Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant


This is a very unique product. The first time I read about it I was so intrigued that I had to try it out for myself and see. The Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant is a rice-based enzyme powder that works exactly like an exfoliator to remove dead skin and dirt.


The packaging of the product is pretty simple, it comes in a plastic bottle with 2 holes at the top to dispense an adequate amount of powder. It actually resembles the packaging of a talc bottle with 75g of product in it. The powder formula of the product activates when in contact with water and releases papain, salicylic acid and rice actives that claim to accelerate cell renewal. To even skin tone it contains Bearberry, aspergillus, grapefruit and licorice, while a soothing blend of green tea, ginkgo and colloidal oatmeal calm inflammation.



Step 1 – Take a bit of the powder into the palm of your hands and mix with water. Be careful not to spill water into the container, it will end up ruining the whole product.

Step 2 – After you have formed a paste of desirable consistency, rub the paste on your face avoiding your eyes in circular motions for about a minute.

Step 3 – Rinse with lukewarm water and clean your face.

Step 4 – Apply a moisturizer to of your choice, I use Dermalogica Active Moist for best results.



I found that mine skin is refreshed, polished and feels smoother with a natural glow. I also noticed that skin looked brighter with reduced pigmentation upon continuous use. Although it is recommended to use daily, I usually use it when I go out in this Dubai heat!




This is definitely a very interesting product. Being gentle yet effective at the same time, it is a must to try.

I got mine from –>Β BasharaCare


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