I know it sounds dirty, right? But if you are interested in glowing, healthy skin, you need to check this out.

Exuviance Bionic Oxygen Facial is a mask treatment that uses pure oxygen to detox, energize, and purify the skin. It’s supposed to be used to restore a radiant, youthful complexion. The Bionic Oxygen Facial is probably a good addition to your anti-aging routine, but what I love the most about it is how it gives my skin a nice glow.

I’m sure it’s the oxygen. Actually, I don’t really know what that means, but when I apply it to damp skin (and when the word damp is used, it’s more wet damp than dry damp – you need the bit of wetness to really get the mask activated) it bubbles up and makes my face kind of itchy. Not in a bad way, just in a “something is foaming up on my face and it feels funny” kind of way. I think the best comparison I can make is to hydrogen peroxide. Have you ever gotten a cut or scrape and poured some hydrogen peroxide on it and watched it foam up? It’s like that.

I don’t know exactly what the mechanics are behind the Bionic Oxygen Facial, but after five minutes or so, I rinse it off and pat dry then step back and look at the difference in my skin. If I’m going out, or really just want to look amazing (which is all the time, I’m not going to lie), I’ll throw some vitamin c serum on it, then a bit of my shimmering argan oil. It makes my 43 year old skin look damn good, for real. I enjoy this bit of goodness about 5 nights a week, but reserve the right to use it every single night.

At $65 for a 3.2 fluid ounce tube, I think I can handle it. It’s certainly one of the best products outside of vitamin C that really makes my skin perk up.

You’ll probably have to bury me with a bottle of this in my hand, I like it so much. And that’s saying a lot.

Grab it at Exuviance.com.

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