Review | Benton – PHA peeling gel
A few weeks ago I got the package from Benton Cosmetics, and inside I have found this new PHA Peeling Gel. Immediately I gave it a try.
What is PHA?
The key ingredients of Benton’s PHA peeling gel
- naturally derived cellulose – derived from cotton
- third generation PHA lactobionic acid – used often in beauty saloons for glow-boosting treatments. It is very mild for skin and does not cause photosensitivity. PHA forms a moisture barrier and leaves the skin with a smooth texture
- chrysanthemum morifolium flower extract – natural moisturizing water, has soothing properties
Benton – PHA peeling gel review
Also, I have tried the peeling gel on my elbows – Benton recommends to use the gel also on elbows, heels, ankles, etc. I have noticed that this is a problematic area for a lot of people. The skin on the elbow area likes to be rough and dry. The peeling works miracles there too – skin is soft, almost baby like.
Overall I really do recommend this product. I know that for people with sensitive skin it is hard to find a good product, which would not be harsh and irritating. In this case, the Benton’s PHA peeling gel seems to be a perfect choice as it does not contains any harsh chemicals, PEGS, volatile alcohols, artificial colorants or fragrances, or any other useless fuss. The peeling is dermatologically tested and it is suitable for people with skin concerns and helps to reduce the redness thanks to the chrysanthemum flower water extract it contains.
The review is not sponsored. I got the product in exchange for an honest review.