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Surprised? Salicylic Acid Can Save Your Skin! | Cherie
Surprised? Salicylic Acid Can Save Your Skin! | Cherie
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Surprised? Salicylic Acid Can Save Your Skin!

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CheriePick
Hi babes😊! Always confused what salicylic acid is and how it can help with your skin problems? Take a look at the comments blow from our Cherie users! @CrystalClearSkin “I recommend getting an exfoliating cleanser to get rid of the bumps! also Salicylic acid should help as well. neutragena is a brand that has many cleansers with both, I am currently using the grapefruit exfoliating cleanser from them.” @Kim_Seung “No it not suppose to tingle you might a sensitivity to The product. I had the similar experience to, it wouldn’t burn to put the product on but the products I buy on after they would burn my skin. So I stopped using it and the rest of the products I put on didn’t burn on anymore. This product might not be for everyone as I stated in my review of the product. You can also try vitamin c if you have dark spots or Hyper pigmentation. Or Salicylic acid if you have dry skin and experiencing breakouts. I would recommend Face oils like Rosehip oil, Safflower oil, Jojoba oil, and etc...” @kenoelk “Salicylic acid, glycolic acid, or lactic acid are ingredients that will help. Using them won’t make it go away right away, it’ll take a hot sec to push all the gunk out! I saw someone commented about The Ordinary, and that’s a great place to start! Also, Paula’s Choice salicylic acid exfoliant is great! I’ve also been using the CereVe retinol that seems to help with stubborn ones. Make sure not to use too many products at once, but rotate them in your routine.” @Blyssey_Esthetician “Hi babe! Pore sizes are generic and you won’t be able to shrink them unless you do something invasive like microneedling. The key is keeping them clean to make them look smaller. Salicylic acid and niacinamide are great. Murad’s hydrating (green) toner is what I like to use since it’s alcohol free.” What's your experience of using salicylic acid? My fellow Cherie users, share your experience and tips below to help each other out. 👀👀👀 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.
Jul. 20

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