Juice Beauty Green Apple Peel Sensitive Exfoliating Mask Review

Hello, hello!

Today I’m reviewing the Juice Beauty Green Apple Peel Sensitive Exfoliating Mask that came in my November Petit Vour box. [info in italics taken from the Petit Vour website]

Juice Beauty Green Apple Peel Sensitive

Reveal a brighter complexion with this potent alpha and beta hydroxy acid mask that delivers spa-grade exfoliation, while reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as dark spots and discoloration, for optimum age-defying results.

designed for all skin types (except sensitive skin), 20’s and up and is effective for helping uneven skin tone and texture. NOTE: The Juice Beauty GREEN APPLE® Brightening Collection is not designed for very sensitive or rosacea skin due to the alpha/beta hydroxy fruit acids.

This acid peel / mask is not recommended for sensitive skin, but I did a patch test (two actually), one on my wrist, and when that showed no signs of reaction, I did a second test on my neck before trying it out on my face. I can safely say that my sensitive skin CAN tolerate this peel / exfoliating mask! There is some very minor tingle, but within what I would consider to be a safe amount, and my skin is a little pink, but it fades back to normal quite quickly after using.

All in all, I like this one. It helps to brighten and even out skintone, and can help with fine lines.

However, I will caution you if you sensitive skin, or have never used alpha or beta hydroxy acid, to please do a patch test before trying on your face. My skin has reacted badly to some acid type peels in the past – so please be careful!

Have you tried this exfoliating peel mask? Have you ever reacted to a peel type mask?

Thanks for reading

abrashattitude.com have a beautiful day!

Disclosure: This came in my Petit Vour subscription box that I pay for.


6 thoughts on “Juice Beauty Green Apple Peel Sensitive Exfoliating Mask Review

  1. My skin has reacted to quite a few products in the past – but for some reason I’ve never had an issue with products that state “not suitable for sensitive skin”. It’s usually the safe-sounding all natural stuff that my skin has an issue with sometimes . My guess is that it’s a botanical ingredient which I’ll never be able to trace because it’s part of the product’s fragrance and as such it doesn’t have to be listed…

    Anyhoo, this product sounds great, and I’m happy that your skin tolerates it.

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