Peter Thomas Roth’s Vitamin C Brightening Cleansing Powder

Sundays are my dedicated skincare day, when I take the time to treat myself to a mask and exfoliation before another work week begins. There’s nothing like the feeling of your skin after a deep cleanse and good scrub – it’s softer, visibly brighter and radiant.

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For the past few weeks, Sundays have been ever better than usual thanks to my latest discovery: Peter Thomas Roth’s Camu Camu Power C X 30. It’s a brightening cleansing powder (yes, powder) that is activated by water and transforms into a creamy facial cleanser. Or – my new Sunday special – use a little less water and it becomes a denser, deep-cleansing exfoliating paste. Think of it as a two-in-one wonder product that gives you more bang for your buck!

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What makes it so special? The formula is made using Amazonian Camu Camu berry, which has 30 times the vitamin C of an orange. Because it’s so concentrated, the vitamin C can penetrate super deep into skin to help smooth, firm and brighten from far below the surface. On top of that, the formula’s got added rice powder and bamboo extract – which work to gently exfoliate – plus extracts of the Baltic Amber gem will polishes skin for an amazing finish.

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For day-to-day use, the powder will wash away dirt and oil, cleaning your pores and removing impurities. Twice a week exfoliation will give your skin a more heavy-duty workout leaving it brighter and energized.

Can’t wait to give it a try? Peter Thomas Roth has developed an entire Camu Camu collection including a serum, brightening moisturizer, sleeping mask, CC cream and eye correcting concealer – see the entire collection online.

 

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