The Dr Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Exfoliating Body Treatment launched this week as a treatment designed for the body, utilising the same concept as the brand’s award winning Alpha Beta Exfoliating Face Treatments.
If you’d like to find out all about the new Dr Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Exfoliating Body Treatment, keep on reading…
“Skincare shouldn’t stop with the skin on your face. This all-over body exfoliating treatment visibly improves ingrown hairs, keratosis pilaris (KP), and body blemishes and transforms dry, dull, crepey skin.
This multi-tasking body exfoliating treatment is powered by alpha and beta hydroxy acids, enzymes plus bakuchiol to effectively exfoliate, brighten, and help support collagen production for younger-looking skin.
Powerful hydrators squalane and hyaluronic acid help strengthen skin’s moisture barrier and soothe. Only one step to visibly firmer, glowing, healthier-looking skin.“
- Transforms dull, dry, flaky skin
- Firms & hydrates crepey skin
- Diminishes ingrown hairs and keratosis pilaris (KP)
- Clears body blemishes
- Evens out patchy skin tone
Begin application with folded towel on clean, dry skin. Gently massage into skin. As towel begins to dry, unfold and move to other body zones. Continue until completely dry. Apply 2 times weekly – for more stubborn concerns, apply 3 times weekly.
The Dr Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Exfoliating Body Treatment is a tone step towel, which is different to the facial versions as they’re two step towelettes. I was also very surprised by the price of the Dr Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Exfoliating Body Treatment, as they’re $58 for eight one use towels. Yes, really.
The claims sound amazing, and the before and after photos look very impressive, but skin conditions like keratosis pilaris don’t just go away once you’ve used a one use towel. It’s a skin condition which requires constant exfoliation and treatments, so the thought of these towels being $58 for just eight uses, is crazy.
Especially as whenever you use a facial acid pad on the body, it dries up insanely fast, so I can’t imagine one of these towels remaining wet enough to be able to treat multiple parts of the body. I think it would have been better to see Dr Dennis Gross launch a liquid version, so people can apply it themselves to their problem areas as an ongoing treatment plan.
I just could never justify paying $7.25 for a single use acid soaked wipe which I’d need to use every week as a minimum to keep keratosis pilaris at bay.