🥰Face Serum Amps Up Your Skincare Routine
Using serum is a crucial step to amp up your skincare routine, and choosing the right serum based on different skin types and skincare concerns is not that easy🤩. There has been lots of Cherie users in our community recommodating serum of different brands, and we truly appreciate their effort to make these super useful comments🥰. @SkinShareSkinCare “hey!! so I have two posts on my morning and nighttime routine! now for my morning routine i use the Derma-E Vitamin C Concentration Serum for brightening the face. I only use that one in the morning ( definitely use sunscreen after putting it on because your skin becomes very sensitive to the sun!). Now for my nighttime routine (post above) I use the AHA + BHA chemical solution and Niacinamide + zinc serum. For the chemical peel, use only once a week for a max of 10 mins! I also use the chemical peel in an alternative night to the glycolic acid because they both are exfoliating formulas. As for the Niacinamide + Zinc serum, you can use this morning and night, but i just apply on at night since i use a Vitamin C in the morning! but the Niacinamide + Zinc is a great serum to use both morning and night since it helps reduce pores size, helps with redness and has great ingredients for your face! hope this helps! i’d be happy to answer more questions!” @Skinsitive “Augmenting the skin barrier is one of the most effective way to encourage the skin to retain moisture. Ceramides, omega fatty acids, and peptides all help a lot. I love the Paula’s Choice Omega+ Complex Serum (fatty acids + ceramides) and Hyaluronic Acid Booster (actual hyaluronic acid + ceramides) for keeping my skin hydrated when my eczema flares!” @hannahissad “I have been using the Ayele &Co. Sunflower Sweets Serum for years now as a last step in my nighttime routine after I moisturize. It has jojoba, tea tree, and vitamin e oil as it’s key ingredients so it’s great for oily and acne prone skin. I like using a face oil at night as a way to seal in the moisture. In the winter I will add jojoba oil to my moisturizer for more hydration. I’ve also used rosehip oil to help with acne and scarring.” For other Cherie members, feel free to comment below and talk about your choice of serum. I'd love to hear your reviews of the products! S/O to all the experts who generously left comments and solved others' problems! 👀👀👀 Don't forget to follow your best friend CheriePick, an official Cherie account, to interact with other Cherie members and get the best content in the community. Xoxo.
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Gently Scrubbing Your Way to a Silky Body! The Five Best Body Scrubs on the Market
Beat those winter blues from the comfort of your own home by revitalizing and rejuvenating the skin on your body with the best body scrubs on the market.
The best foundation to wear is clear skin 🙌🏼 My skin may not be perfect- I have issues with pores and redness I may never overcome, and thats ok- but its been a loooong time since ive felt confident enough to post a picture of my bare skin- no foundation, no tinted moisturizer, no BB cream, no concealer- maybe grade 8?? This skincare journey took a long time to get here though, skincare is definitely not an overnight process. It took all of three years (and possibly a pregnancy to “reset” my hormones) to get to the skin I’m confident in today. But skincare is definitely a huge factor in your clear skin goals, just be patient, and be sure to find the right products for you!
1 Week Microdermabrasion Progress! 🌟
Sometimes no matter how GREAT our skincare routine is, we need extra help. At least every three months, I try to schedule a professional procedure to help my skin. Last week, I went for a facial followed up by microdermabrasion because my skin has been acting up, and there’s a lot of sebum building up creating blackheads and inflammatory bumps. What’s microdermabrasion? In professional microdermabrasion, tiny crystals help remove the outer layer of the skin. There’s no need for numbing medicine since the procedure is less aggressive. Think about it as an intense exfoliation that leaves skin softer and brighter. Who should get microdermabrasion? Because the treatment is fully customizable, it can be adjusted to treat all skin types. People looking to improve the following conditions should consider microdermabrasion: ￼Wrinkles. ￼Fine facial lines. ￼Sun damage. ￼Skin discoloration. ￼Acne scarring. ￼Sunspots. ￼Stretch marks. ￼Blackheads. How long does microdermabrasion results last? You’ll be able to experience some results immediately. For example, brightness and texture improve instantly. But these results are only temporary. Your skin will go back to normal after a few days. It takes your skin 30 days to self-regenerate. In the first week after your treatment, you’ll see fewer breakouts, improved texture, and brightness. But, to truly see the benefits of microdermabrasion, you need at least 3-6 sessions in the course of the next six months. Usually, these treatments are scheduled a month in between. Anything I should do after my treatment? YES! Avoid using any harsh chemicals on the day of your treatment. You should apply sunscreen the following days as well because your skin will be more sensitive to sunlight. Try not to exfoliate or do any peels at least two weeks after your treatment.
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