Our complexions are constantly bombarded with the aftereffects of all the makeup and skin care products we use every day. To complicate things, there are pollutants from the environment, natural skin oils and grime that could become imbedded into our pores, especially now with regular mask wearing and maskne on the rise. The best solution that can purge the pores of all this is through a cycle of regular exfoliation. Yet, you want a gentle, effective method such as the V10 Plus Water Based Peeling Gel that I sampled for this review.
**Disclaimer: This post has been compensated. Opinions are solely mine. **
The V10 Plus Water Based Peeling Gel is Japanese natural skin care that can take your complexion in the right direction. The reason this product has a lot going for it is because it uses rice bran extract among its wonderful ingredients for anti-aging.
To begin with, rice bran extract is loaded with antioxidants such as tocopherol (vitamin E) and tocotrienols (synthetic form) for moisturizing and vitamin B for firming. This one ingredient also has gamma oryzanol, which is another antioxidant that is a natural blend of rice bran’s plant esters and sterols that also have an anti-inflammatory effect while improving the skin’s circulation. It also sports polyphenols, another antioxidant for fighting free radical damage for repair and skin renewal. Squalene is still another antioxidant component found that helps the skin with inflammation on a cellular level, locks in moisture and won’t clog the pores.
Another top performer in this ingredient list is seaweed extract among other ingredients. It is one of my favorite anti-aging ingredients for skin in this V10 Plus Water Based Peeling Gel due to all the minerals and healing properties it contains.
I am glad to report that the V10 Plus Water Based Peeling Gel does not have parabens, artificial colors, mineral oil or chemical fragrance added to it. It also is cruelty free to give it further high marks.
After I washed my face and applied a thin layer of this clear gel to my dry, clean skin, I allowed the V10 Plus Water Based Peeling Gel to dry it. I did not have any irritation or excessive tightening of the skin as it dried. Once I was ready to take it off, I wet my fingers and massaged over my face using circular movements. What I noticed was just a minimum of a product residue on my fingers and face as I went along.
After rinsing, I noticed how extra soft my skin felt. The skin was pinker, but not irritated. I don’t know how deeply the V10 Plus Water Based Peeling Gel exfoliated. However, my complexion appeared a bit more refined than before use.
I really liked the difference in my skin using the V10 Plus Water Based Peeling Gel ($44). In fact, I plan on continuing using it at least a week to see how far these complexion benefits will go.
If you’re attempting to reboot your complexion gently, the V10 Plus Water Based Peeling Gel is worth looking into. You may want to check out the company’s website.