Brighten Naturally: Farmaesthetics Sweet Milk Facial Exfoliate

Bright, luminescent, and balanced complexion is difficult to achieve as one gets older. Some products brighten and the sacrifice of reducing moisture or causing breakouts. Personally, I am always on the lookout for skincare products that help achieve a youthful and radiant look whilst being gentle on my skin. Recently, I've found this gentle luxury in the Famaesthetics Sweet Milk Facial Exfoliate.

[caption id="attachment_3606" align="aligncenter" width="600"]Farmaesthetics Farmaesthetics Sweet Milk + Lavender Exfoliate[/caption]

When mixed with the Fine Herbal Cleanser, this herbal exfoliate promises to make a creamy, freshly fragrant lather that is easily applied, to remove tired skin cells. Gentle enough to use in daily cleansing, or apply weekly as a mask to further the effects of the milk's natural lactic acid to soften, brighten and revive the complexion.

I only had the exfoliate to work with, but I love lathering it onto my skin with some warm water. The scent is so sweet it leaves me feeling indulgent and quite honestly, a little guilty. The end result is a fresh looking face I haven't seen in years.

Farmaesthetics products are 100% natural, hypo-allergenic, non-irritating, and dermatological tested without animal testing. Unlike many natural products, these beauties have a certified shelf-life of 2 years from the date of opening.

[caption id="attachment_3607" align="aligncenter" width="600"]Farmaesthetics Farmaesthetics is made with natural ingredients that are gentle on the skin[/caption]

The Famaestheics Sweet Milk Facial Exfoliate Series comes in three different types:

  • SWEET MILK & LAVENDER BUDS, to brighten & maintain a balanced complexion

  • SWEET MILK & CHAMOMILE FLOWERS, for restoring the glow of health to sensitive complexions

  • SWEET MILK & ORANGE PEEL, for balancing an oily or congested complexion

Disclosure: This post contains product(s) sent to me for PR consideration. All opinions are the honest opinions of the author only.

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