Reveal Brighter Skin with Goldfaden MD Fresh a Peel!

In December, I met the lovely Lauren from Goldfaden MD and she told me about this lovely new release from the brand, which has just launched on their site and Space NK.  As someone who didn't love the Ren Glycolactic Radiance Renewal Mask, I was thrilled to be able to try a new alternative.  

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From Space NK: 
Extended upon Dr. Goldfaden’s view on the importance of exfoliation, Fresh A Peel is a nonirritating, one-step, fruit enzyme and lactic acid peel that rivals in-office peels. Developed specifically for the customer who prefers a non-physical exfoliator and can be used even the most sensitive skin - no redness or irritation.

Put a fresh face forward with Dr. Goldfaden’s supercharged lactic acid and multi-fruit enzyme exfoliating peel. The unique combination of ingredients provides a superior rate of skin rejuvenation while reducing the appearance of fine lines, pores and skin imperfections. With continued use, skin becomes softer, smoother, firmer and more radiant.

That sounds good, doesn't it? Goldfaden MD is a line formulated around results, and I have to say that I am seeing them. I really found the pigmentation around my nose and mouth to be more even after just one or two uses, which I think is impressive.

I love that this lightly scented clear gel is just that - compared to the Ren mask, I think the scent and look of it is totally not intrusive. It tingles on the skin, and I love being able to wash it off in a few minutes. It is just perfect for those times when I don't have the time or energy to wait around and wash off a mask! 

I've been using this about once a week for about a month now, and I have not experienced any irritation or adverse reactions. It doesn't feel drying or anything either, so that makes me happy. I am totally a fan, especially since it seems to even out my skintone! Fresh a Peel is currently available at Goldfaden MD and Space NK

What do you think about Goldfaden MD's new Fresh a Peel? Do you have a favorite enzyme mask I should try? I'd love to know! :)