The Best Facial Peels for Hyperpigmentation: 33K Reviews
Based on 32,903 Influenster Reviews
Hyperpigmentation doesn't have to be a skin concern you have to live with. Today, there are a number of facial peels offering up potent ingredients set to help your skin even and clear. Based on 32K reviews, here are the peels that Influensters turn to to fight hyperpigmenation.
The product, like most other exfoliating face peels, contains AHA (alphahydroxy acid), this chemically sloughs off the top layer of dead skin cells instead of mechanically/physically like a granular face scrub exfoliator. AHAs help to brighten the face and bring a supple, hydrated skin to the surface.
The scent is fairly organic meaning you don't smell any strong chemical scents nor any fake, drying perfumes/fragrance. It simply smells like you blended some apples with lemon juice. Also like all face peels a mild burning/stinging sensation is to be expected - that's just the AHA doing it's job and reacting with the pH of your skin. After removing with wet wash cloth my skin is much noticeably brighter and softer from the very first use. After about the 3rd time or so my dark spots/hyperpigmentation from acne scars start to fade. ...read more
Not only does it pull up the impurities from the skin's pores, but it also gets rid of the dead layer of skin with no use of micro/exfoliation beads....My skin feels great after. ...read more
I really wanted to wait to use both phases of this product, but I just
couldn't - it is TOO good. I really like the bottle - it's stunning and
sleek. So far, I'm only on phase one but there has been a noticeable
difference in my skin. I will say, that I had a few underlying breakouts
and after the first use, this brought them to the surface and helped
clear them. The texture of my skin is improving and the tone is becoming
has a beautiful, soft floral scent - it's not overwhelming, so if you
are not a fan of florals, do not let that deter you from trying this
amazing product out. Phase one has a serum like consistency, more on the
watery side. I've read some reviews where people complain that it's
sticky, but it's just a bit sticky if you massage it into the skin for
too long. I massage it on for about 30 seconds, then let my skin absorb
the rest and I don't have any issues with stickiness. I don't have any
adverse affects to report like burning or stinging, so that's a plus!
I can't wait to see how my skin looks when I've completed the full 28 day regimen. This is worth the price tag for sure.
I received this product free from Influenster for review purposes but all opinions are my own.