I wanted to let you guys know about this glorious exfoliator I’ve been using. Have you heard of Suki? Chances are if you’ve walked through the beauty aisles of Whole Foods you’ve seen these natural products around. I’ve been using their Lemongrass Exfoliator and I love it!
First of all Lemongrass is known for working wonders on skin because it’s loaded with the powerful antioxidant vitamin C which is also a great skin exfoliant. When I was a teenager and suffering from severe acne, mommy would make me drink lemongrass tea every day. This also contains sugar! Sugar of course contains natural glycolic acid, which is a another fab exfoliant. I can’t stress how important exfoliation is for your skin care regimen and your fight against aging. (FYI, Yesterday, my theater teacher thought I was twenty-one, Yippee!!!). Everyday, your skin is exposed to so many toxins and pollutants. A great exfoliator will help remove that exposed layer, and reveal your wonderful new skin. Exfoliation is great if you suffer from hyper pigmentation as well. It will help clear up those marks a lot faster. I don’t recommend exfoliating every day but twice or three times a week is sufficient.
When I opened Suki's Lemongrass/Sugar exfoliator the first thing I noticed was the delicious aroma of lemons. I then took about a dime size of the product and began applying using gentle circular motions on my face. Now the first day I used this, I had come from taking my headshots so my skin was packed with make-up (reporters need to take headshots). With one application of this, my make-up was completely removed. The granules are not harsh and my skin was not left overly red or irritated. After I used it, I noticed that my skin was left so soft with a gorgeous glow! I also used this after i self tan, and it's fabulous for removing tanning cream that has gotten on your fingertips. I love the fact that this product is completely vegan and that the owner Suki wants to make a perfect skincare line with 100% natural ingredients. Mommy’s been using this too and she’s obsessed.
Have you tried Suki Products before?
What do you use as a great exfoliant?