Pm skin routine
This is my PM skin routine for oily and normal skin. Cetaphil - Cetaphil Moisturizing Lotion ST. Ives - BLACKHEAD CLEARING GREEN TEA SCRUB HARD CANDY - Rose Drench Refresher Spray cleen beauty - Vitamin C Papaya Glow Serum DRUNK ELEPHANT - Protini Polypeptide Cream Epiphany Lips Care - Coconut Lip Scrub Epiphany Lips Care - Epiphany Lips Care Lip Masks
ST. Ives-BLACKHEAD CLEARING GREEN TEA SCRUB
Oil to help heal acne? Yes really!
The ordinary rosehip oil has done wonders for my acne prone skin. I know many people with acne would shy away from using oils but I love them and truly believe they help. Instead of using harsh products that dry your skin out, try nourishing it and watch how your skin changes. I have been using this product for about 4 months now and I’m still on the same bottle. A little goes a long way. This cold pressed rosehip oil is only $6 as well which is a steal! I apply a few drops at night as my last step in my skin care routine and when I wake up in the morning my skin is glowing and the redness from my acne is gone. It does take a little while for it to work on your acne directly but the results (at least for me) have been amazing. It also helps dissolve scarring from acne overtime. If you’re looking for a more natural to heal your blemishes I highly recommend this oil. This product was a miracle for my acne. The Ordinary - 100% Organic Cold Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil
The Ordinary-100% Organic Cold Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil
The beat acne patches!!
I absolutely love these patches from zitsticka! They are targeted for acne under your skin that hasn’t come to a head yet. You open the cleaning cloth provided filled with alcohol, vitamin e, tea tree oil, and salicylic acid, clean your pimple, open the patch, and press into your skin for at least two hours (I recommend overnight while you sleep) and In the morning your pimple will significantly decrease in size or disappear completely. I didn’t believe that these would actually work as most zit stickers don’t for me but these worked amazingly. The reason for that is because Each patch has small micro darts filled with hyaluronic acid, salicylic acid, niacinamide, sodium hydroxide, and OG-76 (a pepetife). They don’t hurt upon application and within two hours the ingredients in the patch easily dissolve deep into the layers of your skin. I saw a noticeable difference in the appearance and feel of my break outs. Overall I truly did enjoy this product HOWEVER I do few that they are extremely pricey. This box equals out to $29 USD. For only 8 patches I feel like you don’t fully get your moneys worth. Second, although it is very cool packaging I do feel like it is a big waste. I understand the purpose of some of it to a point but hope in the near future that the company decides to go for a less wasteful packaging. ZITSTICKA - Killa Kit