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My current thoughts on Cerave foaming cleanser
My current thoughts on Cerave foaming cleanser
This cleanser is supposedly for people with normal to oily skin. As someone with oily skin, I can attest that this product is awesome. Not only is it cheap (It was about $16 for the 16 fl oz which is the value size) but it got some great ingredients in it such as ceramides, hyauluronic acid which are good for hydration and niacinamide which is great for many things such as improving skin texture,. Radiance, acne, hyperpigmentation,... so it’s supposed to remove excess oil, dirt and makeup. I don’t usually wear makeup so idk if it can remove that efficiently and I really don’t know if the product is good at removing all that on its own because I use the The Ordinary - Squalane Cleanser before using it and lemme tell You... it cleanses the skin very gently yet efficiently, removing excess oil and stuffs without leaving it dry and since I have oily skin, that’s all I want. But keep in mind that when you pat dry your face after your even air dry for a long time until it’s completely dry my face slightly feels tight. A tip for people with oily skin.. do NOT try to make your skin dry because your skin is going to produce more oil in order to compensate and that’s gonna lead to more issues such as acne. Hope this helps. (Plus it got no fragrance)
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skincarelover001
Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin
CeraVe-Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin
Fix Concealer, Flaky Skin, Split Ends, & More
Fix Concealer, Flaky Skin, Split Ends, & More
#CheriePartner I can’t sing the praises of CeraVe - Healing Ointment enough! I love this balm. Its ingredient list is absolutely stacked with occlusives, emollients, humectants, ceramides, and vitamin e. It’s nourishing and manages to be both hydrating and moisturizing- a drug store gem for sure! For $20 I got a 12 oz tub of what I consider the most multi-use beauty/skincare/body care product in my home. Here are some ways I use this gloriously silky balm: • Pre-Concealer: Applying a thin layer of balm to my undereyes a few minutes before applying concealer keeps it from flaking, creasing, or looking too matte. • Target Dry Spots: A light hand with this balm is needed on the face! Scoop a tiny bit out, rubbing fingers together to let it warm. Then pat over areas prone to dryness- I even gently pat it over my entire face on nights I use tretinoin if my skin has been dry that day! • Pickers, Protect Your Scabs: Picking is an unfortunate, but common, habit that can go along with having acne. Whenever I pick a blemish to bleeding, I make sure to use a peptide serum and this balm, applying a very thin layer over the scab. By morning, it’s far less red and aggravated! • Ashy Knee Fix: I have really dry joints, so I keep a tube of balm with me anytime I’m wearing shorts or a dress. I can spot-treat my joints specifically, but usually I just let a small amount melt in my palm then rub my legs and knees. It leaves my skin so soft and moisturized: shiny but not greasy! • Split End Treatment: It’s been hard not going to a hairdresser, with the current state of the world and all. The tips of my hair aren’t in horrible shape, but they’ve definitely been better, so I’ve been making sure to add a layer of balm to the tips of my hair when I do my weekly hair mask- it seems to really help the hair mask soak in while still rinsing out well. • Miscellaneous: Rub it on your cuticles to help keep your fingers looking lovely. Use it mixed into a hand cream, so long as you give it a bit extra time to soak in before grabbing your phone! Rub a small amount on ears before moving up a gauge/mm. Use it as a lip balm. I can’t emphasize enough that this is the ultimate moisturizing product for me, for my entire body 🙌🏽
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Skinsitive
Healing Ointment
CeraVe-Healing Ointment
TRY THIS IF RETINOL DOESN’T LIKE YOU
TRY THIS IF RETINOL DOESN’T LIKE YOU
Got mild stretch marks or lines? Or you want to even your skintone and keep it soft and glowing? And retinol just is too strong for your skin and you just can’t handle it? You should try rosehip seed oil. The Ordinary strikes again with their skincare power for only a few dollars. I decided to try cold-pressed rosehip seed oil because I heard retinol can give you allergic reactions or sensitivity. Its benefits are purported to be rich in linoleic and linolenic acids as well as pro-Vitamin A (similar to retinol but not exactly), used for treating acne scars, fine lines and evening complexion (but not as harshly as acids). Let’s put TO’s rosehip seed oil to the rest. The Ordinary - 100% Organic Cold Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil In a 30 ml $9.90 CAD bottle, it has a mild omega fatty acid scent and has a yellow colour. I only need 2-3 drops on my face, massaging it in before bedtime and I’m good to go. I also make sure I pat on CeraVe - Moisturizing Cream For Normal To Dry Skin for moisturizing. I have sensitive skin that gets outbreaks of eczema so I must moisturize while using this product. This is not retinol and nearly not as irritating. In fact, they say that if you want something that works for photo-aging and treating your skin without the nasty peeling and irritation that comes with retinol, you should use rosehip seed oil. However, I guess laser therapy has left my under eyes permanently hypersensitive that my left eye does not like this product. Neither do my eyelids. 😔 My right lower lid does not get any rashes or flaking/peeling. As seen in the last photo in the video, you’ll see that my eye wrinkles have gotten even worse using this because it dried out my skin and its peeling/flaking. Everywhere else literally is okay and does not get irritated. Be careful if you have really sensitive skin. Patch test this first before using it. Despite being more suitable for sensitive skin, it might do something weird on you and you’d never know. Overall results: My skin is generally soft and it’s beginning to glow. I haven’t seen any improvements on acne scars yet because they’re quite deep and plentiful. I also use TO’s Argireline serum and Lactic Acid every 2 days as well alongside this oil. It actually works for improving your overall complexion and I hope to see effects on my eye wrinkles and elasticity soon. So far sad about the flaking part! I don’t know if it’s an allergy or just a sensitivity? Make sure you apply this before bedtime and wear sunscreen!!!! I will update when I get more results soon. Stay tuned everyone! Comment your feedback if you used this product or have any questions! ❤️🌻
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mel.beauty
100% Organic Cold Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil
The Ordinary-100% Organic Cold Pressed Rose Hip Seed Oil