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As we head into the winter months, I often notice that my skin starts to get a little dull. I know that I'm not in the sun as much because it's too cold to be outside, but it just seems that sometimes my skin could use a little lift.

Recently, I was giving the opportunity to try a skin peel at home. At first I was a little apprehensive - would I be able to complete the task by myself or will be skin be left red and blotchy. I was pleasantly surprised that the whole process was simple and left my skin refreshed.

I've said it before, but our family life is hectic. We go from activity to activity, which leaves me little time for pampering. One benefits of a Glycolic Acid peel is that it has a minimal interruption on your life. Often referred to as a lunch time peel, the Glycolic Acid peel can leave your skin exfoliated in a small amount of time.

This is the first that I used the Glycolic Acid. I tend to have sensitive skin and I like to think of myself as "younger, so I used the first time, 30% peel. The skin peel had several easy to follow steps. It took no time to complete. Basically, the hour that I had one afternoon while the kids watched football was a perfect amount of me time.Also, there was no visible signs of peeling, nor redness. Overall, I looked refreshed when the process was finished. I was pleased with the results and will continue to work the glycolic acid peel into my beauty routine.

Would you like to try a glycolic acid peel? is offering everyone a great discount for the holidays. From now until December 31, 2010, use the code SHEBLOGS to receive a 20% discount off your offer.

If you are ready to look refreshed for the holidays, try a glycolic acid peel from

Disclosure: I was provided with a glycolic acid peel from All opinions are 100% mine and are not influenced by any person or entity. For my complete disclosure policy, please visit

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