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🥵This serum is not it🥵
So I’ve been using PAULA'S CHOICE - Skin Perfecting 2% BHA Liquid Exfoliator L'ORÉAL - Revitalift Derm Intensives Vitamin C Serum The Ordinary - Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin CeraVe - Daily Moisturizing Lotion For Normal To Dry Skin BIODERMA - Sensibio H2O Soothing Micellar Cleansing Water My skin looks great using all of the products listed above, you can see in the second photo. After my skin was reallly vibin and adjusting to my current product use I was like “let’s mix it up to try to see if I can get even better results” 🤔 which was me adding the LA ROCHE-POSAY - Hyalu B5 Pure Hyaluronic Acid Face Serum into the mix. The night after I used it my face was full of red spots and just overall blotchy skin with redness, you can see in the 1st photo. I do not recommend LA ROCHE-POSAY - Hyalu B5 Pure Hyaluronic Acid Face Serum it is full of fragrance which I’m think is what keeps giving me a reaction? Not sure either way it is not worth it and I’m pretty sure it’s around $30 so it’s a definite no. Save your money on this one.
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saruhrooez
Acne/Rosacea/Irritation ✨ 2 Month Progress
Hi Lovelies ❤️ I am a new to skincare but slowly starting to fall in love with taking care of my skin and the self care aspect that goes along with it! I have been dealing with redness, acne and rosacea for around 10 years. I have combination leaning oily skin that is pretty sensitive. For the past 2 months I have been using adapalene 3 times a week and I did experience some purging and irritation in the beginning, but it has subsided over the past 2 weeks. I don’t use any other actives like salicylic acid at night with the retinoid since it causes my skin to get irritated. If you also have sensitive skin or rosacea I would love to know what products you use to help with redness! Also I have been looking into a thicker moisturizer and eye cream for nighttime so any recommendations would be appreciated! Here is a run down of products that I use on my skin and the regimen I’ve been following for the past couple months ❤️ PM ROUTINE BIODERMA - Sensibio H2O Soothing Micellar Cleansing Water FIRST AID BEAUTY - Pure Skin Face Cleanser The Ordinary - Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 Neutrogena - Hydro Boost Eye Gel-Cream humane - Oil-Free Daily Lightweight Face Moisturizer LA ROCHE-POSAY - Effaclar Adapalene Gel .01% Topical Retinoid Acne Treatment (three times a week) AM ROUTINE CeraVe - SA Smoothing Cleanser The Ordinary - Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 Neutrogena - Hydro Boost Eye Gel-Cream humane - Oil-Free Daily Lightweight Face Moisturizer PURITO - Centella Green Level Unscented Sun SPF50+ OR Neutrogena - Sensitive Skin Face Liquid Sunscreen SPF 50
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ItsRy23
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A micellar water that I actually love and use!
I’ve used Bioderma products before thanks to my favorite makeup guru, Tati Westbrook! I love the Hydrobio Brume (water mist or water in a can 😂) and I knew I wanted to try the makeup remover especially when I saw it was for sensitive skin! I also saw plenty of positive reviews for this product on here from you 😊 Most micellar makeup removers make me break out, irritate the skin around my eyes, burn or don’t remove waterproof mascara. Bioderma Sensibio Water is different and worked for me! I’ve used 3 different waterproof mascaras with this product and I can say that it removed the majority of the mascaras with the exception of some residue from the CoverGirl Lash Blast mascara. It removed the rest of my eye makeup without harsh scrubbing and the product is gentle. BIODERMA - Sensibio H2O Soothing Micellar Cleansing Water
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GeeBee
The Best Makeup Remover I Have Used🔅🔅🔅
BIODERMA - Sensibio H2O I discovered this product through a number of YouTubers (mostly French) 3 years ago. When my bf went to France, I asked him to pick up a couple of bottles for me to try as I’ve watched so many great reviews about this product.   Bioderma is a French skincare brand that you can buy in French pharmacies. They have a line of moisturizers, toners, but this product is, I think, the most popular among the rest.   I’ve been using this micellar water for 3 years now, and it has always been my favourite. Sure, I try other brands to remove my makeup but this is definitely my holy grail product. It’s something that I will always use over and over again. It does its job of removing my makeup, even the stubborn liquid eyeliner, and it never irritates my skin. It’s so gentle but it’s tough on dirt and makeup residue.   I can’t recommend this product enough. This is definitely a must-have for me!
