[BEAUTY]: Klairs Gentle Black Sugar Facial Polish Review

Thursday, September 04, 2014


Hello my dear merry-goers! Having dull skin lately? Looking for a suitable product to brighten and exfoliate your skin? Well, today I have a gentle facial polish to introduce to all of you courtesy of Natta Cosme is Klairs Gentle Black Sugar Facial Polish

Firstly, just to share some information with you. Exfoliating your skin is actually quite good for your skin as it removes dead skin and allows your new skin to look better. Besides that, it also helps to remove dry patches which will give you a nice polished surface for your makeup application. Applying makeup on patchy skin surface will actually make your makeup look cakey and uneven.

However, it is very important to use gentle exfoliation for your face as the skin on your face is more sensitive compared to other parts of your body. Some of the gentler exfoliation methods is using black sugar.

Black sugar actually has been proven to aid in the removal of dead skin cells and blackheads. It is a gentler exfoliation method as you can dissolve it in water before you exfoliate your skin. Besides that, it exfoliates dry skin with ease and adds a glossy smooth look to the skin.




Credits: Natta Cosme




FEATURES



- Instant moisture.
- Skin flexibility.
- Anti-aging treatment.
- Relief from minor dermatologist problems.
- To exfoliate dead skin cells.
- To remove blackheads and whiteheads while preventing new ones.
- To remove and treat flaking dry skin.




The packaging of the Black Sugar Polish is in a compact jar with a plastic cap to cover it. As you can see the contents of the black sugar polish is quite compact and one downside is that they do not provide a spatula. You can use your own spatula when using this product. The size is suitable for travelling purposes and does not take up much space.

REVIEW


 So time for the review. I have several uneven skin area which definitely needs some polishing. So let's see how well this polish works.





As you can see the content is quite concentrated and I used a spatula to take up some of the product. This is how you use the Black Sugar Polish




Credits: Natta Cosme





Use a few drops of water to slightly dissolve the sugar granules. It depends on how gentle you want your polish to be. 




Next, apply it on your face in circular motions and slowly polish your face. After exfoliating your skin, it's time to wash the polish off and see the results.



As you can see, the results are not really visible but I do feel that my skin feels cleaner and softer. There was a slightly brighter glow to my skin to. It is recommended to use the product for at least twice a week to get the optimum result. I guess I will continue to use this black sugar polish as I really love how gentle it was exfoliating my skin. 





Besides the Klairs Gentle Black Sugar Facial Polish, Natta Cosme also gave one sheet of the Klairs Rich Moist Soothing Sheet Mask. The mask is a concentrated mask containing a rich blend of nutrients and plant extracts to make your skin feeling softer and replenished. It is very important to use a mask after exfoliating your skin to replenish the moisture loss from your skin and to ensure your skin is moisturized. 



Credits: Natta Cosme




As you can see, the mask is really large and can cover every part of my face. Besides that there is also an eye flap that can pamper your eye area as well. 




Overall, I quite like the Klairs Gentle Black Sugar Facial Polish as it is a gentle exfoliation compared to other products. But for blackheads exfoliation I think I may have to use it for several times to really exfoliate it or use a stronger exfoliation product. 

Natta Cosme is selling Klairs Gentle Black Sugar Facial Polish at RM 63.20 instead of RM 79.00! Click here to see the deal

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