I first heard about Tammy Fender on goop. I know the benefits of regularly exfoliating my body, you guys know I like my skin brushing, but I’d never given much thought to my face beyond the use of a face cloth. I think early years with St. Ives Apricot facial scrub tainted my idea of how I should be exfoliating neck and up. After reading about the benefits, the absence of the major beauty no-no’s and the hundreds of comments that tout this Epi Peel as a “miracle worker”, I was up for giving facial exfoliation another go.
Tammy Fender Epi Peel – The product itself is tiny, the diameter of the container is about silver dollar size and the price tag is fairly hefty at $80.00 for 1.9 oz. After washing my face, once a week, I reach for this tiny package and begin my gentle “wax on wax off” action. The directions are to gently massage with damp fingers and then leave on for 5 minutes. This kind of thing is usually a breaker for me, I don’t want to sit around with white bumpy things all over my face for 1 minute let alone 5, but the words “miracle worker” roll back through my brain and there I sit letting the Epi Peel due it’s thing.
The result is truly impressive, I get that “just had a facial” glow after using. Even after 2 months of regular weekly use I can still tell a difference on the days I use this product. I’ll even dip in to this stuff twice in a week if date night is on the calendar. Final answer – even with the price tag, I’ll buy this again.