Wake up to a fresh complexion with Filorga Sleep and Peel
The idea of going to bed at night and waking up to a fresh, rejuvenated complexion is oh so appealing, and that’s exactly what’s on offer with the Filorga Sleep and Peel resurfacing night cream. Let’s take a closer look to find out just what this nourishing night cream is capable of, and how to use it.
The lowdown on Filorga Sleep and Peel
This night peel contains a clever blend of hydroxy acids (both AHA acids and BHA acids) to provide a deep exfoliating action. Night time is actually the best time to treat your skin, as the body is relaxed and receptive, and this cream works throughout the night to peel away dead skin cells and smooth the skin, leaving your face looking and feeling brighter, fresher and firmer. With continued use, you should be able to see a real difference with fine lines, sun spots and other skin imperfections. As well as the peeling action, Filorga Sleep and Peel
works to provide a deep-penetration moisturising and nourishing treatment, to ensure that you wake up to a well-hydrated, radiant-looking complexion.
As with any skincare product containing AHA and BHA acids, it is important to use a daytime moisturiser containing SPF elements, as hydroxy acids can cause heightened sensitivity to sunlight, but SPF moisturisers are a good idea anyway, so it’s sensible to switch to these regardless.
Our Filorga Sleep and Peel review
Our testers started out using the Filorga Sleep and Peel night cream every other night, just to check for any sensitivity. None of the testers experienced any adverse reactions, but you should always tread carefully with any product containing hydroxy acids, to ensure your skin tolerates it well. When you apply it, taking care to avoid the eye area and any sore skin, there’s definitely a slight tingle, which is the active ingredients getting to work. That disappears after just a minute or two, and you can settle down to a good night’s rest.