Facial masks and peels are a complicated bunch. They claim to do all manner of different things, have obscure, "advanced" ingredients, and the difference between one at home and one at the medispa can be enormous. That's why it's refreshing when one actually works, as Neutrogena Facial Peel ($22) apparently does, even if its name is a little misleading. Reader Stellajodella says:
This is a little pricey compared to what I normally spend on a mask, but it was totally worth it for me. Calling it a "Facial Peel" is a bit of a misnomer, though. It's actually a mask that you wash off, but it has exfoliating beads as well. Overall, it really helped brighten up my dull skin. I don't use it very often, since it has a tendency to dry out even my oily skin—but once or twice a month is great!
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