Laura Mercier recently relaunched their skincare collection, after a revamp and makeover of their existing range.
One of the new launches within the collection is the Laura Mercier Refining Creme Polish, and I recently featured the Laura Mercier Pure Canvas Power Primer from the same collection.
Laura Mercier Refining Creme Polish
The Laura Mercier Refining Creme Polish is said to be a reformulated version of their Face Polish, and is currently exclusive to the US where it's on sale for $32 for 100ml.
Described as being a gentle exfoliating scrub that removes dead skin cells and visibly improves radiance and texture.
– Avena Sativa: Leaves skin feeling silky smooth.
– Chamomile Flower Extract: Provides a calming, refreshing feeling while reducing the look of redness.
– Cellulose Microbeads: Gently remove dead skin cells to help maintain skin’s optimal texture.
-Place a small amount onto fingertips and gently massage into damp skin.
-Rinse with warm water and pat dry.
-Use one to two times per week.
The Laura Mercier Refining Creme Polish is made with avena sativa and chamomile flower extract, and is designed to smooth the skin’s appearance while soothing and refreshing. It’s dermatologist test and formulated with plant-derived jojoba and cellulose beads which are 100 percent renewable and biodegradable.
I never tried the original version, so I don't know how the claims and formula differs, but if you want to try the new Laura Mercier Refining Creme Polish, it's available right now.