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As I waded through the mounds of beauty products before me, it didn’t take long before I zeroed in on PIDA Exfoliating Gel which is sold salons only.
But before I talk product, let’s talk packaging. Amid the noise that is colorful packaging and tons of copy to get brands’ points across, PIDA stood out with what I call “quiet confidence.” The cacophony of graphics is at a bare minimum and the thinly shaped, clear, tall cylinder is simple in its design, while it delivers big on product benefits… love that!
Although packaging is what gets my attention, my deal breaker are the contents. Will this product solve my problem? Is this product easy to use? You know, the questions we all have when making purchasing decisions. ‘Pida’ answers these questions with rousing positive results.
PIDA is the exfoliating gel for face and body that talks to you. Developed to facilitate the removal of dead skin cells without the assistance of rough granules, PIDA stops working after 30 seconds which is ideal for those of us who don’t know when to stop scrubbin’ and rubbin’. In fact, if the gel doesn’t flake PIDA is saying “you have no dead skin to slough off” so you stop. Communication is the key to a great relationship, don’t ya think?
Made of water soluble Vitamin C and aloe extract and orange oil – essentials for exfoliating without causing irritation, PIDA promotes cell turnover, therefore removing dullness and rough patches, so skin absorbs moisture more easily which