On any given day you can find me straight west coasting’ whether it’s at the beach, mountain or desert. My favorite happens to be the scorching desert. Mojave, Sonoran, Colorado, Arizona, Baja, you name it-I love it. Nothing feels better than the sand in my toes and the sun on my skin. As you can imagine, a short weekend trip to this climate not only leaves me a wee bit dried out but also finds tiny nuggets of sand in my pores. After the sun exposure, dryness and dirt, you better believe I need an amazing exfoliant to keep me pretty.
Desert goers alike, your prayers have been answered with Amarte’s Daily ExfoliPowder. With just a little water, this gentle powder lathers up into a rich, luxurious foam. It literally smells like a baby, but don’t let that fool you, this physical exfoliant will kick the dirt right off your boots. It gets all of that dirt and nasty grime off without irritating your precious skin. I know, I know, you didn’t think anything this beautifully packaged could do such a thing could you? It not only helps cleanse and slough of dead skin cells, it helps to reduce fine lines, wrinkles and hyperpigmentation. Best of all, it’s not drying at all! It left my skin smooth and supple instead of dry and tight.
Still not convinced? Don’t just take it from me-listen to one of our gorgeous customers Rosie from Fontana, California:
“Who would think a powder would work in so many great ways. This is a cleanser/exfoliant in one. I love it! You sprinkle a little on wet hands and it lathers up to a rich creamy foam. It contains wheat and rice bran which help scrub away all the dirt, grime and dead skin cells. It left my skin feeling clean but not dry, and I had a few breakouts around my chin that cleared up in about 2 days compared to a week (when using other products). This is great for travel and can also be used on the body. This bottle has enough cleanser to last you at least 3 months. It also has a light baby powder fragrance to it.”
PS – You can also use Amarte’s Daily ExfoliPowder on your décolleté, neck, arms, hands, well… pretty much anywhere. See you in the sand!