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I already got everything I wanted (and more), so no more to check out here @RGbrown 😁 But you were so right, here is the sale on top of sale that you talked about! I didn’t want to wait because I was afraid I wouldn’t find what I wanted because of being OOS.
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Reply: I would try to look into some K-beauty products which targeted acne/sensitive skins. Their prices are really affordable and seems ...read more
I would try to look into some K-beauty products which targeted acne/sensitive skins. Their prices are really affordable and seems to work so well. I have really oily skin and sensitive cheeks. I dont know if you’ve ever tried any line from Shiseido. Their products are good and gentle enough for my sensitive skin. Some ingredients (such as alcohol) might seems harsh for sensitive skin, so make sure you look into that before purchasing. Im recently using Shiseido Waso moisturizer ($36), and it worked so well. It doesnt have a major claims or do much besides keeping your skin hydrated, smooth, and of course glowy. If you’re just looking for a simple moisturizer then I’d give Waso try.
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Reply: I loved light therapy for my inflammatory acne as well as my regular acne. I first had it when I was getting laser treatments done ...read more
I loved light therapy for my inflammatory acne as well as my regular acne. I first had it when I was getting laser treatments done and then later had it as a part of regular facials. It made a huge difference, especially with the inflammation! I have also been looking at buying one. Definitely a worth while tool to spend some money on. Cheaper in the long run than getting it done professionally all of the time.
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Reply: 27yrs old - I didn’t start dealing with acne scars until 2 years ago. I started getting painful inflamed acne due to a new allergy ...read more
27yrs old - I didn’t start dealing with acne scars until 2 years ago. I started getting painful inflamed acne due to a new allergy that developed. Whether I left them alone or had them medically treated, they all left marks on my face. Now that I’ve identified the allergen and stay away from it, I don’t get acne anymore from it but my cheeks, chin, and jaw are covered in dark marks and scars. What has helped me so far (and was recommended by my medical aesthetician) is The Ordinary Vitamin C Suspension 23% + HA Spheres 2% 1 oz/ 30 mL and (not from Sephora) Avene Cicalfate Scar cream. Both are worth the money and last a long time. Proper moisturizing of your skin levels is important as well. I’ve seen significant improvement adding those to my regimen.
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