A Review: Pacifica Glow Baby Body Peel.

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Hey y’all! It’s a new week and I’ve got a new review… I actually just used the last drop of this, so I’m equipped to spill all my thoughts.

It’s Pacifica’s Glow Baby Body Peel!

Whenever I take a bath, I’m into using body masks, peels, etc. And I take a bath at least twice a week — usually after a workout so I can soak my muscles.

So, when I saw this body peel from Pacifica, I was super pumped, because I generally love Pacifica’s products.

Here are the ingredients for the Glow Baby Body Peel:

  • Vitamin C: Powerful antioxidant that promotes skin glow
  • AHAs: Skin renewing agent gently exfoliates skin
  • Aloe: Helps to moisturize, hydrate and soothe skin
  • Carrot seed oil: has antioxidant properties and helps support brighter skin

It comes in a cute little tub (that would be great to reuse). But the scent… you guys. It’s got this mix of citrus that brings me right back to when Bath & Body Works had its own line of sunless tanner.

Does anyone remember that?

I loved the scent of it and now this smells exactly like it (it’s not that sunless tanner smell, it’s like a sweet grapefruit scent).

Anyway! I haven’t put this on my whole body, but I put it on my neck, chest, and shoulders at least once a week. It’s not a harsh peel — you could use it a few times per week.

But, I let it sit for 10 minutes, and then rinse. It leaves my skin feeling moisturized and soft, and I will definitely be buying more!

The Pacifica Glow Baby line has other products including a face wash, peel pads, face lotion, and a serum.

Have you used any of the Glow Baby products? What should I try next?

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