Product Review: Exuviance Bionic Oxygen Facial

One of the perks of having a fashion and beauty blog is that I get sent a lot of beauty products to test out and review.

Last week, I received a nice little care package from Harper’s Bazaar containing a full-size version of Exuviance Bionic Oxygen Facial. Thank god it was full-size, since I’ve been using it every single day since I tried it. (According to the directions, you’re supposed to use it 3 to 4 times a week, but I don’t care. I’m obsessed.)

Yes, I love it. But I must say, it took me a little while to get used to it. It tickles. Seriously tickles. Like when you’re getting a pedicure and the technician is scrubbing the bottom of your feet with that brush and you’re holding on to the sides of the pedi-chair with a death grip tickles.

There’s a lot oxygenating happening on your face, and you have to leave it on for five minutes. But trust me when I say, it’s totally worth it. When you rinse it off, you’ll feel like you’ve birthed new skin.

My face was noticeably brighter after the first use and felt perfectly toned and balanced. My skin tends to feel a bit dry and taut after cleansing, but not with Exuviance. I actually kept checking myself in the mirror throughout the day because I couldn’t get over how healthy my skin looked.

Exuviance’s magical formula is a combination of molecular Oxygen for detoxification and collagen stimulation and a special Bionic Complex. Yeah, I have no idea what that means, but whatever it is, it works. And now I feel like Jaime Sommers. (If you have no idea who Jaime Sommers is, you’re probably too young to even need this product. Google her. Then you’ll understand the reference.)

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Get Exuviance Bionic Oxygen Facial today at Amazon!

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