Beauty, Toners

By WishTrend Mandelic Acid 5% Skin Prep Water Review

When it comes to the word ”exfoliation” many of us with oily skin contract away in dread. It has been a while since I discovered and used By Wishtrend’s Mandelic Acid 5% Skin Prep Water that according to many reviews, it helps skin turnover without causing aggravations. Mandelic acid in this product, joined with beta-glucan, panthenol and centella extract which assists with alleviating, smoothening and preparing the skin, further developing the complexion and supporting the adequacy of the remainder of our skincare schedule.

According to them, this product is formulated with gentle mandelic acid, which can be used even on sensitive skin. It works as a mild exfoliator that improves skin tone and texture and also helps boost the effectiveness of other products. This product minimizes pigmentation for a smoother, softer look and moisturizes as it soothes to reduce redness and irritation with beta glucan and sodium hyaluronate. It also has panthenol which improves skin regeneration properties to maintain hydration with panthenol and centela asiatica that helps regenerate damaged skin.

Recommended for:

🌸Sensitive skin type : Less irritation due to low skin permeability.

🌸Dry skin : moisturizing effect.

How To Use

🌸Before the toner, gently wipe and pat the product on your face using a cotton pad.
🌸Limit the use of this product depending on your skin type. (For sensitive skin, use 2-3 times a week)
🌸For morning use, please make sure to apply sun-lotion after using the product.
🌸Do not to use this product with other facial scrubs, AHA/BHA, and Vitamin C products


Water, Mandelic Acid, Butylene Glycol, Beta-Glucan, Panthenol, Glycyrrhiza Glabra (Licorice) Root Extract, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Fruit Extract, Sodium Hyaluronate, Sorbitan Sesquioleate, Centella Asiatica Extract, Houttuynia Cordata Extract, Sorbitol, Dimethyl Sulfone, Chlorphenesin, Sodium Citrate, Arginine, PEG-60 Hydrogenated Castor Oil, Ethylhexylglycerin, Natto Gum, Carbomer

I’ve only been using this product for a few days, but my skin is noticeably smoother. I switched to this since the 2% BHA and AHA I’d been using for a long time were causing my skin to dry out. They typically accomplished nothing, but I no longer had the fortitude to put up with it.

Based on the ratings and price, I picked this mandelic acid after some thought and research. So far, it has kept my skin extremely smooth. My hope is that it will eventually control my cystic acne breakouts. Because I’ve never tried other items like this so I have no foundation for comparison.

Actually, I occasionally have cystic skin irritation. I also have mild hyperpigmentation and greasy skin, which made this treatment exceptional for me. After using this product for a long period, my skin seems smoother. You will see results right away. It’s not as forgiving as some of my other synthetic exfoliants. My complexion has improved dramatically, levelling out hyperpigmentation and aggravation, and pimple scars are noticeably blurred and easing up. I have inexplicably sensitive, oily skin that scars if you look at it closely. I was worried that this toner might irritate or perhaps exacerbate my skin, but I was mistaken. This item is truly adored by my skin. There is no irritation or dryness to address. It simply made my skin smooth and bright, for which I am now receiving compliments. This fantastic product has a fan in me. I’m using the Prep Water instead of my prior toner every day and sticking to my regular skin care routine.

This toner has done wonders for my skin, and I will continue to use it in the foreseeable future. This may not be an item for everyone, but I adore it and will most certainly repurchase it. I wholeheartedly suggest it to everyone. ☺️

My Overall Rating:

Rating: 4.5 out of 5.

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