How does a gel exfoliate? Ya, I asked myself the same question when I had the chance to review Ice Elements 2 Minute Miracle Exfoliating Gel. Well here is what they say: This non-granular exfoliating gel offers exclusive technology that lets you see a visible difference in just one use! You'll enjoy an intensive, deep cleansing beauty treatment with soothing aloe vera, natural botanical extracts and hyaluronic acid. The gel gently exfoliates dead skin cells, removes dulling debris and excess oils. It is rich in natural moisture to help hydrate the skin, leaving it refreshed and vibrant.
    How do you use it? Apply a thin layer on a clean dry face. Let gel sit for 30 seconds to one minute and start to gently rub your cheek and face. If after rubbing for a moment, the product does not begin to liquefy, feel runny and ball up; wait another 30 seconds and then rub again. Keep on rubbing every 30 seconds until the product begins to liquefy and feels runny. At this point, you will start to see balls of dead skin coming off your face.

    I underlined the word "thin" because I noticed if I put to thick of a layer of this gel on my skin it wouldn't ball up at all. It would still leave my skin feeling super smooth but no exfoliating took place when I layered it to thick.  When I first put this on my face it's a nice cool enjoyable feeling. I also didn't mind leaving this on for even longer than a minute as opposed to a mask product.
   When I started rubbing in circles after a few seconds I did see little sponge like balls forming on my face that was 'exfoliating' and getting rid of all the dead skin cells and dirt. After I rinsed it off, I absolutely loved the smooth feeling it left on my face.
    I'm the type of girl who thinks "if it's scrubbing hard/stings it's working" kind of person haha. Although I didn't get much of an 'exfoliating' feel, it was a good "rinse off" moisturizer and would suggest this to people who hate the harsh exfoliators or have sensitive skin, this is a great alternative!!

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