Marks and Spencer FORMULA INNOVATE Radiance Reveal Peel


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It’s that time of year when after a Winter of trying to justify the need to always have chocolate and a glass of wine close to hand, I’ve pulled my Nutribullet out from the depths of my cupboard, dusted it down and made my first smoothie of the year ūüôā¬† I decided to start with my own recipe of Apple, Carrot and Ginger and have to say it was absolutely disgusting!¬† But filled with promises of boundless energy and a healthier me, it’s going to be another year of me drinking lots of weird and wonderful fruit and vegetable concoctions.


Marks and Spencer FORMULA INNOVATE Radiance Reveal Peel

On a recent visit to Marks and Spencer I was asking about another one of their beauty products when I was shown FORMULA INNOVATE Radiance Reveal Peel.¬† An exfoliating peel¬†gel that activates on contact with the skin to roll, lift and sweep away dead skin cells.¬† I wasn’t actually shopping for an exfoliator but after trying it out on the back of my hand, I thought I would give it a try and I’m really pleased I have.

The box says “refines pores and reduces the appearance of imperfections.¬† Complexion appears revitalised, radiant and refined”

Massage a small amount of the clear gel on to cleansed, dry skin.¬† ¬†It does take a few seconds of massaging until you’ll start seeing the exfoliated white bobbles appear.¬† Once your happy that the exfoliation is complete, rinse with warm water.¬† It does have a lovely, very faint perfume, doesn’t irritate and left my skin feeling very refreshed, cool and ready for my morning skin care regime.

They say to “use whenever dull skin needs a lift” – I use retinol on alternate nights and have started to use Radiance Reveal Peel the following morning.¬† It lifts away any dead skin and does leave my skin looking more even toned and glowing, without any irritation.

At ¬£17.50 I think it’s a good product, reasonably priced, leaves my skin feeling and looking better and very importantly, doesn’t irritate.



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