|Organi Manuka Honey Peel|
I asked the concierge of Glorietta if where is the place I am looking for and ended up that I should be passing to those sales people. Oh-oh. So I planned on just ignoring them but what happened next is totally the opposite. Maybe it’s because the demo guy asked me what I was using on my face and he stopped walking so I also stopped and talk to him. Or probably, he is a foreigner, not gwapo but with a charming face. Or, he got me when he said that I do visit facial but my blackheads are very visible.
So he demonstrated to me how Manuka Honey Peel works and because the product seems promising, I bought it. TBH, my face is really starting to get into trouble; probably because of stress, pollution, or what I eat, or the products I am using. It’s a good thing that Manuka Honey Peel is organic. It is still better to maintain the skin the natural way. See my troubled face below.
Manuka honey is not the ordinary honey. Manuka is a monofloral honey produced in Australia and New Zealand that came from tea tree. It is an “active” honey because it has antibacterial and antifungal properties. As a matter of fact, it can be used as natural wound dressing because it heals fast and prevent bacterial infections. For skin, it heals acne, repairs and hydrates skin.
Manuka Honey Peel’s box and the packaging look luxurious. Thinking that this costs Php 6,700, maybe I paid half of the price for the packaging. The tub is a transparent crystal-like with pear green color tub (or is that color lime green?).
Opening it, there’s a white hard plastic to avoid spilling the honey to the real cover. There’s also a spatula for sanitary purposes. And there… the Manuka Honey Peel is glistening in orange color with a floral scent similar to Sampaguita or Kalachuchi. I don’t really know.
The texture is pasty but not sticky. Also, Origani claimed that this product is non abrasive, so no worries there if you'll get hurt while exfoliating. I tried it to myself and to my mom so check it out!
After cleansing your face, put a blob on your damp face, like dotting it.
Leave it for 10 to 15 seconds and then start massaging. See on the photo if what happens. Those are dead skin and dirt that’s been rubbed away. This peel is advised to use once a week.
Rinse well with warm water and advised to put Organi Day Cream after which I will be posting soon.
Will I recommend it? My mom has pigmentation.
I just don’t know if this will improve her skin or not. I will update if there would be changes to her condition. In my case, I can feel that my skin is clean plus the blackheads are not trapped forever in my nose area. Just wow! I can’t believe I don’t have to spend time going for facials anymore. I’m super loving it despite that the price is really eye dropping.
Update: April 11, 2017
I'm still using Manuka Honey Peel once a week and the changes on my skin is not that really visible. I just love it that there are more dead skin cells I have whenever I skipped 14 days without using it. My blackheads are still there but after using Manuka, my blackheads are gone and after using this product, I can say that my face gets softer and smoother.
For my mom's case, she feels tedious doing this so I can't update about her pigmentation. Feel free to share what happens on your skin after using Manuka Honey Peel. Byeee!
Disclaimer: Some products may not work for me, but can work well for others. This review is simply based on my experience.