Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin
Why It's SpecialI've tried so many pricey cleansers over the years for my hormonal acne, and this drugstore score was all I needed the whole time. It's the first cleanser I've used that actually removes oil without stripping my skin or leaving it dry and flaky. On top of that, I've noticed a serious improvement in texture and evenness, and my pores are so much smaller!" — Kate Ferris, Staff Writer
What It IsCeraVe Foaming Travel Size Facial Cleanser has a unique formula with three essential ceramides (1, 3, 6-II) that cleanses and removes oil without disrupting the protective skin barrier.
Soothing, Hydrating, Anti-Aging
Hydrating, Fungal Acne
Merry Cherie Giveaway x EdwardZo
I know skincare can be pricey which is why I’m so excited to team up with @cherie this holiday season to gift you guys $350 worth of my personal favorite skincare of 2020!! head over to my Instagram (@edwardzo) or Cherie’s (@cherie) for a chance to win my 2020 skincare must-haves! here’s everything we are giving away: #Skinceuticals - CE Ferulic[products]#[FiveStars] dermatologist cult favorite (& mine as well!) helps to brighten skin & fade dark spots SUNDAY RILEY - Pink Drink Firming Resurfacing Essence SUNDAY RILEY - Good Genes All in One Lactic Acid Treatment use these two together before bed for glowing skin the next morning CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin CeraVe - CeraVe Moisturising Cream my tried and true must haves! THE inkey LIST - Oat Cleansing Balm perfect for removing makeup or part of a double cleanse BIOSSANCE - Squalane + Zinc Sheer Mineral Sunscreen SPF 30 PA +++ love this sheer spf also makes my skin glow! stay tuned on@cherieIG all next week to see what the rest of the giveaways will be (i heard there is a BIG surprise!!) good luck. say hi to me in the comments so i can checkout ur cherie profile
CeraVe-CeraVe Moisturising Cream
The Ordinary Review! Good or bad?!😬
The Ordinary products review! The Ordinary did not help my skin:/ My skin was clear before using this product and after 6 weeks of consistent use my skin was breaking out, I had acne everywhere on my face, I never had a clear face using this product. Before using this product my skin was clear, no acne, no dark spots, it was pretty close to “perfect” for me at least (first picture, no filter) but this made my skin dull, acne was everywhere, as well as dark spots:/ ^after using the ordinary for 6 weeks My skin care routine with ordinary products: AM: CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin I really like this cleanser because it made my face feel really clean. It did dry out my skin a little but it wasn’t bad. I did break out more while using this cleanser so I’m not sure if it was too much for my skin but for the most part it was good! The Ordinary - Natural Moisturizing Factors + HA This moisturizer was great for my oily skin! It hydrated my skin throughout the day without leaving my skin oily or shiny, overall great! Coppertone - Pure & Simple SPF 50 Sunscreen Lotion ^i don’t know the exact product name but you can find this at target and it’s all natural, so there are no harmful chemicals:) I like this sunscreen, it protects my skin and it’s all natural which I love because I don’t love a lot of normal ingredients put in sunscreens so this one was great in that case. But this did leave my skin a it oily which is pretty normal with most sunscreens but overall good! *if you guys have any suggestions for better natural sunscreens let me know!* PM: The Ordinary - Glycolic Acid 7% Toning Solution This product felt like it was working but it didn’t look like it. I honestly liked this product it made my skin feel like it was working. I started using this product slowly in my skin care routine as this toner is very strong (my skin isn’t very sensitive so it was fine). I then would use this 5 days a week before serums and I feel like this did help my acne a little despite the fact that I still had acne and my skin was not where I wanted I did feel like it The Ordinary - Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% Mmm this is hard to rate because I couldn’t tell how this product was working on my skin. When using this product my skin would brake out and pretty much all of my acne came back. I felt like I wanted this product to work for me but sadly it did not. Overall this product did not help my acne it made it worse:/ #JASON - Vitamin E skin cream[products]#[FiveStars] I love this moisturizer! This is a moisturizer I used at night for extra hydration and to help fade dark spots. It always makes my skin feel super hydrated when I needed it and it really helped fade my dark spots! *If your struggling with acne go check out my other posts comparing Curology to the Ordinary!!!*
