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Citrus Skin Polisher: An Exfoliator That Doesn't Feel Like Sandpaper On Your Face

April 9, 2008 by Bryn
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What: Intelligent Aesthetics Citrus Skin Polisher, $30

Why: By now, you likely know that regularly exfoliating your skin leads to a smoother, brighter, and more even complexion. However, if you're anything like me, you might be too tired—too sensitive—at 7 a.m. to regularly scrub what feels like sandpaper on your face. That's why I love Citrus Skin Polisher from Intelligent Aesthetics. Its mini-exfoliating spheres definitely get the job done (the smoothness, etc.) but it also contains tea tree and willow herb extracts that provide anti-inflammatory action, plus citrus fruit extracts and soothing aloe vera leaf juice to counteract the red, blotchy appearance that can form after a wash with a typical facial scrub. Besides that, it smells divine: like a delicious cup of lemon tea. I'd recommend this to anyone with an exfoliating phobia. It certainly cured mine.

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