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Get the Glow with Scalisi Skincare Cleanser and Exfoliator

Is the changing weather drying your skin out and making it look dull?

According to Jeannette Graf, assistant clinical professor of Dermatology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York City, skin looks radiant when its smooth enough to reflect light.

"Dead skin cells pile up, diffusing the light and making skin dull”

With the weather drying out your skin and slowing the skin cells turnover rate, your skin can appear tired and dull during the coming seasons. Our solution? Scalisi Skincare Cleanser and Exfoliator!

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It’s gentle enough to use every day and the micro beads in the mix help exfoliate and cleanse the skin in one go!

“This daily "mini facial" promises soft, glowing skin in a flash”

The time released Vitamins A, C & E help protect skin cells against free radicals and environmental exposure and Jojoba, Macadamia and Sunflower Oils hydrate the skin to prevent it from drying out in the Fall/Winter weather.

Read more: 5 Steps to Reboot Your Skincare Routine for Fall

Product Application:  Massage onto wet skin using circular motions for one to two minutes.  Rinse with warm water.

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See how HalfStack Magazine’s Denise uses it in her skincare routine here!

Insider Tip: Use Scalisi Skincare Cleanser and Exfoliator with your favorite skin cleansing device like Clarisonic for optimal results!

Proven Results: 91% of the women said it improves the appearance of their skin and feels like they had a mini-facial after 3 weeks.

Read more: Quick and Easy Beauty Tips for Better Skin

What’s more amazing is Scalisi Skincare Cleanser and Exfoliator was featured in Examiner as one of the Top 6 Facial Cleansers That Really Go Skin Deep and CosmoBiz Salon’s ultimate Beauty Recommendations!


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