Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Have you ever tried an at-home chemical peel?

My skin usually is drier in the winter and I have to switch over to a more heavy duty moisturizer. I love the fact that chemical peels can help exfoliate my skin so that skincare products can penetrate deeper. I'm really excited to have the opportunity to test drive a new skin peel from called the Fusion Skin Peel. It sounds perfect for clearing up those dry areas and evening out skin tone! 

A multi-acid, multi-enzyme peeling solution suitable for all skin types and issues. Minimal irritation, almost no downtime, and fabulous corrective action. An amazing Fusion of exfoliating agents that produce a Fusion of skin benefits:
  • Clears acne conditions.
  • Reduces age spots, melasma, discoloration.
  • Improves skin texture and tone.
  • Softens crows feet, fine lines, and wrinkles.
They have other peels you can check out..
Glycolic Acid Peels
Salicylic Acid Peel
TCA Acid Peel
Jessner Peel
and they also have new skincare products.

FTC: Samples will be sent to me for review by through


  1. There are certain Skin Care products that are more effective.

  2. I've never tried at home peels b/c I've been too scared. I think there is one at sephora that come in a syringe type thing. I want to try that one