There are some skincare products that are an instant hit for me,
and Paula’s Choice RESIST Daily Smoothing Treatment is one of them. I’ve been using it for more than three months, so I’ve got plenty of experience with this terrific treatment product.
Paula’s Choice RESIST Daily Smoothing Treatment contains 5% AHA/Glycolic Acid and is suitable for both normal and dry skin. It’s not the least bit irritating. 5% AHA is what I think of as a “starter” percentage of glycolic acid. Because my skin is somewhat sensitive, I find 5% to be the perfect amount for me.
According to the product label, Daily Smoothing Treatment:
- smooths wrinkles
- reduces multiple signs of skin aging
- reveals radiant skin
For me, it makes my skin feel smoother and softer. My wrinkles don’t feel as deep. And my skin does look brighter. It feels better all around. Because the product is an exfoliator, I believe that it helps my other skincare products work better by removing dead skin cells even when I don’t have time to use another physical or chemical exfoliator or scrub.
The medium weight beige-orange cream is not heavy on the skin, and it dries quickly. I tend to use it only at night because I use a vitamin C serum during the day, but you can use it twice a day if you prefer.
Paula’s Choice RESIST Daily Smoothing Treatment contains 50 ml/1.7 fl. oz. and is priced at $33. As I mentioned, I’ve been using it for more than 3 months and there’s plenty left in the pump bottle. It’s a keeper for me!
Paula’s Choice Brand
I’ve written about Paula’s Choice skincare products many times in the past. I honestly think Paula’s Choice gives you the most bang for your buck when it comes to skincare. The products are a good value and are generally affordable. Plus Paula’s Choice has frequent 15-20% off sales and free shipping. Paula’s Choice products are fragrance-free and cruelty-free.
When I first started blogging, I discovered Paula Begoun’s huge rating and review system for all brands of skincare products on the market. I found it to be indispensable. I figure if she and her staff have tested so many different skincare products, she would know what to include and what to avoid in her own skincare line. Oddly enough, I can’t find the rating and review online now. Perhaps with the growth of her own product line, it no longer made sense for her Research Team to rate other’s products since they had a stake in the game. At any rate, the Paula’s Choice website still has a huge Ingredient Dictionary, and it gives tips on skincare and makeup issues as well. Definitely worth checking out if you haven’t already.