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thebeautyedit
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Night Routine p.1/2
Hello beautiful people! Now HERE is my night skin care routine. As you can notice, there’s a LOT MORE products that i let marinate on my skin before i sleep. I just feel like they help hydrate my skin more while I’m inactive. Whenever i wake up, i can see my face juicier and glowier! BIODERMA - Hydrabio H2O i work at a place where they require me to wear make up every shift, and i find that this micellar water removes my eye makeup really fast and easy! i like the hydrating one better because it doesn’t feel as stripping as the others. CLINIQUE - Take The Day Off Cleansing Balm i used to use makeup wipes to remove my makeup but then double cleansing was introduced to me! this is my first cleansing balm, and so far it’s doing the lord’s work! i find that it completely removes my face makeup faster and the facial massage that i do when i apply it makes the blood flow on my face better. if you’re oily, do not be afraid to try double cleansing! its main goal is to get rid of those oil based products by attracting it with...oil! well, balm, in this case. oil and water do not mix well together, so if you don’t double cleanse, there’s a good chance that there’s still some more makeup leftover on your skin trying to clog your pores. VICHY - Proeven Brightening Cleansing Foam after my cleansing balm, i go ahead with this cleanser right here! i rated it 3 stars because after using it for weeks, i still haven’t noticed anything different on my skin. what i like about it is that it doesn’t leave my face feeling stripped of moisture and hydration. this cleanser is more focused on evening out the skin tone. i can see how it’s a good aha/pha/bha starter product, though! i apply this with my fingers and gently massage my face for 30 seconds and then... FOREO - LUNA mini use this to finish my 1 minute (or more 😉) mark! at first i was skeptical about it. i thought it was just another skin care gimmick that no one really needs (like them jade rollers), but after buying and using it, i FELT the results almost instantly. after cleansing, i found that my skin felt smoother and softer. i could not believe the brujeria! it was easier to apply and smooth out products on my skin after this! cocokind - Rosewater Facial Toner as per my previous morning routine post, this toner will be my ride or die toner til the end (idk but for now it will be). thats all thank you. LA ROCHE-POSAY - Effaclar Duo (+) i have been seeing some mixed reviews about this one here in Cherie. I’m on the “omg i love this it works!” side. i broke out at the start of summer and it saved me and my soul. It flattened out my pimples in like a week of using it! i usually just put this where i break out most (by my jaw line), and it never dried me out. a trick: i apply this while my skin still feels damp with my toner!
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mirizzle
1, 2, 3 - My all-time favorite cleansers
Over the years I’ve tried probably over a hundred cleansers until I found those products that I would buy again. I mean, even if my skin is pretty clean and without blemishes, I still wasn’t happy with the greasy residue on the face after using an oil-based cleanser or the tight feeling that you get when you use a cleanser with alcohol in it. I thought I’d just buy cleansers and never be fully satisfied, until I came across these products. These are my all-time favorite and the only cleansers I would buy again.   1. Bioderma Hydrabio H2O Micelle SolutionBIODERMA - Hydrabio H2O This micellar water is apparently the only one that doesn’t require washing off your face. Yes, I recently discovered that micellar solutions are to be removed from the face after they do their job, even if it never says this on the label. This micelle solution from Bioderma is an award-winning beauty product and it’s for a good reason. It doesn’t have fragrance, is very gentle on the skin and can eliminate dust and sweat with just one swipe of the cotton pad. I use it in the mornings and in the evenings, after the squalane cleanser, and it’s my fav product when I travel.   2. Estee Lauder Gentle Eye Makeup RemoverESTĒE LAUDER - Gentle Eye Makeup Remover This is a product that I discovered recently, and I am very pleased with it. I wasn’t a big fan of eye makeup removers as I thought they are a complete waste of money and I could just use the micellar water or the facial cleanser. I got this as a gift and decided to give it a try, and it is totally worth it. It gets makeup off without me having to rub my eyes and get them all watery, which is a huge plus for me. Highly recommended, but since it’s just an eye makeup remover it takes second place.   3. The Ordinary Squalane CleanserThe Ordinary - Squalane Cleanser It’s not that I like the squalane cleanser less than the first two, it is just that I only use it in the evenings! But I totally recommend it. I put a small amount of product on my hand and rub the hands together until I get an oily consistency which is very pleasant to apply to the face. I just massage it into the face and then rinse with water. The whole cleansing process takes like 20 seconds and all the makeup is removed.        
