What should I do ?
Hello everyone hope you are all well. I have sensitive,acne prone , huge pores, black heads ,dry, and eczema skin. One part of my skin my left cheek is more dry and scaly . It is also very irritating,inflamed, and itchy . I have a bad habit of peeling so I try my best to not peel it. I’m using the IOPE skincare line which include IOPE - Derma Gentle Gel Foam Cleanser , IOPE - Derma Repair Skin Water , IOPE - Derma Repair Cream 10 , IOPE - UV Shield Sun Protector XP SPF 50+PA++++ and recently added IOPE - Derma Repair Cica Cream since I ran out and cannot find the cream 10. I’ve been using the cream 10 for a year now and it moisturize very well up until this point when my skin suddenly become dry on one side . The Cica cream didn’t do any favor and I break out a lot when I use that product it is also irritating . I’m still growing and I know it’s kind of impossible to gain glass skin unless you have great genetics. Someone please help me get my skin back together and my life . I’m fairly new to skincare and would welcome any kind of technique or products you recommend. Thank you 🙏.
IOPE-Derma Gentle Gel Foam Cleanser
Iope Gifted Me
#iopegiftedme ☁️ Iope Pro Peeling Soft Gel and Derma Repair Cicapair Cream https://www.octoly.com/c/hbwv1/r/hb5vj ☁️ Iope Pro Peeling Soft Gel is a gentle exfoliating face wash that uses very soft beads made of natural cellulose and konjac to physically exfoliate the skin while using AHA derived from sugar maple to chemically exfoliate the skin. The texture of this reminds me of the Skinfood Rice Mask or if you’re not familiar with that it sort of feels like tapioca pudding...but if instead of the pudding the tapioca beads were in a gel base? If that makes sense. This is a good option if you want a gentle physical exfoliant that won’t aggravate the skin. This product also contains skin soothing aloe vera leaf extract (which is much more potent than the more commonly used aloe leaf juice) and brown algae extract. Unfortunately this didn’t do much for my skin (but I typically use pretty heavy duty exfoliants so I’m not surprised) but if you’re sensitive or new to exfoliants you’ll probably really like this. ☁️Iope Derma Repair Cicapair Cream is a rich, skin soothing cream moisturizer. This moisturizer contains a barrier replenishing trio of cypress tree extract, panthenol and madecassoside. This product seemed like it would be right up my alley but the texture just didn’t work for me. It was a little too heavy and didn’t quite sink into or hydrate my skin. If you are more dry or have irritated or sensitive skin you will probably really enjoy this.
IOPE-Derma Repair Cica Cream
Give me ALL the cica balms/creams/serums!! My skin has been so so happy. If you’ve never heard of products that use cica, it refers to centella asiatica or tiger grass. It’s the perfect ingredient for sensitized, acne-prone skin, not to mention that it specifically targets and alleviates redness. 🌼 I’ve needed this cream almost every day to repair my moisture barrier and it’s really done the most!
IOPE-Derma Repair Cica Cream
My GO-TO Sunburn Recovery
Here are some items I use and recommend for sunburn relief/recovery: ▪️ aloe vera gels like the ones from Brooklynbotany and Naturerepublic are perfect for providing immediate relief, especially if kept in the fridge for maximum cooling power ▪️ at night, the Bliss grapefruit and aloe body butter works great, and I applied Yube intensive on any areas that were extra irritated ▪️ hydrating treatments like the Glossier moisturizing moon mask and Renskincare evercalm rescue mask help to speed up recovery ▪️ the Drjart cicapair re.pair serum is super soothing, and the Paulaschoice niacinamide booster reduces redness ▪️ aloe vera anything is ideal, like the Mariobadescu aloe vera toner and Naturerepublic aloe vera mist ▪️ the Iope cica cream is great alone or layered under another moisturizer, and the Goto face hero contains a blend of 10 botanical oils to nourish and calm inflammation ▪️ don't forget to be extra diligent with sunscreen when you're recovering! I make sure to have the Supergoop defense refresh setting mist SPF 50* at all times for reapplying throughout the day
PAULA'S CHOICE-10% Niacinamide Booster
I love getting to try out all these different products, but even if I'm careful, sometimes I end up with irritated skin. iope derma gentle cica cream, I knew it would come in handy. Containing cypress leaf extract, not only does it help to soothe irritation, it also treats dryness and helps to strengthen the moisture barrier. You apply it after your serums/treatments, but before moisturizer/oil. It feels creamy yet light, and absorbs after a few minutes. I primarily use it at night, and I always wake up to super soft skin. It's become a staple whenever I use retinol or a resurfacing mask, and sometimes just when I feel I need an extra layer of hydration. It's free of fragrance, mineral oil, silicone, and parabens, so while you should still check the full ingredient list if you have sensitive skin, this seems quite promising! IOPE - Derma Repair Cica Cream
IOPE-Derma Repair Cica Cream
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