Thank you so much for the wonderful team at Pai’s stand at the Vitality show last month. The lovely Nicola spent lots of time with me talking me through the range, which I’ve heard so much about but not had chance to try yet. As usual, I’d been recommended Pai Skincare by Kenneth Soh and Nic of Strawberry Blonde Beauty Blog. You can check out their blogs in my newly added blog roll in me right hand column.
Pai is a truly beautiful brand, it’s 95% organic, made in the UK, approved by the Soil Association (this is a super difficult certificate to obtain), vegan and not tested on animals. The packaging is sleek and beautiful, steering away from the cheap appearance of some more ethical brands. Pai Skincare looks trulyÂ premiumÂ and appealing.
So, I’ve been using the Pai Kukui & Jojoba Bead Skin Brightening Exofliator for a few weeks now, I was immediately impressed, so read on to find out more.
The Pai Exfoliator is a really unusual texture and consistency, it’s a thick yellow gel filled with perfectly spherical Jojoba Beads. Apply the product to dry skin and massage in, the beads will gently and effectively slough away dead skin cells for a smoother brighter complexion and the addition of Kukui, a Hawaiian oil provides Omega 3 and 6 to improve the moisture barrier of the skin.
Once you have done massaging this odd product into your skin, you add water and see the yellow gel transform into a white milky wash to refresh and feed the skin with other ingredients such as Sweet Almond Oil, Apricot Oil, Avocado Oil and natural Vitamin E. So, expect instantly glowing skin and a on going smooth and supple complexion.
I have nothing bad at all to say about this product, it is so easy to use and you see instant results, the use of Jojoba Beads and a gel base means that this product is an ideal exfoliator for sensitive skin too.
Retailing at Â£20, it is a luxury product for most, but I would notÂ hesitateÂ to buy it when I run out, as you can really appreciate the quality of the ingredients, plus, as an added bonus they tick all the ethical beauty boxes too. Having checked out their website, I also see that they sell samples and bundles, which would be a fab way to try out the range for the first time, take a look!Â
Have you tried Pai Skincare? What did you think? What were your favourites?
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