Gentle and safe, yet effective, the Beautycounter Overnight Resurfacing Peel will give you brighter skin with a smoother texture and smaller pores.
Can you have a holiest of holy grail products? Because if HHG were a thing, the Beautycounter Overnight Resurfacing Peel would be it for me. I’ve been using this peel since August and I’ve had nothing but smooth and glowing skin ever since!
What is the Beautycounter Overnight Resurfacing Peel?
The Overnight Resurfacing Peel from Beautycounter is a gentle yet effective peel. It has four different types of AHA/BHA acids (glycolic, lactic, malic, and hyaluronic) that work together to refine,
Your skin is will wake up smoother, calmer and glowing as the peel does its magic overnight!
How do you use the peel?
You apply 1-2 pumps of the peel to freshly cleansed and dried skin. You can start using this twice a week and gradually work your way to 4-5 times per week. Since it’s gentle, it’s safe enough to use every night. Once it’s dry, you can layer any serums, oils or moisturizers on top.
I like to apply 3 pumps all over my face, under my chin, and down my neck. We start showing signs of aging quickly on our necks, so it’s important not to forget treating the delicate skin there, too.
Does the peel burn?
There is a slight tingling feeling a few seconds after you apply the Overnight Resurfacing Peel. However, it doesn’t hurt or burn. The sensation goes away in a few minutes.
If you have other products with glycolic or other AHA or BHA acids in them, I wouldn’t use the peel every night. It’s important not to stress out your skin with too many exfoliants.
How soon will it deliver results?
I noticed a difference in my skin’s texture overnight. I have oily, acne-prone skin with texture and large pores. My pores looked significantly smaller about six weeks after using the peel consistently 3 times a week.
Months later, my skin’s texture looks refined and I can hardly notice the size of my pores anymore. It’s why I consider it my holiest of holy grail Beautycounter skincare products.
In addition to improving the texutre of your skin, this peel will also lighten dark spots, lessen fine lines and wrinkles.
How much does it cost?
For a high-quality peel that’s free of fragrances, PEGs and formaldehyde-based preservatives (commonly found in peels) the Overnight Resurfacing peel costs only $63. Many peels easily cost more than this at big stores like Sephora or Ulta, but most do not have clean ingredients.