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Budget skincare for acne/sensitive skin ‼️
Budget skincare for acne/sensitive skin ‼️
WE’RE NOT PLAYING AROUND! You have acne. You want to help it. But your on a budget...I FEEL you. Before we begin, I just want to say: acne cannot be healed overnight. There is no safe, effective way to get rid of acne in a short period of time. Most acne treatments and preventative treatments take a long time to work. Keep that in mind! These are my favorite budget products (UNDER $10) to treat and prevent acne on sensitive skin. The Ordinary is a budget-friendly brand that spends little to no money on marketing or fancy branding. I love how affordable and accessible they are to consumers—they’re available at both Sephora and Ulta. Here are my thoughts on each product: Products: The Ordinary - Lactic Acid 10% + HA The Ordinary - Granactive Retinoid 2% in Squalane Discovery: Lactic: I discovered this while researching which AHAs are best for anti-aging and acne treatment. My initial thought was to go for a budget-friendly brand like The Ordinary. Retinoid: I had been interested in trying a Retinoid or retinol for a while but wanted to start slow, so I went with this formula which is formulated specifically for sensitive skin. How long have they been in my routine? Lactic: 3 weeks Retinoid: 7 months When do I use these in my routine? Lactic: PM routine after cleansing + toning, before moisturizing Retinoid: PM routine usually mixed into my moisturizer or another facial oil WHY do these work for sensitive skin? Lactic: the lactic acid in this formula is only at 5% meaning it’s a great starter formula for beginners OR it’s a gentler formula for people who have used acids before. It also includes hyaluronic acid which is a hydrating ingredient to help this not dry out your skin as much. Retinoid: this specific formula is only 2% and it is a Granactive Retinoid which is formulated specifically for sensitive skin, to not make your skin peel or deal any real damage. It did take 3 months for me to see a real difference in my skin texture but I couldn’t live without this in my routine now! It’s also suspended in squalane which is a super moisturizing facial oil—thus helping not to dry out the skin too much. See a pattern here? Price: Lactic: $6.50 Retinoid: $9.60 Rating: Lactic: 5/5 Retinoid: 5/5
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relpixela
Granactive Retinoid 2% in Squalane
The Ordinary-Granactive Retinoid 2% in Squalane
Best Vit C for Sensitive skin
Best Vit C for Sensitive skin
I've tried several Vit C serums which all broke my face out. This one, however, has not. I'll use this one from Versed at night and Niacinamide and Zinc serum (from The Ordinary) in the morning. I've noticed my face looking much brighter in the mornings before I even use my Niacinamide. 💕 VERSED - STROKE OF BRILLIANCE Brightening Serum contains Vit C, algae extract, licorice root (which will target hyperpigmentation dark spots and sun damage), palmaria palmara extracts (which are skin-lightening agents), Curcuma Longa which is Turmeric (known you lower inflammation) & my absolute favorite Niacinamide (Vit B3 that will reduce discoloration) I only gave it 4 stars because I notice that the Turneric gives the serum a slight orange tint to it, ergo giving the face a slight orangey look (BUT again it lowers inflammation) This products still works spectacularly.
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Deanalaura
STROKE OF BRILLIANCE Brightening Serum
VERSED-STROKE OF BRILLIANCE Brightening Serum
Acne Sensitive Skin - Resurfacing Night Serum
Acne Sensitive Skin - Resurfacing Night Serum
BIOSSANCE - Squalane + Lactic Acid Resurfacing Night Serum What’s worse than uneven texture face from your acne scar? I have this problem since I got my first pimple when I was only 12 (now I’m 37) I’d been to dermatologists and estheticians ever since, but they never really cure this skin problem of mine. Now that I’m in my late 30’s (so does my skin), I don’t breakout so easily but still super sensitive. I just started using this serum for like 2 weeks now and started to notice that my skin texture problem is getting better, I know it’s not going to cure over night but I’m positive this stuff can really help me. I use this serum every night after cleanser and tonic, before moisturizer. Looking forward for my “even better skin” :)
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MilkywayMaggie
Squalane + Lactic Acid Resurfacing Night Serum
BIOSSANCE-Squalane + Lactic Acid Resurfacing Night Serum
Sensitive Skin Ingredients
Sensitive Skin Ingredients
This is a great guide to show skin sensitive issues ingredients! When I was dealing with skin barrier inflammation, some of these products saved my life. Ingredients I swear by: Aloe Vera: this is great for inflammation and red skin. The plant is amazingly effective, but you can also buy the 100% gel at your local store as well! Fruit of the Earth - Aloe Vera 100% Gel SKINFOOD - Aloe Vera 93% Soothing Gel Green Tea: The tea is a favorite I drink every morning, but I also love this in mask form! TONYMOLY - I'm Real Green Tea Sheet Mask Vitamin C Derivative: There’s many forms of Vitamin C. The strongest, L- Ascorbic Acid, is mostly toted for their effects, but there are other options. Sodium Ascorbly Phosphate, Magnesium Ascorbly Phospahte, etc. If you have skin sensitivity (burning, tingling, etc) to Vitamin C I recommend : Seoul Ceuticals - 20% Vitamin C Hyaluronic Acid Serum Mad Hippie - Vitamin C Serum Lukewarm Water to Rinse: I recommend this no matter type of skin you have. Hot water can dry your face out, making you skin more irritable and sensitive. Less is Key: When experiencing sensitivity it can often be associated to new products and the amount you use on your face. You do not need a 10 step routine to treat skin issues I found when I was using 3-4 steps my skin was treated just as effectively, you just need to find what works for your skin. Mineral sunscreen: There are two types of sunscreen physical and mineral. Physical are usually chemical based and can cause irritation. Some great mineral sunscreens I’ve tried: Supergoop! - Unseen Sunscreen Broad Spectrum SPF 40 Neutrogena - Sensitive Skin Face Liquid Sunscreen SPF 50 My skin is not as sensitive as it was before but this is great photo I got from (babeandbeauty on IG).