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Anne_
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Skin Care Products I use Regularly
Can you please tell me which product I should stop using and recommend which new products I should try? I have very oily skin but my skin tends to get irritated and dehydrated after I cleanse it. All the products I’ve been using help me with my acne and blackhead problems and my new goal is to minimize my pores and to have healthy clear skin. Thank you!
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bubblyy
My 7 Skin Method Products:
**If your not sure what the 7-skin method is refer to my Korean 7-Skin Method post** BIODERMA - SensibioTonique pixi - Glow Tonic I just started using these but so far so good!! Bioderma is amazing my skin loves it...and this tonic can be used by sensitive types it is super gentle, lightweight and absorbs easily!! It contains water + Glycerin (a humectant) so you are definitely getting hydration from this product. I’m sure this product is going to stick around for a while!! The Pixi toner has 5%glycolic acid...I know it may seem harsh but it’s pretty gentle on my oily dehydrated skin. But it can be irritable to sensitive skin types so I don’t recommend to sensitive skin types. By the way I don’t always use the exfoliating toner in my 7-Skin Method I only use it 2-3 time a week! As it is recommended with any exfoliating at max. My 7-skin method for the most part is comprised of 4 layers of hydration and 1-2 layer of exfoliant 2-3 times a week! When I don’t exfoliate I will layer Bioderma 4-7 times. Remember Hydrated skin is Healthy and Happy Skin!
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Bathsheba
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🌜simple night time routine 🌛
My nighttime skincare routine is one of my favorite parts of the day. It’s the time when I begin to relax and take off everything the day has thrown at me. With that being said the nighttime skincare routine should be geared toward healing, treating, and repairing. It’s so important to have a well balanced nighttime routine. 🌜🌜🌜🌜 My first step is always using BIODERMA - Sébium H2O it’s the best micellar water I have ever tried and it’s super gentle. Oily/combo skin folks will LOVE this because it really does do a great job breaking down oil and removing dirt/makeup. (not pictured) Step two is always COSRX - Low PH Good Morning Gel Cleanser Although it says morning I always use it at night because it’s pH balanced and very gentle. It won’t strip your skin which is so important especially if you plan to go in with active ingredients after. Step 3 on DAMP skin I apply The Ordinary - Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 it helps my skin retain moisture and prepares it for the next steps in my routine (not pictured for a detailed review see my previous post) Step 4 I pat in ETUDE - SoonJung pH 5.5 Relief Toner which is my absolute HOLY GRAIL toners, it not only keeps skin hydrated, but it’s also pH balanced and helps protect the skin barrier. This is probably my 20th bottle of this stuff. It’s incredible. Step 5 Is ETHEIR DIFFERIN - DIFFERIN Acne Treatment Gel or The Ordinary - Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% I would never use these in the same routine. Instead I alternate and use each one every other day. Differin is a great product , it helped clear my skin up so fast. (I do plan on doing a more detailed review soon so stay tuned) The niacinamide has also worked amazing in balancing my sebum production and lightening my hyperpigmentation. Both of these products are amazing if you suffer from acne. Step 6 I use my MIZON - Snail Repair Eye Cream which I’ve talked about before. It’s really moisturizing and if you have very allergy prone eyes like me this is an absolute MUST. The price is also really affordable! Step 7 ETUDE - SoonJung 2x Barrier Intensive Cream My last and favorite step is of course this moisturizer by Etude House, I use it day and night and I can’t sing it’s praises enough. It’s just the perfect fit for all skin types and does an amazing job at protecting the skin barrier. 🌛🌛🌛🌛 Do you use any of these products or would you like a more detailed reviews on a specific part of my routine? Let me know! Sweet Dreams!
