Le Edge Full Body Exfoliator – Pink

Le Edge Full Body Exfoliator – Pink

Product Description
Introducing LéEdge. Revolutionising exfoliation stroke by swift stroke, LéEdge provides you with the ultimate one-of-a-kind tool for revealing an exceptionally fresher, clearer, smoother and more vibrant complexion. Already a superstar in the USA, this ultra-handy showertime pal allows you to gently, hygienically and effectively remove deposits, dead skin cells and dirt upon and within your skin’s outer layer without the need for incessant and abrasive scrubbing. Designed with a patented above surgical grade stainless steel edge embedded in an ergonomic, non-slip rubber-detailed handle, the simple process of exfoliation with the LéEdge Exfoliation Tool is achieved by gently gliding the edge along wet skin as you shower or bathe. Safe and easy to use on the face and body, you can clarify pores without the need for frail, mould-ridden loofahs and germ-disposed mitts, which deteriorate and unsanitarially harbour bacteria over time. The perfect prep tool for spray tanning, waxing and shaving, LéEdge lets you unveil healthy, radiant skin with a flick of the wrist. Your first choice for a face and body exfoliator.

Price: $69.99

  • Younger skin -for cleansing and unclogging of pores. Mature skin -Exfoliating can help the skins cell turnover to behave in a more youthful manner, bringing renewed life to the skin. Males -For pre-shaving -Exfoliating is a necessary part of a mans skincare routine. Exfoliating the face helps expose the facial hair follicles giving a closer shave.
  • Pre-Tan and Post Tan applications-Exfoliating pre-tan will guarantee you a streak free and even application and prolong the life of your tan. Make Le Edge part of your pedicure treatment:Exfoliating the feet two or three times a week will help with rough and dry feet. Removing theatre makeup, military camouflage paint-heavy duty paint and other harsh materials that adhere to the skin.
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About the Author: Keith Frame

As a 15-year KP sufferer myself, I will show you how I cleared my skin permanently, started to feel comfortable in tank tops again and finally was relieved there was nothing to pick anymore! Keratosis Pilaris 101 is one of my blog that helps thousands of people to cure their KP. Hope you're one of them.

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  1. 26 of 26 people found the following review helpful

    1.0 out of 5 stars
    $59.99? This must be a joke., December 30, 2014

    By Jane (USA) –

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    This review is from: Le Edge Full Body Exfoliator – Pink (Health and Beauty)

    I paid $10.04 for this in December 2014 and that was about $5 more than it was worth. It worked well enough, though, and I was willing to overpay a little. The present price of $59.99 is a joke! Are you kidding? It is a piece of plastic with a strip of metal. The Romans used seashells. Those are free and will work just as well. Amazon should be ashamed letting these con artists rip people off.

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  2. 93 of 95 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    If you’ve seen zero results, try adding oil to the mix., May 7, 2015

    By Kim

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    I’ve suffered from keratosis pilaris (KP) for the past, oh, 15-20 years or so. Basically, most of my life. It seems to have gotten worse in recent years, probably since about 2009. In my quest to rid myself of the bumps, I’ve used AmLactin, Glytone, Gold Bond Rough and Bumpy lotion, the Salux cloth, exfoliating gloves, AHA lotions, vitamins, you name it. I’ve tried chemical and physical exfoliants but since I have EXTREMELY sensitive skin, harsh chemicals really bother me and make me itchy and/or red. Plus, all of those things only gave me mediocre results at best. Chemical exfoliants seemed to plateau after using them 3-4 times, and the physical exfoliants just weren’t cutting it. On top of all that, shaving my legs was extremely painful for me because of the bumpies. Lots of cuts and just generally unsmooth feeling. Blah.

    So every few months I get on a new kick to find something that works and since spring and t-shirts and shorts were coming around, of course I was on the hunt. I can’t remember where I first read about Le Edge but I was intrigued. It’s based off of an ancient Greek and Roman beauty tool called a strigil which was basically a sharp edge (NOT a razor though, more like a butter knife) dragged along the skin to remove dead skin and debris. Sounds legit. What the heck, let’s give it a shot. Reviews were so-so, but I’m willing to try anything. Ordered.

    I get this thing a couple days later and inspect it. It pretty much looks like a razor, but again, it’s NOT a razor. You can’t cut yourself with this thing unless you’re a total klutz. It’s just a stainless steel edge. I know from reading reviews that your skin has to be wet for this to work (more on that in a second) but I drag it along my arm (where I have some KP) completely dry to see what it does. It does nothing. That’s not a good start.

    I get in a hot bath and let my skin soak for a while to see if that improves things. Eh. It BARELY works at that point. I can see it doing a little something on my feet, but that’s not the area I’m most concerned about. I’m starting to feel like I bought yet another useless product. Then I remember that I have a tub of coconut oil sitting nearby, yet ANOTHER thing I’ve used to try and treat my KP. I put that on my skin to soften it more, just for the laughs at that point. I wasn’t really expecting it to do anything.

    GUYS. OIL DOES SOMETHING. If you have used this product wet or dry and seen zero results, you NEED to introduce oil to the mix. That’s how the Romans and Greeks did it too, they used an oil bath! What I do is get my skin wet, put a tiny bit of oil on, and then pull the strigil across my skin. At first all that will come up is loose and liquidy oil, but with every subsequent pull, the residue will become thicker and grayer, and THAT’S the magical skin debris everyone talks about. I almost can’t believe Le Edge doesn’t mention that you NEED OIL to make this work. I saw so many reviews where people complained it did nothing and it acted more like a squeegee. And yes, that’s exactly what happened to me when my skin was just wet. It was just a squeegee. Not with oil!

    So I continue along dragging and dragging, getting more and more skin. It doesn’t hurt but it does leave my skin red just from the pressure. After I get out of the bath, I notice my skin is a little smoother. Okay. That’s fine I guess. 10 minutes later, even better. 10 minutes after that, EVEN BETTER. I was actually amazed. All of this on top of the fact that it didn’t irritate my skin. I need you guys to understand that I have the most sensitive, itchy skin in the world and this didn’t bother me at all! The next day, my skin was the smoothest it’s ever been. Unbelievable.

    I keep finding new places to use it and the thing is freakin’ incredible. I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to find something that works. Now for those pesky red spots (which I will admit, do look a little better! Less inflammation overall I guess).

    Seriously, if you have KP like I do, or just generally rough and uneven skin, try this little guy, but REMEMBER THE OIL!

    P.S. I actually call this thing my strigil instead of Le Edge, which I think is a silly name. I feel very fancy.

    EDIT 1/13/17: Nothing else to add to my review, except WHOA the price of this thing went up from when I bought it! Holy crap. I think I spent something like 10 bucks, and now it’s 60?! That’s ridiculous. DO NOT spend 60 bucks on this thing. Wait and see if the price goes back down.

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  3. 12 of 12 people found the following review helpful

    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Inflated the price!!!, January 29, 2017

    By Janeen Johnson

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    I purchased this from Amazon in 2014 for $7.99!!!!!!!! Why in the world did they raise the price!?!?!? That’s ridiculous to pay $70 for this. It works really well, scrapes disgusting stuff off your face…BUT not worth paying $70 for. I’m sure you can find something similar and less expensive.

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