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Not All Exfoliants are the Same: Introducing the ExfoliPowder

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For years, I struggled with skin issues and in the past year and a half I've finally overcome my blemishes and have clear skin. But now my new skin obsession has begun and I’m on a never-ending quest for more radiant skin.

I've found a few miraculous serums that have definitely helped me to achieve that lit from within glow but have yet to find the ideal exfoliant. Exfoliating is the key to sloughing off dull skin cells and unveiling the radiant skin underneath so you can imagine my frustration when the scrubs I was trying weren't doing the trick.

Having given up I settled for my Clarisonic, which I use three times a week to exfoliate. Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love my Clarisonic, but using it daily is too harsh for my sensitive skin even with the sensitive skin brushes.

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Enter the Amarté ExfoliPowder. At first I was a bit hesitant to give it a try. The fact that the exfoliator came in powdered form worried me. It brought me back to elementary school art class and all I could think was Powder + Water = Paste. But I was wrong and pleasantly surprised. The texture is creamy once activated with water and works up to a luxurious lather.

The refined, plant seed-based exfoliant gently removes dry skin that’s blocking the smooth, radiant face underneath. I love that the formula is delicate enough for daily use so my skin is constantly being refreshed without being irritated.

I tend to have a bit of red in my skin tone and that has completely evened out after using the product for a few weeks and the sunspots I accumulated from roasting in the sun when I was younger without sunscreen (the horror!) are beginning to fade. My skin feels completely smooth and the powder-based formula also helps with oil control. My face stays shine-free throughout the day.

So what is Amarté and where did they come from? Find out more about the brand here. Here’s one fun fact I found from their website: the word amarté precisely translated means ‘to love you’. The Amarté Skin Care line took that one step further by designing their logo to be two interwoven hearts in harmony expressing Amarté’s motto - ‘Love yourself. Love your skin.’ LOVE that!

 

Victoria

Follow Victoria on Twitter @VikkiMoran

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Brought up in a creative household, Victoria has always been involved in writing, music and the arts. Her upbringing and her love for fashion and beauty led her to find a career that combined these passions. After getting her start as an editorial intern at Conde Nast, Victoria became fascinated with skincare technology while in the beauty closet. After three years of interning in public relations, she landed a position at a prestigious New York beauty & fashion PR firm working with major clients from Smashbox to John Frieda. She now works at a high-end, boutique agency representing beauty, fitness and lifestyle brands. When not hard at work in the office, Victoria contributes to a number of online publications and aspires to one day create her own online magazine. Her obsessions include travel, coffee, red lipstick and Twitter. Follow her @VikkiMoran!


SKIN TYPE: Sensitive, combination skin


HAIR TYPE: Thick, long & wavy


HAIR COLOR: Blonde


COMPLEXION TYPE: Light to medium with pink undertones.


EYE COLOR: Green


BEAUTY ADDICTIONS: Davines Nounou Pak, St. Tropez Bronzing Mousse, Morrocanoil Light, Smashbox Photo Finish Hydrating Primer, Miracle Skin Transformer Body SPF 20, purminerals CC Cream with SPF 40, Chanel Chance, Jan Marini C-ESTA Eye Repair Concentrate, Dior Show Mascara, NARS Bronzer in Laguna, Dolce & Gabbana Cream Lipstick in Fire, Josie Maran Bear Naked Cleansing Wipes and my Clarisonic Mia.

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