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SSwaczyk
🌿double cleansing 🌿
Have you ever woken up in the morning and still had makeup residue? I know I have! The worst part of finding this residue is the horror of realizing you’re not cleansing properly. Since your body does the majority of it’s healing at night we don’t want anything that could clog our pores or allow bacteria to flourish as we sleep. So let’s look at some of my favorite cleansers and what double cleansing can do for you! 🌿🌿🌿🌿 I’ve been double cleansing for about 8 years now and discovered it by trying K-Beauty 10 step skincare routines. While I can say I do not have a 10 step routine, double cleansing has become a huge game changer for me.  first cleanse is geared toward taking off the day, let’s be real pollution, sunscreen, dirt, oil, and makeup are going to be on your face at the end of the day. luckily there are a few options you can use to successfully remove these from your skin. Cleansing oil, balm, or micellar water are all great options for removing all the gunk off your beautiful face. second cleanse (the actual cleanse) is geared toward cleaning the skin and pores, while offering some light treatment benefits if the cleanser has active ingredients. what you’ll be left with after this process is clean skin and you can sleep peacefully knowing your expensive skincare isn’t sitting on top of oil, dirt, or makeup. 🌿🌿🌿🌿 My two favorite products as of late for my first cleanse are BIODERMA - Sébium H2O which is an incredible micellar water for those with oily skin and YADAH - Green Tea Pure Cleansing Balm 100ml which melts all your cares away with antioxidant rich green tea. I use the micellar water every night without fail if I’m not wearing a lot of makeup and I use the cleansing balm for days when i really need that deep clean or if I’m wearing a lot of makeup. Both are incredible cleansers and give me the peace of mind that i’m actually taking off my makeup. As for second cleanse my two favorites for the past few years are COSRX - Low PH Good Morning Gel Cleanser and SOME BY MI- AHA-BHA-PHA 30 day miracle acne clear foam. The Cosrx is a super gentle cleanser that is PH balancing (your skin PH is around 5.5) and while it says good morning I tend to use it at night to prepare my skin for retinol or other chemical exfoliants. I will use the Some By Mi cleanser in the morning, while it could be drying for those with dehydrated skin, I find that it isn’t too harsh for me especially if I follow with a nice moisturizer and the Centella Asiatica does help calm my acne spots. 🌿🌿🌿🌿 Do you double cleanse? If so what’s your favorite 1st and 2nd cleanse products?
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SSwaczyk
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My acne journey through birth control
In my first pic that was my face before I started birth control, pretty clear, occasional pimple here and there. But then i started the pill for my terrible periods and i started breaking out like crazy. Bumps all over my forehead and chin as you can see in the second and third pic. I’ve started to update skin routine a little and the 4th pic is where i’m at now. any tips anyone has would be great! this is my skin care routine now AM CeraVe - SA Smoothing Cleanser i started using this and i think it helped my bumps a lot. I have seen some improvement. HERITAGE STORE - Rosewater Spray i like this product i think it helps hydrate my skin. It also helped with my oily skin too. When i run out of the spray i’m going to use the HERITAGE STORE - Rosewater Facial Toner for the hyaluronic acid. so if anyone has any experience with this product let me know! THE inkey LIST - Caffeine Eye Cream Helps with my puffy eyes! Seen some improvement with my eye bags over time! CeraVe - Daily Moisturizing Lotion For Normal To Dry Skin This is a basic moisturizer and i like it. i have oily skin and i like how lightweight it is. I also like the added ceramides for my skin barrier. PURITO - Centella Green Level Unscented Sun SPF50+ PURITO - Comfy Water Sun Block i think the green level sun screen makes me pretty greasy. The comfy water sunblock is way better for my oily skin, i just have to rub it in longer since it is a mineral sunscreen. PM - Softymo Deep Cleansing Oil i like this cleansing oil it gets off my sunscreen and mascara well. it doesn’t leave a greasy residue when i wash it off either. I love to try new products lol so when i finish this i might try THE inkey LIST - Oat Cleansing Balm or BIODERMA - Atoderm Shower Oil(i know this says shower oil but on amazon it says cleansing oil, shower oil, many purposes and the reviews say it takes their makeup and sunscreen off really well) so once again if anyone has used these products let me know how they were! CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin Pretty basic i like it. Really no complaints or anything that sticks out about this product that i LOVE LOVE. When i finish this i might try LA ROCHE-POSAY - Toleriane Purifying Foaming CleanserLet me know if anyone has used this and their experience with it! Nizoral - Anti Dandruff Shampoo i use this as a face mask for about 5 mins. i don’t use this every night, i maybe use this 2-3 times a night. Kinda burns but i feel it works DIFFERIN - DIFFERIN Acne Treatment Gel really just did not work on my skin, i haven’t seen much improvement because of this. i’ve been using this for 2 months THE inkey LIST - Caffeine Eye Cream CeraVe - Daily Moisturizing Lotion For Normal To Dry Skin
