Review: Cure Natural Aqua Gel

Hey, everyone!..So what is a peeling gel? It’s a gel that removes the upper layers of the skin (epidermis) by chemically breaking it down so that it sloughs off, revealing soft new skin underneath. It uses chemicals like vitamin C, papaya enzymes, pomegranate, etc. to do it, instead of the mechanical rubbing off like what we see in apricot scrubs and

For the last 2 years I have been using OroGold’s 24K deep peeling ( I love it! I use it 1x every 1-2 weeks, and I definitely need to repurchase soon. It’s expensive (108usd from their site) but totally worth it once you see all the small eraser-like bits of skin that the peel removes.

Then I heard about CURE Natural Aqua Gel. It’s Japans #1 exfoliator, made with natural plant extracts, and with no artificial coloring or fragrance. And cheaper at 1,500php (approx 35usd)… Hmmm… So off I went to the Beauty Bar in Ayala.

Yey!!! May stock sila!!!




How it works:
It turned out to be more watery like a really wet lotion than a gel.


After rubbing it in.. Can you see the little bits of skin?


Comments: Watery, very mild, it does exfoliate, expensive but value for money

Would I buy again? Oh, yes!

I hope you enjoyed this post.. Later ❀


10 thoughts on “Review: Cure Natural Aqua Gel

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  2. Ah, I use Ettusais’ Peeling Milk – works pretty well, though I think beauty gurus hyped it up a bit too much so I was expecting miracles to happen lol

    • We don’t have Ettusai here in my country, but I think I’ll ask my friend to bring me home a bottle when he comes home for a vacation. Thanks for the suggestion! πŸ™‚

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