CeraVe-Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin
Guide to MEN'S Skincare! 🤎
The days of minimal skincare for men are over! The global market for skincare is expected to reach $189 billion globally by 2025 (statista.com). These companies are no longer missing out on the huge market that is expanded through men of all ages. Sisinternational Research also did studies that show men have a few preferences when it comes to skincare: easy to use products, leave no residue, and no strong scent. So, men's specific skincare products are ultimately completely unnecessary. They do have simple packaging and added cologne fragrances, but the ingredients do not differ in any positive way. Physiological differences between men and women's skin usually shows through larger pores, more oil production, and thicker overall skin. As I said before, it used to be seen as a feminine endeavor to go down the skincare aisle. Through more education and gender neutral marketing, people are picking up cleansers and moisturizers without the stigma. So, put down the 3-in-1 shampoo and face wash combo and try these suggestions out instead. CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin Great budget friendly option for most skin types. Using a foaming but non stripping wash can help keep it clean and hydrated. Krave - Kale-Lalu-yAHA Gentle exfoliant that works great to ease your way into a skincare routine. Use 1-2 weekly and increase over time. This can help with pesky ingrown hairs and irriation caused by facial hair. Do not use same day as shaving! dermalogica - Daily Microfoliant Exfoliator Physical exfoliant option if you prefer a scrub feeling that can be used before shaving. Use 2-3 weekly and assess skin's response. Only choose one exfoliant to use at a time. OLE HENRIKSEN - Truth Serum Optional vitamin C is a great way to brighten up and even the skin tone. Use every morning before SPF. Leaves no sticky feeling and sinks in nicely. LA ROCHE-POSAY - Toleriane Double Repair Face Moisturizer UV SPF 30 Sunscreen is an absolute must for everyone! This packaging is clean and neutral, and a squeeze tube makes it easy to store in a shaving kit. Be sure to apply quite a bit and reapply throughout the day. Working at the spa, I got quite a few male clients for facials. Taking care of your skin at home or professionally is necessary no matter what. Do not be afraid to purchase the essentials: cleanser, exfoliant and SPF. After a while of getting your routine down, then you can add in extra products as needed for your specific skin type. It is time to squash societal norms surrounding men's hygiene and skincare! Who's with me?
dermalogica-Daily Microfoliant Exfoliator
My Skincare Routine- 5 Months Later!
Long time no post! Since my first post regarding my skincare routine received quite a bit of attention, I decided to update and let you know what I’ve learned to do within the past few months. I still am using the same CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin cleanser, which will remain a long time favorite of mine. I am considering trying the SA cleanser once this runs out! My routine has simplified, as I really only moisturize and use The Ordinary - Niacinamide 10% + Zinc 1% in the morning and at night. I love how my once oily skin is now more manageable! I have come to learn that my skin really doesn’t agree with the The Ordinary - Lactic Acid 10% + HA serum. I was away at college and left it home, as I’ve been back for about a month I decided to try it again and my skin has NOT been happy. I could be wrong, but I believe this can be to blame. I have really switched over from my The Ordinary - AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution to the The Ordinary - Salicylic Acid 2% Masque once a week, as I feel the latter is less harsh on my skin. I could possibly be allergic to the peeling solution, as again at school I left it out of my routine and saw better results. My holy grail product used to be the MARIO BADESCU - Mario Badescu Drying Lotion , which worked great but dried my skin out around the pimple over time. Now, acne patches are the way to go! I got these ones from Amazon, and at ~$10 for 125 patches, I see it as a complete win! Now I turn to you guys, as I still struggle with hormonal acne and now dry skin that the weather has changed. If there are any products you recommend (with a college students budget in mind!), don’t hesitate to comment below! I hope you all had safe and wonderful holidays with your loved ones! ❤️
The Ordinary-AHA 30% + BHA 2% Peeling Solution
Skincare advice from my derm
If there’s one thing I’ve learned in over ten years of dealing with acne, it’s that sometimes, over the counter products just aren’t enough. Frustratingly, the healthcare system in the US makes dermatologist visits and prescription meds very expensive. That’s why I want to share some of the advice I’ve gotten from my dermatologist. While I do use several prescription medicines to treat my acne, the tips and tricks I’ve gotten from my derm are useful for anyone dealing with the same issues as me (hormonal acne, as well as the texture and hyperpigmentation left behind). For reference, my skin is not sensitive—not sure if I was born that way or if I’ve built up a tolerance to harsh products over the years. I use a telemedicine service called Apostrophe, and before that, I used Curology. You fill out a questionnaire on your medical history and skin concerns, upload pictures of your skin, and a dermatologist reviews the information and creates a treatment plan for you. I have a whole post on why I switched from Curology to Apostrophe, but the short answer is that Apostrophe prescribes more oral medications and I wanted to try that route. I’ve had an excellent experience with both companies in terms of the detailed advice I’ve gotten from my providers. So let’s get into it! Here are some things my dermatologists have told me: Don’t pick at your skin... seriously. One of the best tips I got was to use hydrocolloid patches on acne with a head: not only does it help the bump go down way quicker, it keeps me from picking at it any further. I LOVE the COSRX - Cosrx Acne Pimple Master Patch and I never go without them. Look at your diet. My derm says she gives this advice to ALL her patients: limit sugar, processed carbohydrates, and dairy. She says food is not generally the main cause of acne, but it can certainly aggravate it. She also always recommends increasing consumption of fruits and vegetables. Use sun protection—it helps dark spots fade faster, and of course prevents wrinkles. My derm recommends wearing SPF 30 or higher, as well as a wide-brimmed hat when outdoors. Along with my prescription cream, which includes niacinamide and tretinoin, my derm recommends the following products: LA ROCHE-POSAY - Effaclar Duo Dual Acne Treatment, LA ROCHE-POSAY - Effaclar Purifying Foaming Gel, LA ROCHE-POSAY - Toleriane Purifying Foaming Cleanser,CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin,Neutrogena - Ultra Gentle Daily Cleanser, LA ROCHE-POSAY - Toleriane Double Repair Face Moisturizer UV SPF 30, CeraVe - Skin Renewing Night Cream These tips and the prescription meds I received from Apostrophe, have made my face clearer than it’s been in YEARS. I’m thrilled with my progress (the before/after photos have about 90 days between them). I’m running out of space, but feel free to ask any questions in the comments! #CheriePartner
COSRX-Cosrx Acne Pimple Master Patch
As you can see my skin is doing a lot better! I have less active breakout, but the breakouts i have a red and inflamed now. I am suffering from hyperpigmentation now so if you have any products to help with that please post! AM Routine: CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin My skin has been dry so I use the CeraVe - Hydrating Cream-To-Foam Cleanseras needed mainly in the AM NATURIUM - Quadruple Hyaluronic Acid Serum 5%apply to damp skin and it soaks up! FIRST AID BEAUTY - Ultra Repair Cream CeraVe - AM Facial Moisturizing Lotion SPF 30 PM: CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin M/W tretinoin 0.0025% T/TH NATURIUM - BHA Liquid Exfoliant 2% F PanOxyl - Acne Foaming Wash Benzoyl Peroxide 10% Maximum Strength FIRST AID BEAUTY - Ultra Repair Cream I will use the hyaluronic acid on my skin if I feel I really need it. I tend to use it morning to help with flaky skin. If I do use it it’s followed after the exfoliant. I stopped using the ordinary aha/bha for the time being because I do use tretinoin and the bha exfoliant. Because my skin has been drying out I ordered the Krave Beauty Great Barrier relief serum. Sadly wasn’t able to do the facial because of the tretinoin and I don’t want to stop the treatment for a facial, but we will see. Still waiting for my derm appointment Jan 8th to start spironolactone so I cannot wait for the next step.
CeraVe-AM Facial Moisturizing Lotion SPF 30
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