Beauty Tip Thursday: All the details on Beautycounter’s Overnight Resurfacing Peel

Good morning, beautiful! Wake up glowing

I wish I had a dime for every time I found a new favorite Beautycounter product (I’d have a lot of dimes ;))! When Beautycounter released the Overnight Resurfacing Peel, I knew I had to get my hands on it and the results have been unlike any other product I’ve ever used.

With a wedding coming up, my skincare routine has been getting a full overhaul. Clearing up some acne scars and dullness felt like a daunting task, until I found this miracle product. 

Enough about me and my obsession with this product for now. I’m excited to share more info with you about the Overnight Resurfacing Peel, and all the many reasons why you need this magic in a bottle. 

Say goodnight (and GOODBYE) to dullness, fine lines, dark spots and uneven skin tone. CLICK THE IMAGE TO SHOP

Why should I use a peel?

The question is more like, “Why are you waiting to use a peel?” – Here are some key reasons to start using the Overnight Resurfacing Peel 

  • Pollution – throughout the day your skin is exposed to pollution in the air. Sadly, this is unavoidable. Environmental stressors can cause damage to skin, dull skin tone and contribute to signs of aging. Using a product like the Overnight Resurfacing Peel, will help gently strip skin of these impurities. 
  • UV Exposure: Much like exposure to pollution, UV effects on the skin are somewhat unavoidable. Using a peel can help to reverse signs of UV damage. 
  • Stress: Again…unavoidable (much to my dismay!). Stress can cause major damage to skin, something I have too much experience battling. For me, stress brought on hormonal acne, leaving my skin dull, and scarred with hyperpigmentation. 2 weeks of regular use with the Overnight Resurfacing peel, and I started to see some of this damage drastically improve. 

Why Beautycounter?

Peels, serums, masks – the beauty industry is saturated with these products all claiming to help you achieve glow worthy skin. So, what makes Beautycounter’s peel, THE ONE? It’s simple, ingredients. 

Beautycounter’s resurfacing peel is formulated without synthetic fragrances, PEGs and formaldehyde releasing preservatives that are often found in other peels (uh, gross?). 

For more information on Beautycounter's ingredients and their NEVER LIST head here!

Beautycounter’s resurfacing peel combines 9 naturally derived acids that work together to soothe and resurface skin. If the word peel sounds scary, do not fear! Your skin will not actually peel away – rather it will be gently resurfaced to be rid of impurities, fine line appearance improved, and overall skin tone evened out. 

 

Simple to use and easy to add into your skincare routine

Safer ingredients aside, this peel also sold me on how simple it was to add to my skincare routine. Forget the 10 step skincare routine before bed. You can see amazing results in 3 simple steps with the Overnight Resurfacing Peel. 

The results are in...

I can talk about the benefits of this product all day long, but talk is cheap – let’s see some results! Below are my before and after pictures taken only 2 weeks after my start date of using this peel. 

Both photos were taken in the morning, so excuse my bedhead! I use the peel 3x a week (M, W, F). See the results for yourself!

Before/After (left/right), taken 2 weeks apart. 

You can see my overall skin tone is improved, more even, and brighter. I had some hyper pigmentation and acne scarring that has drastically improved. I’m excited to wake up the morning after using the resurfacing peel, to see how my skin has improved overnight.

Questions about Beautycounter? Please reach out to me at thelovelytwist@gmail.com, or find me on Instagram @the_lovelytwist! I’m happy to chat and share more about this product or any other’s you’re interested in. 

Also, for a limited time, Beautycounter is offering 20% off site wide. If you’re ready to try this peel for yourself, now is the time!

Head here to shop, and enter code LOVE at checkout for 20% savings! 

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