It was okay...not really.
I found it weird that the Gauze Peel marketed specifically for acne-prone skin became my least favorite out of the 3 variants. Scratch that, I honestly dislike the Green Tea Gauze Peel. Ah well, one's experience is their own. Don't take my word for it, my case is just a statistic. Alright, moving on, why don't I like this variant. ONE: I absolutely adored the other two (wine and lemon), so the bar of expectations is set a little high already. TWO: Related to the 1st reason, it just didn't do enough. THREE: I would wake up with 3-6 fresh new pimples whenever I use it. To be honest, I just can't comprehend what was going on. Even when an exfoliator doesn't give that instant baby bum finish I could forgive it if it was marketed as really gentle. But no matter how I change up the way I use the green pads, my face STILL gets fresh pimples. When you're battling with acne for so long, you can really sort of tell when something is off. And I'm telling you, these new pimples are off. As usual, I gave it a chance and usage stretched to more than a month (once or twice a week). The same thing happened every time. So I ran into the loving arms of the Wine and Lemon versions, never once turning back. The green tea pads do great on the elbows and knees though. At the very least, there is still a use for 'em.
8 months ago