolactic Skin Renewal Peel Mask

There are a few beauty rituals I like to check off my list before taking a trip to the beach, and one of must complete items is a face peel. No woman wants to wear makeup while laying out on the beach. Au naturel is definitely the way to go, but problem skin can make you self-conscious. I began prepping my face for the beach a few days early.

I was able to get this Glycolactic Skin Renewal Peel Mask by Ren for free using my Beauty Insider Points from Sephora, and I am so glad I did. This face peel is amazing! I was pleasantly surprised at the texture of the product. It actual feels like there is orange pulp inside the gel and the smell resembles a freshly cut orange exactly. This mask felt like you had taken an orange, blended it up and applied to your face – a very interesting take on a common format.

Ren’s Glycolactic Skin Renewal Mask is a potent bio active peel mask designed to renew the complexion, reduce the appearance of fine lines and dramatically improve skin tone. It removes dead skin cells to renew the complexion. Skin looks brighter, healthier, more radiant. It combats congestion, blackheads and blemishes. Pretty much covers any skin issue that might embarrass you when you are trying to get away with the no make-up look. It contains glycolic, lactic, citric, tartaric acid, extract of passion fruit, grape, pineapple, lemon, omega 3 and 7 and papain and is specifically designed for sensitive skin types.

Feels Just Like a Smushed Up Orange

The Ren Clean Bio Active Skincare brand does not use petrochemicals, sulfates, parabens, synthetic fragrances, synthetic colors, TEA, DEA, glycols, silicones or PEGs. The brand is not tested on animals and dermatologist approved. Ren sums up their dedication to pure skincare by using the tagline “Skincare as it should be.”

Leave mask on your face and neck for 10 minutes, then wipe away with a damp towel and see results instantly!

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