Two in one, the Filorga Sleep and Peel

Filorga Sleep and Peel review

You can’t have missed it. I’m into anti-ageing products. Like a Don Quixote I’m fighting against the first signs of ageing which means that it takes me ages to get ready in the morning and night because of the number of serums, creams and what more I slather on my face and neck.

Cue the Filorga Sleep and Peel. This night cream not only moisturises but also peels the skin while asleep. A true two in one product.

Containing a cocktail of nctf®, hyaluronic acid (for plumping and moisturising of the skin) and with 6 other varieties of hydroxy-acids (including AHA, which stands for Alpha Hydroxy Acid, a gentle exfoliant) it’s aimed to safely peel the skin and combat wrinkles, brown spots and imperfections.

Filorga Sleep and Peel Style Barista

Like any other night cream, just apply a thin layer of the Sleep and Peel on clean skin (avoid the eye area). If you have sensitive skin, Filorga advises to use the Sleep and Peel cream every other night instead of every night. A slight tingling might occur because of the acids (if it starts to burn wash it off immediately) which, don’t worry, is completely normal.

Whenever my skin needs some extra TLC I use the Sleep and Peel for a while. It has a pleasant smell and sinks in quickly without leaving my skin sticky. I love how I don’t need to use any other exfoliation product when I use this cream and, I have to say, my skin always looks more fresher and softer in the morning.

If you are a bit worried about how your skin would react to the ingredients, i.e. the acids, start using it every other day before using it daily. And as with all creams that contain hyaluronic acids use a good spf during the day as it can make you more susceptible to the sun.

For £54 or €51,36, the Filorga Sleep and Peel* isn’t cheap but as the cream doubles as a two in one product, a peel and a moisturiser, it’s worth the purchase if you’re looking for an anti-ageing product.

* pr sample

3 Comments

  1. nawal November 11, 2014 Reply

    Hi! 🙂 I can’t help but ask!! How did you find the scent of the Sleep and Peel pleasant?! Mine smelt like pure alcohol. Did I get a spoilt jar or something?! Pls reply!

  2. nawal November 11, 2014 Reply

    Also, I didn’t experience any tingling at all! And it’s my first time using any product with acids.. I seriously thinking I purchased an expired jar or something 🙁

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      Victoria November 16, 2014 Reply

      I wouldn’t worry too much about the non tingling part. Some people experience and some note. My Sleep and Peel jar didn’t really smell like alcohol. Would it be an idea to bring the jar back to the store where you purchased it?

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