Acne sufferer, in her 40’s who has formulated her own product line. My skin has been clear for over a yr. https://www.etsy.com/shop/JeVeSkincare
Deep Sea Face Wash & Toner
This combo is great for dry/mature skin, it is packed full of ingredients that help to diminish fine lines and wrinkles as well as hydrate and plump the skin. Please check it out at https://www.etsy.com/shop/JeVeSkincare
Charcoal and Lactic Acid Face Wash & Toner
As a sufferer of cystic acne, I formulated my brand to specifically target acne/oily prone skin. Not only does this Face Wash and Toner work at keeping your skin clear, it is formulated with Extracts and Humectants that help to hydrate and even out skin tone. Check them out at https://www.etsy.com/shop/JeVeSkincare#JéVéSkincare - Charcoal & Lactic Acid Face Wash & Toner[products]#[FiveStars]
Salicylic Acid Face Wash, Toner, & Facial Serum
JéVéSkincare by Cynda, has just released its new line of Products. Salicylic Acid Face Wash, Facial Toner, and Facial Serum. I am so excited about this line and it’s launch. As a cystic acne sufferer (hereditary)I have battled my whole life to have clear skin. The pain of acne runs so deep, as it impacts your life in so many ways. It certainly impacted mine very negatively. Finally though for the last year and a half I have been completely free of breakouts, using only my products. Not only is it clear, but it is the healthiest it has ever been. It isn’t perfect, and I still have some scarring, but I’m happy with it! Truly happy. My hope now, is that my products can impact your lives as much as they have mine. Enjoy! https://www.etsy.com/shop/JeVeSkincare P.S. AHA’s and BHA’s are great for mature/dry skin aswell. They have anti-aging benefits.#JéVéSkincare - Salicylic Acid Face Wash Face Toner & Facial Serum[products]#[FiveStars]
Brand New- Salicylic Acid Face Toner
Salicylic Acid or BHA’s can penetrate the skin to work deep down in your pores at removing oil, sebum, and dirt. Proven to be a must ingredient in you anti-acne formulations. BHA’s also have anti-aging effects when used for wrinkles and fine lines. I am a person who is now in her 40’s and am starting to see my age creep up on me, and to top it off I have suffered from cystic acne my whole life. I formulated this product for all of those issues in mind. I use this and the Salicylic Acid Face wash daily and my skin has never looked as clear and hydrated as it does today. Check it out. Thank you Cynda https://www.etsy.com/shop/JeVeSkincare
Behind the scenes...taking product photos of my Charcoal Face Wash & Toner. Formulated with acne/oily skin in mind. Skin like mine...as I’ve suffered from cystic acne my whole life. With these two products I’ve had clear skin for a little over a year.
Charcoal toner https://www.etsy.com/shop/JeVeSki
Great for acne/oily skin. Charcoal deep cleanes and refines pores, while lactic acid regulates cell turnover and hydrates the skin https://www.etsy.com/shop/JeVeSkincare
Do you know your skin letters?
As a fan of psychology, I’ve always been intrigued by the Meyer-Briggs Personality types (I’m an ENFP✨). So when I came across this the Baumann Skin Types I was so excited to break it down. What you need to know: 📍(D)ry vs. (O)ily: After you wash your face how does it feel afterwards (throughout the day)? Ive posted about how to find your skin care type, but this is really important to understand. (Sorry for my fellow combo babes but you have to pick a side!) 📍(S)ensitive vs. (R)esistant: Do fragrances trigger you? Do you find certain things give you rashes? Do you experience abnormal redness? Then you’re a sensitive skin type. On the other hand if your skin is resilient then lower concentration of products don’t have a big effect on your skin and you can withstand a lot of ingredients. 📍(P)igmented vs. (N)on-pigmented: Dark marks or hyperpigmentation? You’re a P Even skin tone? You’re a N 📍(W)rinkle-Prone vs. (T)Ight: If you’re wrinkle-prone, you will notice various fine lines and well.. wrinkles, then you’re a W. If you’re tight, you have a overall smooth complexion. So you’re a T (When deciding this, remember sun exposure, age, genetics, ethnicity, and other habits are important.) So after this little review my letters are: ✨DRPT (Dry Resistant Pigmented Tight) #13 My skin is currently more on the dry side (due to the weather and my amount of actives). It’s also very resistant because fragrances, and other skin allergens do not bother me. I’m definitely pigmented (acne scars and extra melanin) and my skin is overall tight ( I only have a few fine lines under my eyes that are really genetic and lack of wearing sunscreen) What’s your letters ? 👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾
If you are dealing with acne scarring, maybe this post will help! Acne scars are formed when a breakout penetrates the skin deeply and damages the tissues beneath it. During the healing process, the body produces collagen—a substance that gives the skin support. If the body produces too little or too much collagen, you will see a scar. Who is at risk for acne scarring? When a person Has inflammatory (swollen, reddish, and painful) acne. These often include acne cysts and nodules. This type of acne tends to penetrate deep into the skin, which damages the skin. Delays or does not treat inflammatory acne The longer a person has inflammatory acne, the greater the risk of scarring. Picks, squeezes, or pops acne This increases inflammation, which increases the risk of scarring. Has a blood relative who developed acne scars Genes play a large role. Products that are recommended by dermatologists: SKINCEUTICALS - C E Ferulic With 15% L-Ascorbic Acid Vitamin C Serum SHANI DARDEN SKIN CARE - Retinol Reform Murad - Invisiscar Resurfacing Treatment OLE HENRIKSEN - Glow2OH Dark Spot Toner Dr Dennis Gross - Skincare Alpha Beta Peel Extra Strength Formula 30 Applications If you have tried over the counter products and still aren’t seeing any results, your best bet is to see a good dermatologist. They use the following treatments: Laser skin resurfacing Chemical peeling Dermabrasion Microdermabrasion (differs from kits bought for at-home use) Resurfacing works well for treating acne scars that are nearly flat (not too deep). Even dermabrasion, which removes the top layers of skin and some of the middle layers, cannot effectively treat deep acne scars. For deeper scarring, they sometimes use fillers. A dermatologist may fill acne scars with collagen, the patient’s own fat, or another substance. Many fillers give temporary results, which last between 6 and 18 months. Some fillers are permanent. Collagen -induction therapy, skin tightening, electrodesication, and even scar surgery are also used. The takeaway is don’t think that you don’t have options! Definitely give the products I listed a good try. It can take months and months to really start seeing results so you definitely need to be patient. If those do not work for you, your dermatologist has a ton of options ❤️ Remember that no matter your skin, you are beautiful!!!
SKINCEUTICALS-C E Ferulic With 15% L-Ascorbic Acid Vitamin C Serum