This is Japan’s number one exfoliator and my friend Dinna is a big fan.

They say that it is the most gentle and efficient exfoliating gel in the market and that it combats spots, pigmentation, pimples, blackheads, dry skin, oily skin, wrinkles, and dull skin – all caused by dead skin.

How to use it?

After washing your face and toweling it dry, pump a dab of the gel and massage it onto your face for about a minute. Before the minute ends, your face is almost dry and you’ll see some... well, libag-looking stuff, which should contain your face’s dead skin. Rinse that off with water and then you can continue with your usual beauty routine.

I tried it myself and it’s amazing how my face felt super clean after.

You can also use this natural aqua gel in other body parts like your elbows, armpits, nape, and your singit! How often should you exfoliate? Twice a week.

Cure costs P1500 and it can last up to 3 to 4 months if you follow the one pump per use twice a week. Sulit, right?

It is 90% water but other ingredients are aloe barbadensis leaf extract (a moisturizer), gingko biloba prevents freckles and age spots, also a moisturizer), rosemarinus officinalis leaf extract (anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial, prevents acne), glycerin (a moisturizing ingredient), crosspolymer (used as a thickener, used by ophthalmologists for eye surgery), dicocodimononium chloride steartimonium bromide (reacts to old and dead skin, used commonly in conditioners), and butylenes glycol (color- and scent-free moisturizing liquid).

Cure is available in Beauty Bar and Rustan’s The Beauty Source in Shangri-la and Makati.

Any teen or adult in the family would love this hygiene product. I fell in love the first time I tried it.

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