Have you heard of Garancia? Well, I sure did not! Not until I got a long presentation about the brand by Farmaline.be and coincidentally I got to try Pschitt Magique twice, because I also received one in my Deauty Box! So now that I have been using this product for months... I want to let you know what I think of it!
Garancia is a French dermatology/cosmetics brand that has a long history in pharmacy with the use of plants, so when the company's founder Dr. Savéria Coste grew up she knew what she wanted to do, namely combine her love of plants with her love of cosmetics. In 2004 she came up with her first formula: Pschitt Magique New Skin, which has been awarded or nominated three times over the years. So what is it?! Pschitt Magique is a micropeeling treatment for your face without abrasive particles, which comes out of the bottle with a squirt, a "pschitt" sound, and immediately foams up in your hands.
Garancia claims that it will transform the quality of your skin texture if you use it on a daily base for an extended period. The melting mousse should remove the dead cells and give the skin the ability to regenerate itself. Euhm, that sure does sound like magic. The product does not contain parabens, glycolic acid, or fenoxyethanol, but only soap-free and plant-based cleansing agents so Pschitt Magique should work for the most sensitive faces too. It should be noted that it does contain perfume (fragrance).
How To Use
Pschitt Magique is for daily use. You can use it in the mornings instead of your cleansing products or at night after removing your makeup. All you need to do is moisten your hands, let that "pschitt" sound-effect happen by pressing the top of the bottle twice into the palm of your hands, and softly massage it into your skin. Divide it evenly. Let it rest for 30 seconds, so the foam slowly melts, then you can rinse it off. That seems easy enough.
Pschitt Magique New Skin is inspired by Japanese purifying beauty rituals, and was developed into cleansing and peeling care, for the normal to very sensitive skin, to rejuvenate the face. I certainly prefer to use it in the morning after washing my face with water (sensitive skin alert) and then I cleanse it with this product. It makes my skin feel fresher and ready for the day. It also is a good way to rinse your face from dead cells without aggravating the skin. It has a soapy scent to it that softly lingers on my face after rinsing it. The product certainly does not sting or aggravate my skin nor my rosacea, so that is a big plus to me. A flask that contains 100 ml of product will allow you to use the Pschitt Magique for about two months, which normally costs €36, but via Farmaline.be you can get it for €29,70 or try the 30 ml bottle to try a smaller dosis first for €15,75! For now, I am personally not willing to spend big bucks on it, no matter how kind it is to my skin, but once my student budget turns into an employed-person-budget I would consider buying the Pschitt Magique New Skin myself. What do you think? Does the Pschitt Magique New Skin sound magical to you?
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