You’ve seen this product on the blog before, but I really wanted to put the spotlight on Vasanti’s Brighten Up! Enzymatic Face Rejuvenator because it’s a product that not only I absolutely love, but it’s one that truly works.
When you think about your skincare routine, the products that you’ll typically use are a cleanser, toner, moisturizer and a serum. One product that I have neglected up until a few months ago is an exfoliator. Yes, a cleanser does exactly what it’s called, it cleanses your face from dirt and excess oil, but over time, your skin becomes dull from dead skin build up and clogged pores. Cleansers merely clean the surface, but the micro-crystals in this gentle scrub really penetrates deep down to remove dead skin, unclog pores to prevent breakouts, and help to prevent fine lines from appearing.
I have acne-prone skin and tend to breakout when I’m stressed. After having used this exfoliator, my skin is so smooth and bright and I have had fewer breakouts. I hate to admit (but I’m human after all!) that I have acne scarring, especially on my forehead, but with this exfoliator, I noticed that the scarring is diminishing.
The exfoliator is made up with Papaya Enzyme, Aloe-enriched cream gel, coconut and panthenol. Regardless of what skin type you have, the exfoliator is gentle enough to be used on the even the most sensitive skin. What’s more, it’s cruelty-free, vegan-free, gluten-free, 99% natural, paraben-free, sulfate-free, AND it’s made in Canada!
The directions suggest using it every other day, but I’m guilty of sometimes using it on consecutive days. Sometimes after a long day, my skin feels gunky and it needs a refresh and this product does the trick. A little goes a long way, so a 120g bottle should last you 6 months, amazing right?!
You can purchase the Brighten Up! Enzymatic Face Rejuvenator on their website or on Shopper’s Drugmart’s Beauty Boutique. I’m positive that after you try this product, you’ll fall in love with it and include it in our skincare routine.
Let me know your thoughts in the comments below. Until next time!