How to Revive Dull Skin

How to Revive Dull Skin

Don’t let cooler temperatures send your skin into hibernation. Our Exfolikate Collection revives dull, tired looking skin to reveal smoother texture, improved pores and a gorgeous glow all year long! 

Here’s the lineup… 

Exfolikate Cleanser

To be used Daily for Combination to Oily Skin. Drier skin types may only want to use this a couple of times a week and opt for a cream cleanser on the other days (Goats Milk being our Best Seller).

AHA’s and Fruit Enzymes cleanse away dirt, debris and dead skin cells while revealing a dewy daily glow.

Exfolikate Intensive

Have minimal time for skincare? This is the product for you!

To be used once or twice a week as your Intensive Exfoliating Treatment. Kate calls it her ‘Super Facial’! It helps to visibly improve texture, pores and radiance in just 2 minutes. A must have for every bathroom cabinet.

Apply a light layer all over clean damp skin and leave on to work its magic for up to 2 minutes. For best results apply in the bath or shower and allow the steam to open your pores and activate the formula. If you are sensitive, you might want to dilute the treatment with a little bit of your favourite cleanser to start with for a more gentle

exfoliation or try it mixed with our Goat Milk Cleanser .

Liquid Exfolikate

Use 2 to 3 times a week as your acid exfoliation. Our acid resurfacing treatment smooths texture visibly improves pores and evens skin tone. Can be used in conjunction with Exfolikate Intensive just not on the same day.

We recommend if using both use Liquid twice a week during the week and then Intensive of a weekend as your deep treatment. This is the best form of exfoliation for blemish prone skin as it creates less irritation than a manual scrub.

Exfolikate Glow Moisturiser

For daily use. Light exfoliation and deep moisturisation replenish tired skin to reveal a smoother, healthy glow!

Packed with Pineapple, Pumpkin and Papaya fruit enzymes to ensure the perfect glowy base pre makeup.

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