Ingredients: sucrose (sugar), potassium cocoate (saponified coconut oil),oryza sativa (rice) powder, cymbopogon flexuosus (lemongrass) oil, calendula officinalis (calendula) flower extract, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) flower extract, squalane & chamomilla recutita (matricaria) flower/leaf extract,citrus aurantifolia dulcis (orange) peel extract, ascophyllum nodosum (seaweed) extract, *aroma/fragrance,limonene, citral
*component of 100% pure essential oils
Suki Exfoliate Foaming Cleanser has been a staple cosmetic product of mine for number of years. Quite honestly, this is the best peeling/exfoliator I’ve found so far. It has a pleasant lemon smell due to lemongrass oil, which is, due to citric acid, a natural purifier that clears and cleanses the pores. Brown sugar crystals, soaked in various potent flower extracts, work as nonabrasive, natural AHA exfoliator, with the help of a natural orange peel extract and powdered rice. Calendula flower extract, along with Chamomile flower oil, has soothing, anti-inflammatory effect on the skin, along with its antioxidant properties. Lavender flower extract also works as an antibacterial ingredient, while skin-identical ingredient Squalane promotes skin’s regeneration. Suki Exfoliate Foaming Cleanser helps with cleaning infected and clogged pores and smooths over the skin.
After using Suki Exfoliate Foaming Cleanser, my skin is smooth and supple, refreshed and clean, with the remaining of any makeup and dead/dry skin cells exfoliated. My skin looks and feels rejuvenated, without the feeling of tightness, although a bit of a redness, if you rub too hard, may occur. The skin readily absorbs nourishing and moisturizing products, so I apply some toner and light serum during summer or face oil during winter.
How to use Suki Exfoliate Foaming Cleanser? Lightly rinse your face and wet your palms. Use a toothpick to scratch and scoop out the cleanser (use about a coffee spoon amount – little goes a long way). Gently rub the cleanser either between your palms or with one finger, then apply it all over your face and rub it in circular motions. At the beginning, while the sugar hadn’t melted, the cleanser will work as exfoliator. When the exfoliator becomes dry, slightly wet the face and continue rubbing in circular motions; now the exfoliator turns into foamy creamy cleanser, as the sugar crystals have melted as you applied more water.
Suki Exfoliate Foaming Cleanser is suitable for all skin types, even for sensitive skin. It is not, however, suitable for rosacea or cystic acne, as sugar granules would prove to be too harsh. If you have very oily skin, I’d suggest you use this cleanser 2-3 times a week. For combination skin 2 times a week, while for dry skin, I’d suggest you use it once a week. I use it approximately every 5-6 days and the 30ml size lasts for about 3 months.
Price? 30ml approx. €12,7; 120 ml approx. €26,36.
If you’re used to buying synthetic exfoliator for €4, then Suki Exfoliate Foaming Cleanser might seem pricey. But the potent ingredients and the amazing results it will leave your skin with are, in my opinion, well worth the price.
Have you tried Suki Exfoliate Foaming Cleanser? What’s your favorite face peeling and/or face cleanser?
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