Saturday, 15 July 2017

An Introduction to Dr Levy Switzerland Featuring the 3 Deep Cell Renewal Micro-Resurfacing Cleanser

With more brands than ever, sometimes it's so hard to keep up with what's new and what's hot in the world of beauty, and so when I'm kindly invited to try out a brand new to me, I always get super excited. I have recently been trying out the Dr Levy Switzerland 3 Deep Cell Renewal Micro-Resurfacing Cleanser (£39), an innovative, multi-action gentle cleanser which intensively resurfaces and acts as a skin -renewing 'Fast Mask' to improve lacklustre complexions.
With glycolic and lactic acids to dissolve the glue that sticks dead cells to the skin’s surface, alongside organic rice extracts to physically polish, this instantly refines and brightens while kick-starting renewal to promote that enviable, fresh-faced radiance. The addition of sodium PCA and lactic acid ester then promote plumpness and enhancing moisture levels. 
There are three ways to use the 3 Deep Cell Renewal Micro-Resurfacing Cleanser...
  • Gentle Cleansing - Apply a small amount of the cleanser to wet skin, gently massage and rinse thoroughly, twice a day
  • Intensive Micro-resurfacing - Apply a small amount in dry skin, massage thoroughly and rinse abundantly
  • Skin-renewing Fast Mask - Apply a large amount on dry skin, massage thoroughly and leave for a maximum of five minutes, rinse thoroughly and use no more than three times a week
As the cleanser is more on the higher end of the budget, I prefer to use this as more of a treat, and find I get excellent results from the Intensive Micro-resurfacing, reducing my pores and giving my skin a much brighter, and glowing look and feel. Upon application, the cleanser is a creamy gel consistency filled with micro exfoliating beads, which are what helps to really rid the skin of dead cells to give you that squeaky clean appearance, pretty much instantaneously.
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All the Loves,
Kathryn x


*This post contains PR samples, but all views are my own

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