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Magic peeling glove

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have anyone heard or use this product ? MAGIC PEELING - natural skin care, peeling exfoliating scrub, replaces chemical peeling.
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Re: magic peeling glove.

what a huge rip off- get this instead: the Body Benefits Body Polishing Bath & Shower Cloth or the Salux Nylon Japanese Beauty Skin Bath Wash Cloth- they are like $3-6 bucks, lasts forever and works the same! i buy them in bulk whenever i see them because my friends all want one, and my mother steals them from me when she visits.
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Re: magic peeling glove.

Originally Posted by brewgrl View Post
what a huge rip off- get this instead: the Body Benefits Body Polishing Bath & Shower Cloth or the Salux Nylon Japanese Beauty Skin Bath Wash Cloth- they are like $3-6 bucks, lasts forever and works the same! i buy them in bulk whenever i see them because my friends all want one, and my mother steals them from me when she visits.
Thanks!!
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Really, it looks like an exfoliating glove. Nothing magic about it. brewgrl gave a good rec for one or here's a couple more. hth The Body Shop: Hemp Body Mitt, hemp, body mitt, hemp mitt, scrub, body scrub, scrubs, exfoliant, bath mitts, washcloth, loofah, bath lily
The Body Shop: Skin Sponge, washcloth, pads, face cloth, skin, sponge, sponges, body sponge
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what is this stuff?
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An exfoliating glove is a glove you wear when you wash your face.
The material is a bit coarse so it exfoliates your skin while you wash it.

My only concern is that bacteria can build up on them so they should be washed daily, like a wash cloth.

Because I have a lot of breakouts, I don't take the chance on excess bacteria so I exfoliate with soap and baking soda mixed together.
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Originally Posted by Colorlicious View Post
what is this stuff?
Well....I guess I could move this thread to the Bath, Body, Beauty in General forum because I believe she's asking about a body exfoliating glove/mitt. You use a body scrub with it in the shower and it exfoliates.
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wow that Hemp Body Mitt looks harsh?
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the polishing exfoliating cloths are very abrasive as well... i like them better than the hemp ones mainly because they are synthetic and do not break down like organic materials do in damp conditions. i also like the cloths better than gloves for one reason, but its a major reason- because you can get all areas of your back! i am not so flexible that i feel a though i am getting my entire back, and that's best part- like having your back scratched in the shower.
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i bought one for .99 cent at Walgreens. lol I dont use it very often though.
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Re: Magic peeling glove

thanks a lot for ur replies,i have a lot of acne brown marks all over my body due to skin infection , i am looking for any nice product that might remove these marks .
my dermatologist had suggested triluma its nice but i wish i can use something that takes less time and removes these marks from my body.
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I haven't tried or seen this,,, but I don't think I would use it. I think I'd just stick with a nice exfoliator.
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Better to use a normal soft wash cloth. If the glove is too harsh or abrasive, it would do more harm than good!
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i use exfoliating gloves everyday and i haven't had problems of any kind. my skin is great. i wash them just like i wash my towels and washcloths.

i should mention that i don't use them on my face, though. just on my body. fyi

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I think I would stay away from it and just use a softer wash cloth with some anti-bacterial soap to try and clear the acne up. That might be too abrasive for you.
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