Disclosure: Thanks to RoC® Daily Resurfacing Disks, I’m getting taking care of my skin as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars #WomenWhoRoC
Are you looking for a simple way to cleanse and exfoliate your skin all in one beauty product? Do you have fine lines, wrinkles and sun damaged skin?
Then you may want to consider the Daily Resurfacing Disks from RoC®. I’ve been using it daily for the last few weeks and found it an easy product to incorporate into my skin care routine.
RoC® Daily Resurfacing Disks are gentle enough to be used everyday and are intended to help diminish the look of fine lines (after one week), diminish the signs of photoaging (after 4 weeks) and over time reduce the appearance of wrinkles and pores (12 weeks.)
One side of the disk is smooth and the other side is textured with little bumps to exfoliate the skin. The exfoliation isn’t rough, but I LOVE using it on my nose and chin area where I have blackheads. I’ve definitely noticed a difference with my blackheads becoming less noticeable… which means my large pores on my nose are less noticeable because they are not filled with gunk. (Eww.)
The Daily Resurfacing Disks can also be used as a makeup remover, however, I have only used it to remove the makeup on my face and not my eye makeup due to how foamy the disks are. I do use it *around* my eyes, though, where my crows feet are (very carefully.)
The disks are self-foaming, but soap free (and oil free, hypoallergenic and non-comedogenic.) They are fragranced, but not any more so than other facial cleasers I’ve used.
In this pic I am not wearing concealer or primer so that you can see just how sun damaged it is. The spots on my nose are not pores, but hyperpigmentation (although I do have large pores, but you can’t see them because this stuff works really, really well!) If you read my blog regularly, I am always saying that I am paying for the skin sins of my youth when I didn’t wear sunscreen on my face. This is the proof. You guys. Wear sunscreen.
I do know that fading sun damage does take some time, especially to the extent that I have it. I’m looking forward to seeing a difference. I haven’t used it for 4 weeks yet (just 2.5), so hoping that consistent use will render visible results with that issue.
Like I mentioned earlier, I do see a difference in the appearance of my pores due to the exfoliation and the really fine lines have softened a bit due to the moisturizing nature of this product.
Would love to know if you’ve tried them or have any questions! Leave a comment!
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Shannon began A Girl’s Gotta Spa! beauty blog in 2005 to morph her love of beauty and in educating women on what truly works and what does not. In 2013 she launched a bath and body line as an extention of the beauty blog. One thing she always has on her at all times? Lip balm.