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Monday, April 1, 2013

Shielo Complexion Scrub Review


When we see a pretty face, others might have a different aesthetic judgement and the same goes when they say beautiful to someone and might not be for our opinion. As the saying goes, beauty is in the eye of the beholder therefore, we differ in our opinion. Despite of that, we can tell who has a glowing and healthy skin simply because it shows. Most women have beauty rituals in order to maintain the radiance, healthy, acne-free and younger looking skin.

About few weeks ago, I was happy to received the Shielo Complexion Scrub, a FREE product to try. It was just on time because my name brand facial scrub was almost gone. Shielo product arrived on time, the packaging was neat and I received the product in perfect condition.

I have been using this facial scrub for so many days now. I admit, my skin is not pimple free and using this product reveals a healthier and smoother skin tone. This product contain Allantoin which is supposed to give a moisturizing effect and increased the smoothness of the skin. Having this ingredient, it promotes cell proliferation and wound healing that maybe is the reason why; my skin is smoother.  This product also has Jojoba which is supposed to heal imperfection and condition the skin.

It contains microspheres which gently refine the skin to a new clarity and are great agent to remove blackheads. Shielo Complexion Scrub is a clarifying exfoliant for all skin types and is a good facial scrub for cellular renewal. It is gentle on the skin and can lift the dead skin cells for a healthier looking skin.

Since this product is an anti-aging scrub, using it helps to smooth the fine lines and wrinkles as well as lighten the skin discoloration for a healthier and smoother skin. Remember these ingredients of Shielo Complexion Scrub:
  • Aloe Vera Juice which is a refreshing vitamin for skin health and renewed complexion.
  • Jojoba which contains fatty acids that revitalize the skin.
  • Allantoin which soothes the skin while reducing inflammation.
I followed the direction to only use this product once or twice a week. I usually apply this product while I was in the shower and so far, it works great on my skin.

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.

14 comments:

Tamara @ Mommyland said...

Very nice thank you for sharing. sounds amazing.

Andrea said...

I am not aging yet, thank goodness, but it's never too early to start preventing. Thank you.

MikiHope said...

I definitely am aging and my skin is double proof of that! Anything that will actually help hide the age spots and other imperfections I am all for trying!

Cyndie said...

I have never heard of this brand! Will check them out!

Healy Harpster said...

I have not hear about this product before but based in your review, it sounds great and effective. I will definitely check this out!

MzBaker said...

That sounds like a great scrub. I do not do anything to prevent aging, that includes not using hair dye and I'm almost salt and pepper now. lol I would try this though!

Melinda Dunne said...

I am always looking for new facial products to try. These sound like wonderful products that could help with my fine lines.

Jennifer Williams said...

I am fighting aging every step of the way. Will definitely check this out.

Chubskulit Rose said...

That would be nice to try. Well see how effective it is on you then maybe I'll try it someday.

nova hedges said...

isn't that wonderful? thanks for sharing

Jennifer Hughes said...

Is it hypoallergenic? I have such sensitive skin.

Marms @ Mhar's Display said...

I have a normal type skin. I guess this will work for me.

Becca Wilson said...

thanks for sharing this. i love trying new skin products!

HorsingAround InLA said...

Thanks for sharing. Im always curious to learn about new skin care products as Im hesitant to try them, without knowing how its going to work first!

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