The product: it’s from Bunnyzclean on Instagram and it has multi-functional use for deep cleaning, massaging and pore refining. Claims to help with removing blackheads, Deep Skin Massager,Diminishes Wrinkles, Activates your skins circulation, Removes Oils and Impurities, Shrink Pores, Deep Moisturizing My impressions: to be brutally honest wasn’t my favorite thing in the world. It has a soft side and a rough side. I used the soft side mostly and it dried out my skin so much! I do think it cleanse really well but it also stripped. I don’t think it would be good if you have dry skin. It might work better with oily skin because you are producing more oils then I am. How it worked for my dry skin: not good at all! It made my skin all flaky and extra dry. Length of use: a week Cost: $85 and don’t think its worth it. Recommend: no I would probably recommend checking out a Foreo one, I hear those are soft and hear great reviews on those. Repurchase: nope, I was actually sent this one. Overall rating: 2 out of 5 because it was not a great product for me. I don’t think they are necessary because my hands work just fine. The price is crazy and it dried out my already dry skin. ⭐️⭐️ Have you used a cleansing tool? What was it and how do you like it?
SPOTLIGHT PRODUCT: RETINOIDS (Q&A)
Who’s should be using a retinoids? ☁️Essentially everyone, but with caution when first starting out What is it? ☁️Retinoids are a type of vitamin a that helps with cell turnover What are they used for? ☁️Wrinkles, fine lines, acne, and psoriasis What is the difference between retinoids and retinols? ☁️Retinols are a type of retinoid. Retinoids need to be prescribed to you by a doctor (with the exception of Differin.) They can be perscirbed with a larger amount of retinoic acid than what you would see in your store-bought products. Which is right for me? ☁️If you want to treat acne/psoriasis etc. talking to a dermatologist about a prescription retinoid is a great place to start! If you are targeting fine lines and wrinkles, an over-the-counter retinol will do wonders! *Remember to always use retinoids at night and apply sunscreen daily as they have a tendency to make your skin more sensitivie to sunlight ☀️ Sources: Byrdie and personal experiences
Glam glow cream
GLAMGLOW - Good in Bed Passionfruit Softening Night Cream This is the glam glow night cream which claims to brighten and resurface your skin. The target concerns are dry, dehydrated, or skin looking for some extra glow. It has a creamy gel like texture that is similar to the cera ve pm cream. I have used it on and off for a few weeks just to try it out. I got it as a free sample and was excited because I wanted to make my skin glow. I hate how this product is super fragranced and didn’t really live up to what it said it would do. It didn’t make my existing skin too much worse but also didn’t improve it. I overall wouldn’t recommend it because the full size is fairly expensive and it doesn’t really do anything. There are so many better and cheaper creams out there so I’d recommend trying something like that instead.
GLAMGLOW-Good in Bed Passionfruit Softening Night Cream
How do you get rid of back acne??
Here's how to get rid of back acne or body acne once and for all. ZONE 1:hormones May indicate a hormonal imbalance in our body.May also be caused by irritation from hair products or tight shirts. ZONE 2&3:hormones Hormonal fluctuations as in adolescents or drug use.May also be caused by sweating or straps which cause friction against our skin. ZONE 4:liver Fungal infection or allergies.May also be caused by tight clothing or soap that irritates the skin. ZONE 5&6:vitamin levels Vitamin A, D, K2 deficiency. May also be caused by overactive oil glands. ZONE 7:stomach Tight clothes or fabrics that irritate the skin. May also be caused by excess sweating. ZONE 8:hygiene and STDS Most susceptible to moisture and warmth. May also be caused by shaving. ZONE 9&10:allergies and sensitive skin. Creams and body lotions can irritate the skin. May also be caused by shaving. ZONE 11&12:hormones Acne caused by lifestyle. May also be caused by sweating and not showering after workouts. Zone13：digestive system Autoimmune response from gluten consumption. May also be tight clothing.