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IrelandSitzmann
Clean + Smooth skin shower essentials
Cleanse - BIODERMA - Atoderm Shower Oil Cleanse - NEAL’S YARD REMEDIES - Geranium & Orange Shower Gel  Exfoliate - BARE SKIN BAR - Foaming Body Polishing Treatment While in lockdown I‘ve noticed how much longer I spend in the shower. I guess because I have nowhere to rush off. The weather has been extremely hot and slightly more humid that we’re used to in Calgary. I love using all 3 of these products together in the shower. I start by putting some of the Atoderma Shower Oil on a white rag and rub it all over my skin. You’ll be surprised how much dirt comes off your skin! I precleanse with oil when washing my face so why not implement the same routine while in the shower. After doing that I rinse and move to my Geranium & Orange shower gel. I’ve never been into citrus scents but this combination is amazing. The scent is uplifting and leaves you in a positive space when existing the shower. At night time about 2 times a week, I follow up with my foaming body polishing treatment. I’ve never been that girl that’s into exfoliating my body because a lot of them are so harsh and I felt it was time consuming. But the bare skin bar changed my opinion on it. The walnut shell powder is soooooo soft but impactful. The polish is a mousse consistency so it’s gentle enough for those with sensitive skin. #CherieCreator
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TANISHACHERRY
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Products that have been saving my dry skin💧💧
I’ve struggled with dry, dehydrated skin my whole life. Irritation, dry patches and that “tight” skin feeling are all too familiar to me. I’ve now started Accutane and my skin is even drier. These products have been life savers for me! I’m not going to go into great detail about every product like I usually do, just short little reviews. So if you have any questions, please let me know! 😌 LA ROCHE-POSAY - Cicaplast Baume B5 for Dry Skin Irritations This cream has been an absolute life saver for my skin. If I apply this to my dry patches at night, by morning they are all but gone. This is also very soothing for my skin. This has an ingredients list of wonderful, hydrating components. Nothing bad to say about this guy and I would definitely recommend this to everyone! $14.99 at Ulta. The Ordinary - 100% Plant-Derived Squalane I’ve been using this for about a year now and I cannot emphasize enough the difference this has made in my skin. I always use this as my last step in my routine, morning and night. This not only hydrates, but I feel like it helps to lock everything in. I feel like everyone could benefit from squalane, but I would recommend oily skin types to only use this at night. $7.90 at Ulta. LANEIGE - Cream Skin Mist Okay, so this one I’m on the fence about. This is a hydration spray that contains White Leaf Tea Water that helps hydrate and sooth skin, while maintaining the skins moisture barrier. I like to use this directly after I get out of the shower, before my skin care routine, so my skin stays hydrated while I’m putting on lotion and getting dressed. This isn’t super hydrating, but it isn’t drying either. I don’t mind this, but I probably won’t repurchase the full size. I do prefer using this versus not using anything though! $27.00 at Sephora. BIODERMA - Hydrabio Sérum I really like this serum! I have a separate post about it if you’re interested in knowing more! $26.99 at CVS. Bioderma Atoderm Lipstick [FiveStars] This is the best lip balm I’ve found to alleviate the dryness caused by Accutane. This has no color, by the way. $4.99 at CVS. BIODERMA - Hydrabio Crème I can’t give this a 5 star rating just yet, as I’ve only been using it a few days. I usually don’t review products until I’ve tried them for weeks or even months at a time. I will say though, that I’ve really enjoyed this moisturizer so far. It’s decently thick and absorbs nicely. My skin feels very hydrated and supple. I might do an updated review in the future once I use it more. $24.99 at CVS. Honorable mentions that are not pictured: CeraVe - Hydrating Facial Cleanser My go to cleanser for years. Believe the hype. BIODERMA - Hydrabio Tonique I previously reviewed this on my page if you’re interested in details. What’s been saving your dry skin? I’d love to know!☺️
