Tipos de acné
Hay muy poca información para mi gente hispana en español. Así que he decidido postear de ahora en adelante en español para poder compartir mi información con ustedes. 🥰 -Gracias por leerme- En mis años de adolescente nunca había pensado que las espinillas tuvieran diferentes nombres de acuerdo a la manera en que se sentían y se veían. De acuerdo a mis experiencias y con mucha información, he aprendido que además de tener diferentes nombres, requieren diferentes soluciones, y todo esto depende también de tu tipo de piel. ☺️ ¿Qué tipo de piel tienes? ¿Una piel normal? ¿Grasosa? ¿Seca? ¿Tienes una combinación de piel grasosa y seca? ¿La tienes sensible? TODOSSSS estos tipos de piel requieren diferentes tratamientos, para los diferentes problemas de piel. Ya sea solo acné, o manchas de acné, manchas de sol, ojeras, decoloración, rosácea, etc. Estaré posteando más información de cada una de los tipos de piel, y problemas de la piel. Mientras tanto lean están imágenes para que obtengan una idea de lo que les hablo. 😉 #spanish #español #cuidatupielenespañol
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Holy grail product!!
Did you know Salicylic acid is naturally found in the bark of a willow tree? PRODUCT: This peeling solution is a exfoliating product that has 30% AHA(alpha hydroxy acid) and 2% BHA(beta hydroxy acid), which help fight blemishes. Not only does it fight blemishes, it also helps with fine lines and wrinkles, dull skin, and uneven texture. This solution is meant to stay on for no longer than 10 minutes. ✨Glycolic Acid: strong anti-aging properties that reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and it exfoliates the top layer of skin encouraging skin cell turnover. ✨Lactic Acid: exfoliates outer layer of skin, aids in reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and increases cell turnover. ✨Salicylic Acid: removes dead skin cells and unclogs pores to reduce acne. MY THOUGHTS: This is my second bottle of this solution and I’m more obsessed with it than ever before! I was originally very scared to try this because I had heard it was a strong product that burned...though I agree that it is a strong product, I also consider it to be strongly effective too. It tingles when I apply it, but it feels more like an itch than a burn. I leave it on for 10 minutes and when I take it off, my skin feels like a baby’s bum. My blemishes are also SO controlled now thanks to this solution. This product has truly worked wonders on my skin and I highly recommend it! SIDE NOTE: 🌱🐰This product is vegan, cruelty-free, gluten-free, and paraben-free.
Two Additions to my Autumn Routine 🍂
🌻 Hello to the cuties of Cherie 🌻 This year is my very first time living in a city with a real deal Autumn !! I moved to Manhattan in the middle of July and the heat was no joke! I kept my routine light and focused on barrier repair. But now it’s finally beginning to cool off and my combination skin is going to need a bit more TLC to get me through the coming months! 🍁 It was past time to add an oil cleanser to my routine and after doing quite a bit of research I went with DHC - Deep Cleansing Oil I’ve used this the past two nights so this review is just first impressions. Because I’m acne prone I wanted to find a cleanser with oils low down on the comedogenic scale. The main oil in this is Olive Oil (which is a two on a scale of one to five). This has no added fragrance which I love and it felt lovely on my skin. I used CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin after this which sometimes feels a bit stripping, but since adding the Deep Cleansing Oil it has left me feeling clean bit still hydrated, which is a MUST for the cooler months!! 🍄 After spending so much time repairing my moisture barrier I realized that some of my methods of exfoliation in the past have just been too harsh for my skin. I’m going to be repurposing them; specifically The Ordinary - AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution and replacing with The Ordinary - Mandelic Acid 10% + HA Mandelic acid is a much more gentle form of chemical exfoliation. The molecules are smaller and so don’t penetrate as deeply! It’s also great for treating hyperpigmentation. I have only used this once since receiving it, so I’ll post an update in a month on how it’s been working for me! I plan to use it 3x a week. Do any of you guys use these products ? 🍂 Happy Fall Equinox 🍂
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These two products are helping my skin stay clearer. First, I use the charcoal mask about once a week to keep my pores clear and fight blemishes. It doesn’t dry out my skin and it contains salycilic acid. I also use it as a spot treatment and it works very well. I learned about these pimple patches from James Welsch on YouTube. I’ve used a different brand and I wasn’t too impressed, but these ones work so well! My pimples don’t dry out, which I like, but they seem to be disappearing much faster. Give these products a try!
