Jan Marini is my go-to line for skincare. They've never let me down and they are constantly striving to make the best, scientifically proven products to improve my skin. Plus their Antioxidant Daily Face Protectant has been my favorite for years; no one has come close to performing as well as that sunscreen.
Jan Marini released the Instant Refining Exfoliator as a limited edition last year around the holidays. Due to its popularity, it's since been added to their permanent line.
This exfoliator is gentle enough to use three times per week (or more, depending on your skin), but it has enough oopmh to keep your skin feeling soft, smooth and even. What makes this scrub different is the beads it uses to exfoliate your skin. Many scrubs contain bits of pits, which can tear the skin. Some scrubs contain tiny synthetic beads that can over scrub. Jan Marini Instant Refining Exoliator actually contains self-dissolving beads that wear away as you exfoliate, making it hard to overdo it. And the second ingredient in this? Glycolic acid. Not only are you getting a mechanical exfoliation, but a chemical one as well.
You can pick this up in select boutiques and spas or online at JanMarini.com for $90.00. And I have one to giveaway for Gouldylox Subscribers!
To enter, just leave a comment telling me what your favorite skin care line is and become a Fan of Jan Marini on Facebook. I'll pick someone (with the help of Random.org) on May 15th . US only please. Be sure to leave your email or way to contact you in the event you are chosen. The winner will be notified by email and must respond in 48 hours to claim the prize. Want extra entries? Promote the contest on Facebook or Twitter and leave me an extra comment telling me you shared the love. Like GR on Facebook and follow Gouldylox on Google and get extra, extra entries! Still need more ways to enter? Submit this contest to Stumble Upon or other similar sites. THIS CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED AND THE WINNER HAS BEEN NOTIFIED BY EMAIL.
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