Grape Seed Foaming Face Polish Review #ad

Thursday, October 03, 2013 Posted by Dina N

The Grape Seed Foaming Face Polish I received for review from Nutra-Lift promises to combine a mask, cleanser, and toner in one. The polish contains Muscadine grape seeds and skins in an organic honey base.

I've started using it in the shower to get rid of those dead skin cells on my face. The scent is pleasant but a tad unusual, I can't really put my finger on it. The polish has a brownish chocolatey color with the tiny seeds and grape skin fragments visible. I love it when I can recognize almost everything in the list of ingredients. I also like to see that some are certified organic. Yay for eco-friendly skincare! It cleaned my face nicely and left my skin feeling smooth and refreshed. While I was using the polish, it felt a little scratchy but it did not irritate my skin. This mild abrasive action comes from volcanic pumice and blueberry skins. It helps unclog pores nicely and even out skin texture.

Why use those particular grapes, I wondered. It turns out the Muscadine grape has up to 2500 percent more anti-oxidants, phenols and flavonoids than any other fruit or berry. Now that's one powerful fruit. I already knew that grapes are high in resveratrol which promises to reduce the aging process up to 80 percent. While I have no way to measure that, I know I love the face polish. I do not use it every day but a couple of times per week as recommended works well to clean and smooth my face.

You can get a 4 oz jar of Grape Seed Foaming Face Polish for $23 at the Nutra-Lift website.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

2 comments:

  1. Jane said...

    I've never tried any facial products with grape seeds, but I'll definitely look for them because of the anti-oxidants.

  2. cheryl c said...

    I need to try something like this. I want something that is somewhat abrasive, yet gentle.

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