Best Product for Acne
Hey guys! I wanted to share with you the product that finally cleared up the acne scabs I was suffering with for WEEKS. COSRX - Cosrx Acne Pimple Master Patch If you’re hesitant about making this purchase, do it! These pimple patches have cleared the stubborn hormonal acne scabs on my chin in a matter of 3 nights. They are inexpensive and can be found at Ulta for $6 or other retailers like Amazon (where I bought mine). Buying them on Amazon is great too because they come in different size packages. I believe I paid $12 for 96 patches. To use these, the directions say to cleanse your face, apply the patches to the affected spots and then apply serums or moisturizers around the patches. Of course I wasn’t thinking and applied my serums/moisturizer because I’m so used to my routine, but I was pleasantly surprised to see that the patches still stuck and worked so well. Even after one night I saw a difference. Now the scabs are gone after 3 nights of application and I have some leftover scarring, but nothing that I can’t fix with The Ordinary - AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution Hope this helps others struggling with stubborn acne!
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I can’t believe how my skin changed. 😨
I am the type of person who always think the worse, and I really thought that I was not going to get better. -Thanks for reading me in advance- 💖 JUST TO LEAVE SOMETHING CLEAR I HAVE A COMBINATION TYPE OF SKIN. SO THIS MIGHT NOT WORK FOR YOU IF YOU HAVE ANY OTHER TYPE OF SKIN. Current morning routine: - I wash my face with Aveeno - Positively Radiant, Micellar Gel Cleanser I found out gels cleansers works better for my type of skin, it doesn’t leave my face too dry and neither too oily. - I use GARNIER - SkinActive Micellar Cleansing Water with Rose Water it hydrates my face so well as cleaning any residue. 😋 - I let it dry and then I use The Ordinary - Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% I pat it with my hands into my face for a better absorption. - I then proceed to spray my face with GARNIER - SkinActive Balancing Facial Mist with Green Tea I use the aloe Vera and I found out it makes the serum absorbs better and deeper into my skin. 🙂 - I proceed to use my CeraVe - PM Facial Moisturizing Lotion for the day? Yes. Cuz my face works better if I put a moisturizer and a sunscreen separately 😅 - I then use CeraVe - Mineral Sunscreen Lotion SPF 50 for Body with Zinc Oxide I found out it leaves me looking like a ghost 😳 but it works as a color correction, I am able to cover my scars better by only using my bb cream After the sunscreen. For night time routine: I do the same cleansing method as my morning routine, the only difference is that instead of putting Niacinamide I put The Ordinary - Azelaic Acid Suspension 10% for my dark spots and scars. I, of course, skip sunscreen but I do add a benzoyl spot treatment Clearasil - Rapid Rescue Spot Treatment Cream For any blemishes or future blemishes that I can spot. 🤪 I also use 2x a week a chemical peeling The Ordinary - AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution for my scars and acne. And a masque The Ordinary - Salicylic Acid 2% Masque cuz I am acne prone skin and this works wonderfully for me. :) • I really encourage you to inform yourself about your type of skin and the really good ingredients that can favor your skin problem. • Learning about the ingredients that helps an specific skin care problem, really changed my skin care routine game. I am more able to spot a good skin care product by only checking the ingredients section, instead of wasting my money into a product that might or might not help me. :) You are so nice if you finished reading me. 🥺💖 Enjoy your day! 💖🥰
current skincare favs and ditch list!
all of the products above are all skincare products that i have accumulated over a few months! FAVORITES CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin i reviewed this one in my last post, saying i wasn’t seeing any results. although i still have acne, my fave always feels cleaner and purer after using this cleanser. CeraVe - AM Facial Moisturizing Lotion SPF 30 CeraVe - PM Facial Moisturizing Lotion these moisturizers are so good! they do such a good job with my dry, peeling skin, and as soon as i put them on, i see immediate results. STRIDEX - Daily Care Acne Pads with Salicylic Acid, Sensitive with Aloe (i have the off brand version since they didn’t have on brand in the store) these acne pads are fairly good and they do burn, but it makes me feel likes it’s working i guess! i do think it helps with my acne but it drys out my skin so much!!! i have to moisturize a lot because of this. i don’t know if i should ditch it yet.. HERO COSMETICS - Mighty Patch Original and Invisible+ Bundle i don’t have a lot of whiteheads so finding places to put these where they’ll actually work is a guessing game. sometimes they’ll do a great job and sometimes nothing will happen at all. it’s not he patch though- it’s my skin haha! i actually love these though! DITCH LIST Clean&Clear - Morning Burst Oil-Free Gentle Daily Face Wash although i can’t say i’ve used this consistently since i bought the small travel bottle just to try it- every time i use it my face just feels sticky? just super dry and sticky. Clean&Clear - Share NIGHT RELAXIN Deep Cleaning Face Wash not even gonna lie this worked kind of well for me and i could feel the cooling after i used it. i don’t know if that’s a good thing or a bad thing but it was actually really refreshing to use. the only reason this is on my ditch list is because i’m biased from hyram and started using cerave lol. Clearasil - Rapid Rescue Spot Treatment Cream ok this actually sucks. i don’t see any results at all and it just drys up so quickly and PEELS. i have to use a damp cloth to scrub it off my face because it just layers and peels all over the place. please comment any advice or anything you would like to share! thank u, hope it helped!