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Nylaya
Starting my Accutane Journey 😬
Hey guys! So today I am starting Accutane. I decided to post my current acne pictures so that I can document my progress through the process. I’ve had acne, in different degrees of severity, for about 7 years. I have painful, cystic acne along with whiteheads. Also, I have never picked my skin, yet I am still almost always left with scars. I have been prescribed every topical product under the sun along with other oral medications. Nothing ever worked. I’ve also tried many different skin care products without success. I only ever have acne on my cheeks and jaw. I will only get a pimple or two on my nose, forehead, etc maybe once or twice a a year. My cheeks are where my acne is concentrated and where it is the worst. I have extremely dry, dehydrated skin that is pretty sensitive. I’m quite concerned how my skin will be on Accutane since it dries out your skin a lot. I don’t think my skin can get much drier 😅 I’m going to post my current skincare routine so I can see if and how it changes throughout Accutane: A.M. 1. Rinse face with water 2.I either go in with The Ordinary - 100% Plant-Derived Squalane or BIODERMA - Hydrabio Sérum 3. Moisturize with Cetaphil - Deep Hydration Healthy Glow Daily Cream OR FIRST AID BEAUTY - Ultra Repair Face Moisturizer P.M. 1. Remove makeup using BANILA CO - Clean It Zero Cleansing Balm Nourishing 2.I’m going to switch out my CeraVe - Acne Foaming Cream Cleanser for the CeraVe - Hydrating Cream-To-Foam Cleanser 3. Tone with BIODERMA - Hydrabio Tonique 4. Again, either going in wirh the Squalane or Bioderma serum listed above. Occasionally I’ll use hyaluronic acid. 5. Then I’ll moisturize with either the FAB moisturizer listed above or the CeraVe - CeraVe Moisturising Cream 6. Cetaphil - Hydrating Eye Gel-Cream I use various masks once or twice a week as well. Also, I use a chemical exfoliator once a week. This routine keeps me super hydrated currently so I’m hoping it will continue to do so. Is my skincare routine sufficient for Accutane? Any suggestions or warnings 😅 P.S. Sorry that some of the pictures are cropped weird. I use a skincare app and just took screenshots from the app!
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Nylaya
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Products that have been saving my dry skin💧💧
I’ve struggled with dry, dehydrated skin my whole life. Irritation, dry patches and that “tight” skin feeling are all too familiar to me. I’ve now started Accutane and my skin is even drier. These products have been life savers for me! I’m not going to go into great detail about every product like I usually do, just short little reviews. So if you have any questions, please let me know! 😌 LA ROCHE-POSAY - Cicaplast Baume B5 for Dry Skin Irritations This cream has been an absolute life saver for my skin. If I apply this to my dry patches at night, by morning they are all but gone. This is also very soothing for my skin. This has an ingredients list of wonderful, hydrating components. Nothing bad to say about this guy and I would definitely recommend this to everyone! $14.99 at Ulta. The Ordinary - 100% Plant-Derived Squalane I’ve been using this for about a year now and I cannot emphasize enough the difference this has made in my skin. I always use this as my last step in my routine, morning and night. This not only hydrates, but I feel like it helps to lock everything in. I feel like everyone could benefit from squalane, but I would recommend oily skin types to only use this at night. $7.90 at Ulta. LANEIGE - Cream Skin Mist Okay, so this one I’m on the fence about. This is a hydration spray that contains White Leaf Tea Water that helps hydrate and sooth skin, while maintaining the skins moisture barrier. I like to use this directly after I get out of the shower, before my skin care routine, so my skin stays hydrated while I’m putting on lotion and getting dressed. This isn’t super hydrating, but it isn’t drying either. I don’t mind this, but I probably won’t repurchase the full size. I do prefer using this versus not using anything though! $27.00 at Sephora. BIODERMA - Hydrabio Sérum I really like this serum! I have a separate post about it if you’re interested in knowing more! $26.99 at CVS. Bioderma Atoderm Lipstick [FiveStars] This is the best lip balm I’ve found to alleviate the dryness caused by Accutane. This has no color, by the way. $4.99 at CVS. BIODERMA - Hydrabio Crème I can’t give this a 5 star rating just yet, as I’ve only been using it a few days. I usually don’t review products until I’ve tried them for weeks or even months at a time. I will say though, that I’ve really enjoyed this moisturizer so far. It’s decently thick and absorbs nicely. My skin feels very hydrated and supple. I might do an updated review in the future once I use it more. $24.99 at CVS. Honorable mentions that are not pictured: CeraVe - Hydrating Facial Cleanser My go to cleanser for years. Believe the hype. BIODERMA - Hydrabio Tonique I previously reviewed this on my page if you’re interested in details. What’s been saving your dry skin? I’d love to know!☺️
