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When I was asked about trying Skincerity I have to admit that I was a little bit sceptical as to the claims it made. It sounded too good to be true.
Nightly Breathable Masque
The key to a functionally rejuvenating masque is breathability. In fact, studies have shown that if a facial masque isn’t breathable, it’s not healthy for your skin. Skincerity by NuCerity is the world’s only breathable masque clinically proven to improve the health of your skin. It’s our Breathable Barrier® technology, which seals in your own natural moisture to deeply hydrate your skin that makes the difference. Engineered by biomedical experts and validated by numerous dermatologic research studies supported by the National Institutes of Health, Skincerity by NuCerity has been shown to be substantially more effective than over-the-counter creams in delivering a higher nutrient content into the skin. Simply roll on before you go to bed, and Skincerity by NuCerity takes care of the rest. – Skincerity by Nucerity
Ingredients: Acetone, Fluoropolymer, Tocopherol Acetate (Vitamin E), Acrylic Polymer, Water, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Oil, Fragrance.
- Breathable barrier works while you sleep to seal in natural moisture and simultaneously allow the skin to breathe
- Deep cleans on contact and flash-dries in seconds
- Delivers a continual source of nutrients to combat sun damage
- Reduces appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and enlarged pores on face, hands, neck, or chest
It’s a pretty simple concept. You just roll Skincerity over your skin, after your nightly skin care routine and allow it to dry. It dries incredibly quickly. The Skincerity forms a breathable masque, essentially keeping in all the skins moisture that you would lose during the night; plus it amplifies any skin care products you use by a considerable amount.
All you have to do the following morning, is simply wash off the masque with warm water. You do feel a little bit like a shedding snake the next morning, as it peels off.
Though, I have to admit, I actually like peeling the masque off. I find it very satisfying – reminds me of when you’re a kid and you paint your hands with glue and peel it off! I know you’ve all done it, mhmmm.
Once you have washed off the Skincerity, your skin feels so incredibly, plumped, bouncy and soft. I could really feel a difference in my skin. I’ve been using it religiously every night after doing my nightly skin care routine.
It’s such a great product for someone like myself, that suffers with dry skin. Plus, you can use it anywhere your skin needs it too.
Takes seconds to roller on to your skin and a couple of minutes to remove the next morning.
The only minor downside I can see, is that it does have a really strong smell from the Acetone (I can hear the panic of using Acetone in a skin care product) but that dissipates and then smells like apples within a few seconds of applying. However, if you are particularly sensitive to strong smells, you might not get on with this product.
Acetone is used in a variety of general medical and cosmetic applications and is also listed as a component in food additives and food packaging. Dermatologists use acetone with alcohol for acne treatments to peel dry skin.
Acetone is commonly used in chemical peeling. Common agents used today for chemical peels are salicylic acid, glycolic acid, 30% salicylic acid in ethanol, and trichloroacetic acid (TCA). Prior to chemexfoliation, the skin is cleaned and excess fat removed in a process called defatting. Acetone, Septisol, or a combination of these agents is commonly used in this process.
I’m personally not sure how I feel about this product containing Acetone, medical grade or not but I can’t deny that it does work. I have sensitive skin and I had no irritation using this product at all. All I can say, is that I’ve only seen beneficial results.
After further clarification I can confirm that the Acetone in Skincerity is pharmaceutical grade and is there to sterilize the skin and the rollerball. After all, you don’t want to seal in bacteria on the skin when using your Skincerity. Or contaminate the bottle with the roller either. It just makes sense to keep everything sterile as possible.
It also serves to create the micro pores in the masque which makes it breathable. The acetone isn’t on the skin long enough to actually penetrate the skin before it evaporates. It’s already served its purposes to keep things sterile.
I’m very happy with the results I’ve seen.
Where Can I Purchase Skincerity ?
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