Thursday, August 7, 2014

Exfolimate Exfoliating Tool Review #Exfolimate


I want to introduce you to my newest beauty secret: Exfolimate. Exfolimate is different from other beauty products….way different. It is not a cream or a supplement. It is a tool. Exfolimate is so incredibly simple and completely genius. 

Exfolimate uses innovative microgroove technology etched into the smooth metal edge of the tool to lift and remove lingering skin cells, dirt out and debris. This unveils younger and fresher skin. While your skin is wet, you hold the tool at a 90 degree angle and drag it along your skin applying light pressure. 
I admit that when I first heard of Exfolimate I was very skeptical. I read the Amazon reviews and I NEEDED to try it. So, I agreed to review it myself.  Exfolimate comes with two different tools; one for your face and one for your body. It also comes with two adjustable plastic cords to hang the Exfolimate tools in your shower. 

I was really excited to try Exfolimate on my arms because I have Keratosis Pilaris (KP) which is a skin condition where tiny white bumps appear on the skin. Basically, it always looks like I have “goosebumps” on my arms. 
For experimental purposes, I used Exfolimate exclusively on my right arm and did not exfoliate my left arm (I just washed it with soap). I noticed a difference almost immediately. After using the Exfolimate for a few days, I asked my Husband to feel each arm. He was shocked at the huge improvement to my right arm. My skin was so soft and smooth. The bumps on my arm were so much smaller and almost gone. He kept walking up to me and rubbing my arm. He was so impressed that he used Exfolimate the next time he showered. It made his skin feel much better and less oily. Now he is a huge Exfolimate fan as well. 
After the initial experiment, I started using Exfolimate on my entire body. My skin is so much softer and smoother. I really notice a difference on my legs and arms. I don’t notice it as much on my face, but I think that is because I already use exfoliating cleanser and moisturizer on my face. 
Exfolimate is made with surgical grade stainless steel and will not harbor germs, bacteria or chemicals like loofahs, sponges and shower gloves. To clean it, you simply run it under water and then hang to dry. 

For the record, I used to use an exfoliating glove in the shower. I have heard that exfoliating gloves and washcloths are too abrasive and can actually damage your skin and make it oilier. I didn’t really know what else to use…until now. I am so happy that I found Exfolimate. I will definitely continue to use this product. You may even see me in some tank tops (well….maybe after I learn Michelle Obama’s arm workout). 
Check out Exfolimate and let me know how it works for you.

 *I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


evie said...

this is very interesting i will have to check out this item. it seems easy to use

Julie said...

I've never heard of this but it may be something for me to look into!

lemonlaurie said...

Wow,this looks a great tool. thank you.

Tina Bredbury said...

Never heard of this. Pretty cool. Will look into it.

Katrina Angele said...

Now that is something completely new and interesting. I wonder if it is ok to use on your face?

Librarian Lavender said...

That sounds really interesting, it's something new for me...

April Farley said...

I also have never heard of this exfoliater , You bloggers REALLY DO get to check out the newest neatest things . Then you share them with us . So neat! Thank you for sharing! It looks like a nifty little product.

Maribel R said...

Thanks for the review. I would love to own one.