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Nylaya
Starting my Accutane Journey 😬
Hey guys! So today I am starting Accutane. I decided to post my current acne pictures so that I can document my progress through the process. I’ve had acne, in different degrees of severity, for about 7 years. I have painful, cystic acne along with whiteheads. Also, I have never picked my skin, yet I am still almost always left with scars. I have been prescribed every topical product under the sun along with other oral medications. Nothing ever worked. I’ve also tried many different skin care products without success. I only ever have acne on my cheeks and jaw. I will only get a pimple or two on my nose, forehead, etc maybe once or twice a a year. My cheeks are where my acne is concentrated and where it is the worst. I have extremely dry, dehydrated skin that is pretty sensitive. I’m quite concerned how my skin will be on Accutane since it dries out your skin a lot. I don’t think my skin can get much drier 😅 I’m going to post my current skincare routine so I can see if and how it changes throughout Accutane: A.M. 1. Rinse face with water 2.I either go in with The Ordinary - 100% Plant-Derived Squalane or BIODERMA - Hydrabio Sérum 3. Moisturize with Cetaphil - Deep Hydration Healthy Glow Daily Cream OR FIRST AID BEAUTY - Ultra Repair Face Moisturizer P.M. 1. Remove makeup using BANILA CO - Clean It Zero Cleansing Balm Nourishing 2.I’m going to switch out my CeraVe - Acne Foaming Cream Cleanser for the CeraVe - Hydrating Cream-To-Foam Cleanser 3. Tone with BIODERMA - Hydrabio Tonique 4. Again, either going in wirh the Squalane or Bioderma serum listed above. Occasionally I’ll use hyaluronic acid. 5. Then I’ll moisturize with either the FAB moisturizer listed above or the CeraVe - CeraVe Moisturising Cream 6. Cetaphil - Hydrating Eye Gel-Cream I use various masks once or twice a week as well. Also, I use a chemical exfoliator once a week. This routine keeps me super hydrated currently so I’m hoping it will continue to do so. Is my skincare routine sufficient for Accutane? Any suggestions or warnings 😅 P.S. Sorry that some of the pictures are cropped weird. I use a skincare app and just took screenshots from the app!
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Nylaya
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Current skin care routine
This is my current skin care, I work in cosmetics so I feel like I have a decent knowledge 🤷🏼‍♀️ Step 1: - I start off by removing my makeup with my BIODERMA - SensibioGel Moussant This removes every trace of makeup without leaving my face dehydrated or irritating my eyes. (I also like that I don’t have to vigorously scrub my eyes to take off my mascara) Step 2: - Next I use VICHY - Minéral 89 Face Serum This serum has SAVED my dryness! I’ve been addicted since the moment my boss gave me one for my gratis gift. I’ve gone through probably three bottles at this point...it’s my ride or die product ❤️ Step 3: - This is where my skin care varies; at nighttime I use the Vichy Lifeactiv Collagen Specialist[FourStars] I read that by the age of 20 you start losing collagen in your skin so I thought I’d get a head start on my skins collagen levels 🤷🏼‍♀️ Daytime, I use the Neutrogena - Sensitive Skin Oil-Free Moisture (I have the one with SPF 15) it’s not greasy or thick on the skin. Absorbs pretty quickly. Step 4: - I’ve been addicted to theTHE inkey LIST - Caffeine Eye Cream I love that it’s very inexpensive and you only need a tiny dot for both under eyes. Step 5: - Lately for acne control I’ve been using this acne treatment face oil from U.F.O that I got in an Ipsy bag. SUNDAY RILEY - U.F.O. Acne Treatment Face Oil It seems to be clearing up acne but I HATE the smell of it so I can’t put too much on my face without wanting to gag...😬 Step 6: - I finish it all off with my DIY thermal spray. It’s basically just water with some Vitamin E oil. I used to use LA ROCHE-POSAY - Thermal Spring Water Face Mist but I figured I could make my own since I was finishing the cans very quickly.
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ArrianneBeauchamp
Oil control 🧴
This cleanser was recommended by my dermatologist, because my skin is sensitive but produce a lot of oil, and to regulate it I was using this baby This is one of my favorite cleanser, so gentle and smooth, no stripped skin after use and my skin loves it The gel is so liquid, non sticky and super lightweight Highly recommended BIODERMA - SensibioGel Moussant
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weirdkiddo

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BEST Makeup Removers I Have Ever Used!
BEST Makeup Removers I Have Ever Used!
