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Nutra-Lift Grape Seed Foaming Face Polish- reader reviewed and recommended

Is a Solution for:
Dull Skin, Oily Skin
November 11, 2010 Reviewed by TIA Community Member 2 Comments
Reviewed by Katya

If you are looking for a product that delivers both short- and long-term improvements in skin tone and texture, Grape Seed Foaming Face Polish from Nutra-Lift ($22 for 4 oz.) may be a good idea. It is a multi-tasking product that can be used as a cleanser, mask or exfoliator.

As the name implies, it relies on Muscadine Grape seeds and skin to fight radical damage with a potent dose of antioxidants - namely, resveratrol, quercetin phenols and flavonoids. It packs a much higher antioxidant punch than any other fruit or berry. It has also ellagic acid, unique to the muscadine grapes, that promotes better cell function and regulates its inflammatory responses.

Improvements in skin tone also come from “mildly abrasive” volcanic pumice and blueberry skins. The polish is balanced by certified organic honey, botanicals (coltsfoot, birch sap, horsetail, nettle, red clover, sage, peppermint, orange, yarrow, rosemary) as well as vitamins (C, E, niacinamide, and A). Other benefits include a bunch of nice minerals and DMAE.

The face polish really helps shed dead cells without over drying the skin. Calming honey and aloe ensures there is no irritation. Nutra-Lift recommends to those with sensitive skin a patch test before use. All in all, it left my complexion nourished, smooth, and glowing. Results are cumulative as I have used it mostly as a nourishing mask. After a month’s use, my somewhat dull skin was smoothed to a rather pleasing healthy condition. Some people may find that it has a slightly unappealing consistency out of the jar and an unusual smell but to me the benefits sure outweigh those little quirks. Hands down, it’s one of the best face scrubs I have ever used.


Deoinized water, infusion of organic honey, aloe vera, grapefruit seed extract, coltsfoot, birch sap, horsetail, nettle, red clover, sage, peppermint, orange, yarrow, rosemary, & anti-aging complex 14. cocamide betaine, volcanic pumice, pulverized muscadine grape seed, muscadine grape skin, blueberry skins, butyl glycol, vegetable glycerin, hec, ascorbly glucosamine ( Vitamin C), DMAE, hyaluronic acid, xanthum gum, natural mixed tocopherols (vitamin E), calcium panthothenate, colloidal sulphur, witch hazel, wheat germ extract, retinyl palmitate (vitamin A), niacinamide, thiamine hci, colloidal sulfur, colloidal minerals.
  • January 29, 2013

    by Glynis Phillips

    How do you order nutrilift grapeseed foaming facial poiish or where can it be ordered from?

  • November 28, 2010

    by Emily

    I was glad to run across your review, Katya! And delighted to see that the Grape Seed Face Polish is now in the TIA shop. I've been using it off and on all year. But I never had the idea of using it as a mask! I'll have to try that.
    I'd certainly second these comments. I think as a scrub it is very effective, and yes, without irritation. But I would add that the gelatinous, gloppy texture is even more unappealing than Katya allowed. And the particles (grape seeds? blueberry skins? whatever) embedded in that goo seem to have a way of ending up all over my skin. But having said that, it's like so much of what Nutra-Lift sells: not only effective, but hard to beat for the money. I just took advantage of the TIA Shop discount to buy another!

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