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Skin Care Review: Mychelle Incredible Pumpkin Peel

by Dilfuza


non chemical exfoliant


i bought this cream reading numerous reviews. i am 32 with dull and thik skin, enlarged pores, some melasma and hyperpigmentation, black heads - in general whole package!. i needed something not that harsh between the chemical peels. it does what is says gives instant glow. It recommends to use 2-5 minutes not longer, I keep it 30-40 minutes no problem just a light stinging at the beginning then it stops. i get some flaking a day or 2 after nothing major. i recommend this for sensitive and normal skin type. for oily and thick skin you probable need something more stronger to see results. i use it very seldom before any event , gives u that inner glow for a special day.

good for sensative and normal skin.

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