I have used a lot of makeup removers, from liquid to cream, but nothing compares with the following three in my mind. So today I want to recommend them to you. These are all the products that I will keep reperchasing! Chanel Eye and Lip Makeup Remover CHANEL - DÉMAQUILLANT YEUX INTENSE Gentle Bi-Phase Eye Makeup Remover: This is the best eye and lip remover I've ever used. It removes makeup fast and doesn't irritate my skin. I've already repurchased it many times and will continue to buy it for sure! Bioderma Sensibio H2O BIODERMA - Sensibio H2O: This is also a product that I've repurchased several times. It's very mild and was recommended to me by a dermatologist when I had an acne flare. It's strong enough for me, but it is only suitable for removing your foundation as it can't remove waterproof eyeliners and mascaras. EVE LOM cleanser EVE LOM - EVE LOM Cleanser: The hot and cold cloth application recommended by the official website feels great on the skin but it's also tedious. Even though the official website said that it should be applied like an ordinary makeup remover, it feels a bit wasteful. It contains mineral oil in it, so for people with certain skin types, be careful that it may cause acne. It does a pretty good at removing makeup. Waterproof eyeliners and mascaras can also be removed after it's emulsified with water. However, lipstick is not as easy to remove.
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ginaharries
DÉMAQUILLANT YEUX INTENSE Gentle Bi-Phase Eye Makeup Remover
CHANEL-DÉMAQUILLANT YEUX INTENSE Gentle Bi-Phase Eye Makeup Remover
ECZEMA SAVIOR
ECZEMA SAVIOR
If you have eczema you know the body wash struggle. I don’t even have to explain. I found this shower oil recommended online and figured I’d give it a go because I LOVE shower oils. It did not disappoint!!! It goes on like an oil and turns into a rich creamy wash for your skin. It is fragranced, but does not bother me whatsoever and has actually improved the texture of my eczema. Sorry I don’t have before pics, but you can see in the pic I have less flaky patches and pustule looking spots on my arm! Highly recommend this product to anyone struggling with an inflammatory skin condition! BIODERMA - Atoderm Shower Oil
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bhazlewood
Atoderm Shower Oil
BIODERMA-Atoderm Shower Oil
Hydrating Morning Routine
Hydrating Morning Routine
1) Essence Toner — It preps my skin for the rest of the routine. Not necessary but I can always tell when I don’t use it. Skin feels hydrated immediately after use. 2) Hydrating Toner - It adds hydration to my skin so I can seal it in with moisturizer later. Great trick for dry skin! It doesn’t have any fragrance and it’s very absorbing. 3) Vitamin C serum - Helps brighten up skin and Possibly help sunscreen work better** . Lovely spread and absorbs moderately fast into skin. 4) Moisturizing combo mix of All the Feels Oil mixed with Moisturizing Milk - I like to make concoctions like this one for a leveled up moisturizer. Both are fragrance free and moisturize my skin perfectly. The Muji milk has a very slightly sticky feel, but I don’t mind it. Works great under skin. 5) Protect your skin with @cerave Tinted Sunscreen SPF 30 - I prefer mineral sunscreens and I’m in love with this one atm- no white cast for my skin tone. Full review of this product coming up.
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PielDeMiel
 Essence Toner
Pyunkang Yul- Essence Toner
If you are using any other mic
If you are using any other micellar water, you really need to re-evaluate what you are doing with your life 😛⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Some trusty faves I haven’t spoken about recently. If you’ve been following for a while you know I’m a big fan of the Bioderma Sensibio line. The micellar water is super gentle and effective. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ The Sensibio Light Soothing Cream is the heaviest face cream in my rotation, and if you are oily skinned, it’s really not light at all tbh. It’s really great though, silky and sits well under makeup. This is silicone free but does contain mineral oil if that’s an issue for you. I love to have this on hand for when my skin is irritated too. A face cream I will always have in my rotation 🙃.
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thebeautyhobbyist
BIODERMA - Sensibio H2O 

Love
BIODERMA - Sensibio H2O Love this micellar water!! It should first be said that I don’t use this to cleanse, I use it to remove any wonky self tan patches I may get hahaha BUT it does an incredible job at that!! I soak a cotton round with it and the tan is removed with little effort. It’s not irritating to me at all, and feels refreshing. Recommend!
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meetmebytheskincare
Sensibio H2O
BIODERMA-Sensibio H2O
Oil control 🧴
Oil control 🧴
This cleanser was recommended by my dermatologist, because my skin is sensitive but produce a lot of oil, and to regulate it I was using this baby This is one of my favorite cleanser, so gentle and smooth, no stripped skin after use and my skin loves it The gel is so liquid, non sticky and super lightweight Highly recommended BIODERMA - SensibioGel Moussant
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weirdkiddo
SensibioGel Moussant
BIODERMA-SensibioGel Moussant
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