Affordable Hair Treatments Worthy of Repurchase
I purchased these four of the eight The Inkey List hair products a little bit after they released the line- I hope to try the Chia, Vitamin C, and Shea products later as well, though I’m not interested in the Amino Acid serum since I plan to embrace greying. The serums vary from £7.99 to £14.99 per 50mL, a very reasonable price range expected from the budget-friendly brand. • THE inkey LIST - Salicylic Acid Exfoliating Scalp Treatment uses 2% salicylic acid to break down buildup that might lead to an itchy scalp, flat hair, and/or flakiness. Plus it contains added humectants to help with moisture, adding to its help with an itchy or dry scalp. I really like this! I noticed my hair looked more shiny and had extra bounce, but I didn’t get the satisfaction of a scalp scrub. Can’t be beat for the price of £11.99! • THE inkey LIST - Hyaluronic Acid Hydrating Hair Treatment is amazing, period. For £9.99, it offers the most lightweight hydration I’ve encountered in a hair product- it makes my hair so, so soft when I apply it to wet hair. It took a while to get the hang of application (I don’t like it’s finish when applied to dry hair) but it helps quite a bit with frizz without weighing down my thick hair. The learning curve took off a star because I get the best results layering a more emollient detangling spray over it versus using it alone. • THE inkey LIST - Peptide Volumizing Hair Treatment is amazing for volume. I’m not entirely sure how it fluffs my hair so well, but it does, without the dry/sticky residue most volumizing powders/sprays leave. I’ve not noticed any long-term density or volume improvement like the product description touts, but the £9.99 price tag is infinitely worth the silky texture that still lifts my roots and makes my thick hair look more lustrous. • THE inkey LIST - Caffeine Stimulating Scalp Treatment unfortunately didn’t do much for me in regards to hair thickness, but I did notice my hair seemed to be suffering from less split ends, making my hair look healthier and giving an illusion of increased length. I plan to get another bottle (50mL of 1% Redensyl hair treatment for £14.99/$20USD?!) in hopes that I simply didn’t use it long enough. Ingredient-wise, this is a promising and affordable serum for those looking to thicken hair or increase its growth! #CheriePartner
First, ignore my weird hairline sunburn. Okay everyone loves this product and told me I should use it for my acne and blackheads. Sooo I did. I did a test patch on my arm a few days ago and left it for 5 minutes and it started to tingle and burn after a few. Knowing this could happen I immediately washed it off. So when I went to put the peel on my face I was a little nervous and decided not to do my whole face, only my problem areas, and to only leave it on for 5 minutes. I also have a weird sunburn on my hairline and I didn’t want to put it on that. Aaaaaand nothing really happened. Maybe I didn’t use enough? Maybe my face is less sensitive than my arm? I don’t feel any burning. Maybe a little tingling but not really and that was at the very end of the 5 minutes. I washed it off, and my face doesn’t look or feel any different. I will try again next Sunday, and do my whole face for 7-10 minutes to see if that makes a difference. It also smelled like a weird mix of chemicals and some kind of berries maybe? I don’t like the smell at all. I do however love that it looks like blood. Hopefully next week we will see more results. Fingers crossed!
The Ordinary-AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution
Glossier is the love of my life
Glossier Black Friday haul Exfoliating solution: 3/5, smells weird, kind of harsh, but definitely helps with breakouts Futuredew: 4/5 as a makeup primer NOT a skincare product. Only not a 5 because of odd smell. Haloscope highlighter: 5/5 GORGEOUS cream highlighter
Glossier.-Futuredew Oil Serum Hybrid
Third Week Impressions of a Viral Peel
Another tired looking photo of me, first thing in the morning after using The Ordinary - AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution 😂. Since it’s only my third time using it, I’m not quite seeing obvious results, but I have noticed a bit of a change in the texture and tone of my skin! It’s more even and bright, besides the pimples that popped up this week because my diet wasn’t the best. I’ve been using a few products from The Ordinary, and I’ll share them in another post. Can’t wait to see how my skin looks next week! If you regularly read my updates, thank you. 🥺❤️ And if you’re in the Edmonton area, I got my headband at Niche Beauty!
The Ordinary-AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution
I’m not sure what everyone has been talking about when they say this product works so good? I mean it burns everytime I put it on now, and i never see a difference after. I’ve been scared to use it lately because I don’t want to feel the burn again but at least it goes away after the first few seconds. I’m gonna try this out next week again and see if it burns still. If so then I will be moving on to another product. I feel like it wants to work but maybe my skin isn’t meant for this product. The Ordinary - AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution
The Ordinary-AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution
This was the first time using this peel and it was a bit uncomfortable. I lasted about 4 min with the mask on my face as it felt uncomfortable. Is this normal? I have acne prone oily skin so I really wanted to try this great reviewed mask. I might wait a few weeks try it again! Advice? The Ordinary - AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution
The Ordinary-AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution
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