10 Best At-Home Peels -- and the 4 Worst
These facial peels either left readers' skin glowing and healthy, or painfully irritated
Why: Readers say this peel did not live up to their expectations, compared to other "high performing Elizabeth Arden products." They all had issues with the product's packaging, which comes with a brush to dip into the jar and apply the cream. One reader "felt the brush was useless," and another reader disliked having to use the brush because "it can deteriorate the quality of the product." Other readers say this peel is "hard to apply" and "takes a bit of time to dry." Another reader calls it a "waste of money." "It was messy, took forever to dry, and produced no noticeable results," she says.
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