Ren Glycol Lactic Radiance Renewal Mask Review

Hello, hello!

Sorry for the lateness of today’s blog post, my poor laptop is having some problems, eep!

Onto the review!

Ren Glycol Lactic Radiance Renewal Mask

I’ve tried the Ren Glycol Lactic Radiance Renewal Mask long before I started blogging, and when I got it in my December Ipsy Glam bag, I felt that I should finally review it. The description in italics is taken from the Sephora website:

What it is:
An instant complexion-perfecting mask that brightens and renews skintone and texture, minimizes pores, diminishes hyperpigmentation, and reduces the appearance of fine lines in as little as 10 minutes.

What it is formulated to do:
A cocktail of four acids including glycolic acid from pinneapple, lactic acid from passion fruit, citric acid from lemon, and tartaric acid from grape create multiaction exfoliation. It lifts dead skin and resurfaces to dramatically improve skintone, texture, firmness, and radiance, while minimizing the appearance of pores and reducing sun damage, hyperpigmentation, and old acne scars.

This is one of the few acid peel type masks that my sensitive skin can handle – which funny because it says that it is not recommended for people with sensitive skin! As always, if you have sensitive skin, don’t forget to do a patch test on your arm or neck before trying it on your face.

Ren Glycol Lactic Radiance Renewal Mask

My skin is always so fresh and bright looking after using it. At $68 (Canadian) for the full size, it is on the expensive side, but a little goes a long way. I’ve gotten several uses (at least three so far) from my deluxe sample sized tube, and I’d guess that I’m not even half way through it.

Have you tried this? Do you have a fave acid type peel / mask?

Thanks for reading and have a beautiful day! ❤

Disclosure: Sample from monthly Ipsy Glam Bag subscription that I pay for.

24 thoughts on “Ren Glycol Lactic Radiance Renewal Mask Review

  1. I opened my bottle of this about a month ago and I was slightly underwhelmed. It’s good that it doesn’t sting my skin but I didn’t feel it exfoliated that well. I’d heard so much hype about this… maybe my expectations were too high! I actually think the Andalou Pumpkin Honey Glycolic Mask was more effective.

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      1. Sorry about that, hun. My comment was very poorly worded. I’m well aware you’ve had quite a few horrific reactions to products – you said it here and before. I even remember that your skin might react to bath products…

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  2. Oooh that sounds like a great combo of ingredients and it’s nice to know that it doesn’t irritate your sensitive skin (I definitely would have though it would!) – I have sensitive skin too so it’s always hard to find products with active ingredients that work for me. 🙂

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