This is probably the wonder product of all wonder products. I thought it for a little while with Mario Badescu, but that has since let me way down. This has yet to do so.
Laura on Buy Now Blog Later convinced me to buy this
Effacklar K is said to "gradually exfoliate the skins texture" which made me a little wary when I read after purchasing. I definitely wouldn't describe it as an exfoliator, definitely not a traditional one anyway. I'd just describe it as a must buy. Now.
Laura said she was spurred on to buy this because of 'bastard' chin spots. Which is *touch wood* my only problem area with bad skin.
I've been using this just over a month; applying to my T Zone every night before moisturiser and every morning before make up.
The problem area is pretty much problem free at the moment. Granted the Christmas diet isn't helping matters, but even with that thrown in it's a lot clearer than usual.
It's gotten to the point where I brave a make up free face almost daily, which has only happened a hand full of times in the past.
It sinks in fast (although I always give it 5 minutes before piling anything on top) and doesn't have any scents. It's the chemical scent of unscented if that makes sense, nothing strong though.
It retails at £13 for a 30ml tube and it's worth every penny. I usually only use it on the areas prone to breakouts and I'm maybe a quarter way through after 6 weeks of using it.
I can happily declare this will be a staple in my skincare routine for the distant future. It beats out Mario Badescu Drying Lotion any day and teamed with Emma Hardie, my skin has never looked better.