Say hello to my bare summer skin!! 👋🏼🌞
Hi everyone!! For reference on how my products are working for me, this is my current makeup-free face! My main concerns right now are redness, dark spots, and the maskne is REAL. If anyone has any suggestions for products to fade dark spots or reduce redness, please drop them below ⬇️⬇️⬇️
I need new products to try out. Pls help :(
Hey guys! I’ve been struggling with acne and pores my whole life and it’s been getting better since the last few years as I’ve been starting to buy more and more products that have been helping with my acne and my skin. Tbh I’m not even sure what my skin is. Sometimes it’s oily, sometimes it’s dry and sometimes it has a combination of both. So when skin care specialists or dermatologists ask what type of skin I have I really don’t know how to answer them. I think I mainly have oily skin since after a day out I would be sweating my make up off. I’ve been switching my products a lot. I started my skin care journey with neutrogena products. Their oily acne prone cleanser with their acne spot treatments and their toner. I didn’t see much change in my skin so switched my cleanser to clean and clear acne cleanser. That didn’t seem to work out either but I’m currently using ✨urban skin rx cleansing bar for oily ✨thayers witch hazel toner (fragrance free) ✨stridex salicylic acid 2% w/ acne medication pads (easy on skin, tough on acne one) (I use it every night) ✨the ordinary AHA 30% peeling solution ( once a week) ✨CeraVe moisturizing cream for Normal to dry Skin I have seen a change in my face by using these products but I still seem to have large pores around my cheeks and dark spots and acne scars and I’m also looking for a different cleanser since I’m not too sure how gentle the cleansing pads can be from the urban rx skin bar ones.
My skin is not sensitive I do not use continue any product I simply use himalaya face wash Now after pregnancy I have hyperpigmentation dark spots on face please recommend me morning and night care product and how I use it Thanks I want to use ordinary and cera v products
This post is basically most of the question I have about skincare. Feel free to answer these questions or have a look at the questions and answers if you are confuse or unsure of what this or that do. Keep in mind I have.... - combination skin - acne - hyperpigmentation - few dark spots - medium skin pores Questions: 1. When applying a serum do I wait five minutes, wash it off then add moisturizer? Or do I wait five minutes and then add moisturizer? 2. What products do you recommend I use to get rid of dark spots or hyperpigmentation? ( p.s I have combination skin ) 3. What ordinary product is great for hydration? 4. Is Cerave moisturizing cream good for combination skin? 5. Should I buy the niacinamide from the Ordinary or AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution from the Ordinary? I will probably be posting questions I have about skincare once in a while 🤷🏻♀️ so anyone passing by my post can have a look at the questions and answers if they are confused or unsure as me lol
✨ ALL NATURAL SKINCARE 🍓🌞
I've struggled with acne for 10 years and am always on the hunt for a good healthy product. I've been using SudzAndWhey's Calendula face bar for several months now and absolutely LOVE it. It's soft and moisturizing and contains calendula petals which make the soap pretty and also exfoliating!! It's also made with goat milk and essential oils, both of which are good for skin and the essential oils also make it smell yummy. Highly recommend if you want to fight acne or just want a nice soap for facial care. I buy it on etsy from SudzAndWhey.
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