Oh man! I have been blogging so much about my cushions that I have neglected other lovely skin care products which I have received a while back. So tonight, I am taking a break from the BB cushions to talk about another equally important step in my routine — peeling/exfoliating!
Introducing the Dr. Grand+ Milk Moisture Home Peeling Pad for an easy, convenient, mild exfoliation right in the comfort of your own bathroom.
Read on to find out all about it!
First, let’s have a look at the info-visual from the brand:
According to the brand, Dr. Grand+ Milk Moisture Home Peeling Pad is/has:
- Contains Lactic acid and Glycolic acid, a AHA exfoliant, that exfoliates the skin cells very gently and stimulates cell renewal
- Contains Papain, an enzyme derived from Papaya with outstanding exfoliating power, lightening and brightening
- 2-step, duo sided pad for exfoliation and moisture absorption
- Featuring the brand’s own G4D Active™, a complex with 5 active ingredients (Ceramide, Arginine, Lysine Polypeptide, N-Actyl Glucosamine, Sodium Hyaluronate and Biosaccharide Gum-1), which makes the skin healthier day in day out
- Also containing an abundance of skin-benefiting ingredients including: Glycerin, Avocado and Grapefruit
Below is my experience with the Dr. Grand+ Milk Moisture Home Peeling Pad:
Roaring view for [Dr. Grand+ Milk Moisture Home Peeling Pad]:
|Product’s packaging||:||Simple plastic pack with a tear-to-open slit at the side|
|Product’s texture||:||Cotton gauze soaked with peeling liquid|
|Product’s scent||:||Mild, sweet|
|Price point||:||Product was kindly sponsored by the kind folks at FaceKrave (Singapore); however, the peeling pad is sold at S$14.90/4pcs|
|To have a look at the pad and other products that FaceKrave carries, do click on the link here.|
|Personal take||:||To this day, I have been emphasizing the importance of facial exfoliation and that I love using chemical exfoliants for that purpose. Some of the common chemical exfoliants you might have seen or heard before are AHA, BHA and Enzymes.
AHAs are like Glycolic acid, Lactic acid, Malic acid and Citric acid. BHA is usually referring to Salicylic acid, while Papain (derived from Papaya fruit) is the most common enzyme used. It is believed that AHAs are able to penetrate the top layer of the skin to remove dead skin cells, promote cell renewal, and improve sun damaged skin. BHA, or Salicylic acid, on the other hand, is able to reach deep into the pores to remove dirt, unclogs it and reduce inflammation. Fruit enzyme, like Papain, is also used to deep cleanse the skin, stimulate cell renewal and improve skin tone and texture just like you would achieve with a chemical peel except it is a lot less harsh as compared.
The Dr. Grand+ Milk Moisture Peeling Pad uses a combination of Glycolic acid, Papain and Lactic acid in its formula to exfoliate the skin. These AHAs and fruit enzyme works to exfoliate the top layer of the skin layer, soften and stimulate cell renewal to bring forth a more radiant and youthful complexion. Unlike other peeling pads out there, this Milk Moisture Peeling Pad is a lot gentler and more hydrating. I assume that is because of the abundance of other skin-loving ingredients and the brand’s own G4D Active™ Complex.
In my opinion, this peeling pad seems to be more appropriate for someone with a normal to dry skin, or someone who is thinking about trying a gentler chemical exfoliant/peeling product.
|Will i recommend it?||:||Yes, the Moisture Peeling Pad did helped to brighten my complexion in a jiffy|
To this, Buddy says: