Cherie’s Skin Report: Selfies and Skincare

Let's talk about Cherie’s selfie cam, an inovative tool integrated in the Cherie app that maps out your face and looks at crucial skincare concerns.
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Mar. 3, 2020
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I have a love-hate relationship with my skin. Living in Nevada, the air is dry and hot, and the sun etches lines into your face by the time you hit 25. Because of this, I’ve used anti-aging masks since crossing the threshold into adulthood and invest in SPF laden primers often. Even so, my sink's dullness and enlarged pores stare back at me in the morning mirror. Alongside these concerns, without an expensive dermatology face mapping visit, I don’t know exactly what to use to elevate my skincare routine and develop picture-perfect texture, brightness, and evenness. So, when I stumbled across Cherie’s "Skin Report" selfie-mapping feature while skimming beautician blogs, I was more than intrigued. The premise is simple: scan a selfie (unmade up, shiny, and raw is preferred) and let the app map out your skin concerns. In just moments, you have a detailed selfie that will assess your skin for key areas of interest: acne, dark spots, pores, wrinkles, and dark circles. This selfie is then stored in your ‘skin journey’ record. This record helps you track how products are working with your skin and to check when your skin cycles through particular behaviors.
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When I first took a selfie, it confirmed what I thought I already knew — I have larger than average pores. The selfie even goes so far as to map out those pores, marking them on my selfie with little white dots. Yikes, I thought, I have a very dotted nose. Again, this was something I can visually note on my skin, so it served as a re-affirmation rather than a new discovery. What I did like about the selfie cam was that it allowed you to scroll through concerns and check their presence on your skins. My selfie told me I had an average amount of wrinkles and lined these with a marker. Like most people, I have a concentration of wrinkles forming around my eyes. Easy fix, I thought; I need to invest in a decent overnight cream. But Cherie went above and beyond my expectations here by beating me to the punch — Cherie had already curated a list of skincare products that match my concerns. Finding an overnight eye cream was as easy as browsing the list and checking user reviews of products that interested me. Sometimes, with the overabundance of skincare advice on the internet, I like being given an easy solution and Cherie did just that. Having my face examined from the confort of my own couch and being presented with products to remediate my skin concerns immediately was a huge plus for me!
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According to my new best friend, the Skin Report, one major area of concern for my skin is pore control. I know myself well and I am cursed with an obsessive need to pick at any skin complaint, leading to an oil production problem that would put the Gulf states to shame and, as I reach my mid-20s, that means widening pores and shiny skin. Most of the time, this is easy to control with a decent primer and mattifying powders, but I have been on the lookout for a pore tightening product that will put those days behind me. Again, the Cherie-curated list of pore-tightening products left me with guided choices and put me in the right position to treat my skin. I scrolled through the curated list, found something in my price range, and checked out the fellow user reviews. If I could see people struggling with the same issues I was (large pores and oily skin), and they said they were liking the product, then I added it to my saved items. It was quick, backed by reviews and science, and meant I didn’t have to waste hours reading beauty blogs.
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The beauty industry has existed with a gaping hole in its center — marketed products don’t always tell us what or who they are for. Saying a product is for oily skin is great, but without a feature like the Cherie Skin Report, it can feel like walking blindly down the beauty aisle. Do I have oily skin, I ask myself? Is it the right amount of oil to use chemical peels on, or am I better off with a stricter cleanser? It might sound like a cry for help (or just a cry of the lazy), but my skin wants answers. Cherie’s selfie feature gave them to me. I genuinely loved this selfie feature. I think it is the best online analysis application I’ve had access to since the Made-2-Fit craze in 2017. Cherie us free to use, free to browse, and easy to order from. Do yourself a favor and use Cherie's Skin Report next time you find your reflection missing that ‘it’ factor.
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