Dr. G Peeling Gel – Is It Worth It?

Dr. G Peeling Gel – Is It Worth It?

The Dr. G Peeling Gel – is it worth it? In my kick of reviewing internet famous beauty products, I came across Dr. G Peeling Gel via a recommendation of a friend. She told me she uses it once a week and it “makes her glow”. Well, I don’t know about you ladies, but I want to glow. That’s the goal of all skin care – bright, clear, happy, glowing skin!

So, I bought the peel on Amazon for about $15 and tried it out the second it arrived.

Start by washing your face and keeping a bit of water on your skin. Squeeze a nickel-sized amount on your fingers and roll it onto your face. You may need a bit more peel gel. If so, apply more. Then, roll the gel all around your face. Yes, rolling a gel sounds kinda strange, I know, but the gel works its magic by picking up dead skin and thus forming a more concrete substance. Hence, you can quickly start to roll the gel.

Dr. G's peeling gel, cactus painting
Dr. G's peeling gel, cactus painting
Dr. G's peeling gel, cactus painting

I like to spend a couple minutes rolling the gel around my face until it’s hard to do so anymore. Then, I rinse my face off and moisturize with my favorite oil. Afterward, my skin ALWAYS feels clean and fresh. I swear I can tell it looks brighter after a use, as well, though I think the real change doesn’t happen until after a few weeks of steady use.

Dr. G Peeling Gel is known for being really nice to sensitive skin (yay!) The black willow helps clear your skin and the¬†honey, trehalose and hollyhock help skin stay moisturized. Basically, those harsh chemical peels you can get at the spa maybe aren’t the best option. Instead, try this at-home peel for a fraction of the cost. I think you’d be surprised at the results. A friend even recommended using it right after the Aztec Clay Mask, so you can combine these two into your skin care routine easily.

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