Mask Monday: Caudalie Glycolic Peel


Caudalie Glycolic Peel ReviewPIN IT

Recently Caudalie have reinvented their mask collection into a sort of mask wardrobe which is right up my street; there are four masks in the collection, each of which can be paired with another from the four to make a bespoke home facial.  As someone who loves to use several masks in one sitting, I found this approach very attractive.

Caudalie Glycolic PeelPIN IT

I’ve been trying out two masks from the range, the Purifying Mask – more on that soon – and the one I’m posting about today, the Glycolic Peel.  As the name suggests, the mask is an acid-based exfoliating treatment designed to boost and rejuvenate skin.  I was surprised how creamy it was and there was only the hint of a tingle during application making this a great choice for those who can be a little sensitive, but obviously if you’re unsure then make sure to patch test first.

Caudalie Glycolic Peel MaskPIN IT

I was so, so impressed with this mask which left my skin feeling seriously smooth and appearing much clearer without stripping it of oil or moisture, so skin had a plump appearance rather than an overly exfoliated look.  The fact that it takes just ten minutes to use makes it ideal for a quick skincare boost and it’s recommended to be used twice a week.  It’s also not too expensive at £22 for 75ml here – link.

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  • Mask Monday: Caudalie Purifying Mask - Beauty Geek UK | Beauty Geek UK
    May 18, 2015

    […] masks, I can safely say that Caudalie masks are very, very good – check out my review of the Caudalie Glycolic Peel here – or at least 50% of them are, anyway…I also really like the fact that they’re […]

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