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D.Bennett
 Aloe Vera 100% Gel
Fruit of the Earth- Aloe Vera 100% Gel
Battle of the Hydration Serums: Hyaluronic Acid
Battle of the Hydration Serums: Hyaluronic Acid
Me: Combination Skin, Eczema, Hormonal Acne, Very Sensitive. I had dehydrated, super oily skin for the longest time. I started using a hydrating serum (Drunk Elephant B-Hydra) and by giving my skin the hydration it desperately needed, I saw my sebum production reduce drastically. Over the years, I’ve used different HA-packed serums and want to share my experience. In the photo, they’re organized from thickest (Drunk Elephant) to thinnest (NIOD), but I’ll be ranking them from least to most favourite. 5. The Ordinary - Hyaluronic Acid 2% + B5 is a fave of many budget ($6.80/30mL) routines. It is a goopy, odorless serum that’s not quite a liquid or a gel. It utilizes sodium hyaluronate and sodium hyaluronate crosspolymer as well as a couple other hydrating ingredients. Very basic. I used it twice a day. After applying, my skin felt hydrated- and tacky! It took a bit to dry down and made my moisturizer pill. But it did hydrate my skin nicely and didn’t irritate so it’s “okay”. I won’t purchase again. 4. THE inkey LIST - Hyaluronic Acid Hydrating Serum is a good budget ($7.99/30mL) HA serum. It is a thin liquid serum that soaks in quickly. It not only includes sodium hyaluronate and actual hyaluronic acid, but other humectants and a couple peptides as well. It hydrated my skin and didn’t cause any pilling issues- plus I noticed some plumping after a couple weeks of twice-daily use. I would purchase this again if I was looking for a budget HA serum! 3. NIOD - Multi-Molecular Hyaluronic Complex is cool, but pricy at $60/30mL. the thinnest liquid of the group, it soaks in nearly instantly. The INCI list is stacked, including 15 forms of hyaluronic acid and HA precursors, plus peptides, for hydration, soothing, and anti-aging benefits. It soothed redness and made my skin feel so soft and hydrated, very plump, after twice daily use for a couple weeks. But the results aren’t worth the price since I use a separate peptide serum. I won’t repurchase. 2. DRUNK ELEPHANT - B-Hydra Intensive Hydration Serum is a bouncy gel with sodium hyaluronate, sodium hyaluronate crosspolymer, and niacinamide, it costs $48 for 50mL. It soaks in slowly but completely. Twice daily use for only a couple weeks transformed my skin- hydrated and less oily! It also includes pineapple ceramide and plant extracts. I enjoy this serum and can’t recommend it enough to oily/combo folks. I repurchase often as it’s so nice to layer with other serums without any pilling. 1. PAULA'S CHOICE - Hyaluronic Acid Booster is my favourite HA serum. Sodium hyaluronate, hyaluronic acid, 3 ceramides, and many other humectants beef up this INCI list. This serum has helped me so much with my eczema and any redness, making my skin plump, soft, more even, and wonderfully hydrated. It’s a “creamy” gel that I happily apply twice daily, with zero pilling. I’ll repurchase forever, even at $36/15mL.
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Skinsitive
B-Hydra Intensive Hydration Serum
DRUNK ELEPHANT-B-Hydra Intensive Hydration Serum
The One Serum That Save My Sensitive Skin😝😝
The One Serum That Save My Sensitive Skin😝😝
I have oily and sensitive skin, with dry cheeks and an oily, acne and bump-prone T-zone. This is honestly my all-time favorite skincare product. I used it everty time when my skin is unstable. I should say this product saved my skin!  Feeling: It has a refreshing texture, it's scent-free and it's hydrating, comforting the skin. If I use it during my allergy flares, I'll wake up to rejuvenated skin without any skin redness or swelling. Calming, soothing and moisturizing, it's very suitable for sensitive skin. Its ingredients include: green tea, rice ferment filtrate, and algae. Both green tea and algae are great for acne-prone skin as they help to purify skin and even out skin tone. Directions: After cleansing, pour a small amount onto your palms, then gently pat it onto your face until fully absorbed. TATCHA - The Essence Plumping Skin Softeneracts like a toning lotion and also contains ingredients of a serum, so it can replace serums to prepare the skin and boost absorption. You can consider buying this essence if you don't have a serum yet. What is your favorite skincare product?🥰 
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gigi1990
The Essence Plumping Skin Softener
TATCHA-The Essence Plumping Skin Softener
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