Any product suggestions for my skin type?
I keep breaking out and I need help finding a product for me so if you have any suggestions comment them below my goal is clear skin and the product I am using isn’t working as well as facials which make my skin break out worse. I also have a ingrown pimple on my chin, hard to view because of my terrible lighting, and bad blackheads. So please help because I’m trying to glow up during quarantine 🤍😭
May 11, 2020
Hey guys I’m not really sure what to do anymore I’m losing hope and I’ve used a lot of products and haven’t seen results. I just want to know what it is or what products I could use. I need some help please. :(
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