This nourishing duo treats dry and sun-damaged skin on your body, leaving it softer, smoother and more radiant-looking.
Helps skin act younger
For a radiant, healthy glow
The 10% AHA body exfoliant gently sheds built-up dead skin cells from skin's surface, softening dry, rough skin and improving uneven skin tone and brown spots caused by sun damage. Combined with our nourishing Daily Replenishing Body Cream, it will leave your skin feeling softer, smoother and hydrated with a more radiant appearance.
Rich yet lightweight body lotion with ceramides and shea butter for daily hydration.
Gently but effectively sheds built-up dead skin cells to reveal smoother, radiant skin.
Daily Replenishing Body Cream can be applied after Resist Skin Revealing Body Lotion 10% AHA or you can choose to alternate these two products in the following ways:
1. Use the body exfoliant one day, and the body cream the next day in the evening
2. Use the body cream in the morning and the body exfoliant in the evening
During the day, always use a Paula's Choice sunscreen on body parts that are exposed to sunlight.
If you've not used an exfoliant before, it's important to build up usage to avoid skin irritation. We recommend starting once a fortnight, building up to 1 to 2 times per day. It may take some trial and error to see what is the best frequency for your skin. During the day, always use a moisturiser with a broad-spectrum sunscreen rated SPF 30 or greater, as your skin will be slightly more sensitive to sunlight when using an exfoliant, so the chance of sunburn and sun damage is slightly higher.
Daily Replenishing Body Cream is ideal if your main concern is hydration. Unlike other Paula's Choice body products that contain exfoliants or retinol, Daily Replenishing Body Cream focuses on softening and soothing the skin. The lightweight, non-sticky formula is ideal for daily use, while the lack of fragrance makes it particularly suitable for those with sensitive skin.
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