Face Mask Friday: Rodial Super Acids X-Treme Acid Rush Peel

on June 23, 2017
Rodial Super Acids X-Treme Acid Rush Peel | Essential Twenty

When I talked about my spring favourites, I mentioned my first ever Rodial product. The Rodial Super Acids X-Treme Acid Rush Peel is a mask that I’ve fallen in love with but decided it deserved a post of its own making it this week’s face mask Friday post.

Designed as a resurfacing face peel, this deeply cleanses and exfoliates to a more radiant complexion. Looking to unveil a fresh, even and more luminous complexion (I definitely am) then I might’ve found the mask for you.

Containing fruit acids to eliminate dead skin strongly pigmented cells, glycolic acid to resurface the skin, laracare to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and a mattifying agent, this mask is definitely not a one trick pony. My skin is forever needing some sort of exfoliant, whether physical or chemical, and something to mattify. I’m not oily – in fact, my skin is on the drier end of the spectrum – but it gets quite shiny, especially when the weather is anything like it was last weekend (what a scorcher). This mask seems to tackle to shininess for a couple of days after using; whilst that’s not as long as I’d like, it does a better job than most.

Rodial Super Acids X-Treme Acid Rush Peel | Essential Twenty

The one thing that breaks my heart about this mask is that it doesn’t come cheap. At £85 for the full size (50ml), you definitely need to have some spare cash sitting about! I got this in the M&S Advent Calendar and would definitely consider picking up again if they sold a similar size to this, but £85 is just way too far out of my budget.

Oh Rodial, why have you made me fall in love when I simply can’t afford to repurchase? This is actually the first Rodial product I’ve ever tried and since I’m super impressed, I’ll definitely be looking to treat myself for some new goodies when there’s a rather large discount available!

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