Primera Peeling Facial Gel is probably one of the coolest products I’ve tried lately. I’ve been dying to try a Korean peeling gel, but they can be a little hard to get a hold of in the States, so I was super excited when Parcel Puppy reached out and offered me a credit to try their website. Parcel Puppy is a service that hooks you up with shoppers all over the globe so you can try all the exotic beauty products you’ve ever dreamed of. You can browse their recommended products, or put in a request for wherever you want. After you put in your request, a shopper will reach out to you if they have any questions – or just to chat! I really liked that personal aspect of the service. Once the shopper finds what you’re looking for, you pay and they ship the products to you. The shipping was super quick – always clutch when you’re eager to try some new goodies. I definitely recommend Parcel Puppy if you’re an international product junkie like me. They have flat rate shipping up to like 4 pounds so you can really go crazy!
If you haven’t heard, peeling gel is a mild chemical exfoliator for your face. The product is similar to a chemical peel, but much gentler so you can do it at home and you can like actually go outside after you use it. According to the packaging, Primera Peeling Gel “sticks to and smoothly removes surface impurities and texture and bright skin tone.” Not the best translation, but basically you rub this stuff onto your skin and all your dead skin and junk balls up and then you can easily wash it off.
It was a little hard to get a good picture, but basically you can see all the gunk on my face balling up from the Primera Peeling Gel. I know what you’re thinking – how do you know it’s not just the gel that balls up? Well, if you try to do it twice in the same area it won’t ball up the second time so it seems legit to me. I really like this product because I feel like it exfoliates nicely and makes my skin super smooth without rubbing it raw. Plus, it smells awesome.
Have you ever used a peeling gel? Is Parcel Puppy a service you’d be interested in trying? Let me know in the comments!