Hi guys!! ( please swipe to see both sides) I’m new to this community so I’m not really sure on what to post🥺 Recently, I’ve been struggling a lot with cheek acne and I’m unsure if this amount of acne is normal, unusual, etc. I thought that some general opinions from you guys would be really helpful so please give me your honest opinion on the state of my skin. Also if possible, what skin type do I look like I have? Please recommend some products as well💜 Some context- * I’m 16, turning 17 next year * I had clear skin until 14? 15? and then I started breaking out months at a time * Sometimes my skin feels dry and sometimes it feels oily so it’s a bit confusing * My cheeks are a bit red but not overly red in real life * I’m interested in Korean skin care so if you know any good K-skin care products, please leave a comment below! Thank you for your help!!! 🥰
Tips Tricks Treatments For Acne Prone Skin
Acnes are formed due to hormonal changes, maturity, and dietary mishaps too. These result in excess production of sebum, clogged pores, and formation of bacteria underneath the skin layer causing infection. With the right tips and treatments they can be moderated, slowed down, and eventually get rid of completely. One should know which type of acne it is, if it even is acne or any other skin condition, and how to skillfully treat them either at home or with the help of skin experts.
5 days away from my 1 month Accutane appointment. As you can tell, I am not seeing much in results yet, and my skin is super red and I have a ton of hyperpigmentation from old breakouts. I’m trying to stay optimistic throughout this whole journey because I know this medication works, but it’s really hard! Today I am feeling really down because of how my skin is looking, but I’m really trying my best to stay hydrated and keep my skin moisturized and hopefully I will see better results as month 2 comes around :) Thanks for reading!
Hiii I made this account so that my boyfriend doesn’t have to hear me talk about skincare all the time. Im Juliana, skincare faNaTiC and merciless product sPenDer. This is my absolute hobby, the reason I get excited to go to bed and the reason I start every day w a fReSh face. This has definitely been a journey for me and my skin. I’ve never had severe skin issues, but hormonal acne hit me hard on the chin. I’m proud to say I’ve made it to the other side and have nothing but appreciation for all that I’ve learned. I’m excited to share my very unprofessional opinions on different products with you. So PUT ON YOUR FAVORITE MASK because this is going to be a ride. -J
My name is Kayla. I have been strughling with acne sinse i was 11 i am now 16 and im graduating high school early. Im not a super insecure person until it comes to my acne. For about three years i had it goid i was using proactive until one day when i got a new box from the mall of it out of those machines and i used it when i got home and my skin flipped out it started burning as soon as i started washing my face with the step one cleanser so ever since then ive been trying to find what works for me. The best thing ive found so far is the Simple - Kind to Skin Moisturizing Facial Wash i have been using it for two months now and my skin has cleared a ton but its still really bad. I have a ton of acne on my chin and cheeks and a little on my four head. I have black head all on my nose. I drink at least 8 cups of water a day. I use the Simple - Smoothing Facial Scrub ever two weeks. And about once a week i use the Walgreens clarify facial mask with spearamint leaf oil i couldnt find it when i searched it in the products but ill leave a picture. At nught i put the neutrogena on the spot acne treatment which i also couldnt find but ill leave a picture of it. And on my scabs i out triple antibiotic ointment on. And i also use my nano facial mister to help close my poors. I have really oily sensative skin by eye brows are dry they tend to flake. I live in florida so its very humid. I dont have a lot of money i cant afford high end stuff i usally go to walmart CVS and Walgreens. I know moisterizer and sunscreen is really important but i cant find anything to work if anyone can help me i would really really really appreciate it. I watch a lot of dermatologist on youtube but most stuff recommended ive tried or is expensive i would go to one but me and my mom cant really afford it. If you could give me any kind of tips i would really appreciate it. Also in the photos my phone isnt picking up how red my acne really is when i look in the mirrior i have a lot of redness and irritation.
Simple-Kind to Skin Moisturizing Facial Wash
Everything You Need To Know To Get Rid Of Your Acne
Getting rid of acne and pimples can be quite a challenge, especially if you’re dealing with more severe skin problems which already have led to skin traumas and scaring. At Cherie we believe that taking care of your inner and outer beauty are both important, and know how difficult it is to find working solutions to skin issues - especially acne!
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