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please let me know if the caudalie natural salicylic acid pore minimizing serum actually helped with the clogged pores! i have small bumps on my cheeks and i believe they are clogged pores and i am searching high and low for something that will make them disappear
You got a bunch of great skincare products almost all clean. My sister teaches me everything skincare. She has a small YouTube and she is supposed to be doing a skincare product video (@msavalon25) she does all the research on what we should buy and what we should not because of the chemicals. She is my you skincare
Girl when your brother came on the line saying wha gwaan it got my husband back started up, lol. We spent ten days in Jamaica and just recently came home and he loved when everyone would say wha gwaan (hope I spelled right). It's my second time in Jamaica but his first and he loved it so much which I knew he would.
Girrrrrrl! if you use all them AHAs and BHAs on yr skin you are gonna be dry man lol ...but seriously these are all good treatments and serums but you do not need all of them!!
I totally love acids but you must be careful at first ...seriously you would have been better off getting the P1970 that Steph Nicole recs and one good AHA treatment like a mask used twice a week...well maybe the Tata Harper serum once a day...
I am a firm believer that double cleansing is the answer to congested skin and there is nobody that does it better than a Korean beauty routine which can include acids but not so many different ones...I am worried you are going to ruin your skin with that much AHA!! and its not mild either!! 14% is a lot there is such a thing as balance lol
I could help you no problemo but I would not know where to start with that lot!!
One at a time for starters and def no AHAs left on during the day time, use a good vit C in the day and AHA and Retinoids at night for a start
Double cleanse is a must so is a mild aha/bha toner then vit C
At night you can use the serums but be careful to use a good moisturizer or oil with them...A lot of oils as others have said wont give you Acne infact it helps distressed skin...I would watch skincare vids like Stephs for the right order...there are a lot of comments here on this page from people that know the drill or I can help...just ask if you need to
Good luck but be cautious please...one product at a time and make sure to cleanse properly Cheers from Aussie Stacey
You should also spread moisturizers to the back of your hands. You purchased a lot of products that do the same thing (chemical exfoliant) watch out for expiration dates as by the time you open them they may be ineffective.
I have oily sensitive skin and use The Ordinary and Timeless. I love the products as they isolate the active ingredient and tell you am or pm. Most Ordinary products around $10. Watch Gothamista videos Part 1 & 2 on their products and order direct. They have info on website to show what goes with what to design custom for you. I use their Glycolic 7 % toner, Retinol 1% in Squalane, Buffet serum, and A few others. Daily I use Timeless 20% Vitamin C + E + Ferulic Acid and Coenzyme Q10 serum (glycerin, hylaluronic acid, Matrixyl, etc) under makeup. Completely absorbs and not greasy! I have the Ole H Alt A purple cream and love it but it burns a little. Got Dominique Lemonade but haven't tried it yet
Your pimples sounds like cystic acne. They don't pop they hang around and hurt like hell. Any who I got skin care mostly too this time around. some caudalie toner & serum the same one you showed & elixir, fresh antioxidant glow spray , farmacy melting mask, kora eye oil, drunk elephant c-firma, Milk powder and green, blue and all nighter cream eyeshadow pigment. And was lucky enough to snatch up Pat Macgraph Mothership V; Killian perfume BOYS & Kissing. i didn't see the Farmacy honey glow.
@kindofstephen and @labmuffinbeautyscience on IG and other places plus blogs are great resources. An example of a moring routine could be rinse with water or cream cleanse, towel off, apply Vit C, sunscreen, then makeup. If you need more moisture, add it in before sunscreen. An evening could be double cleanse, AHA/BHA (avoid eyes), humectant serum, lotion/oil.
I would start with one product a week and access how your skin was and how it's progressing. The AHA and Vit C are a good pairing if your skin is used to it. AHAs and Vit C do need a lower pH. BHA does too, but too a lesser extent. After a few days of using a BHA at a near neutral pH, it's as effective as using initial at a lower pH. Depending on your skin, that can be less irritating. Going in with too much is asking for trouble because those are rather aggressive. If your skin is looking really shiny, you're exfoliating too much. If you apply chemical exfoliants after a shower or a bath, more water in absorbed into the skin, so those actives can penetrate more. If you're already reactive, that's not so good, but if you need a stronger kick, then it is good. Let things absorb and dry down when layering. If any pilling happens, pat products in vs rubbing. People do claim that thinner water based products go on first, but if you're going in with an active that is too aggressive, applying a cream or lotion first then the active will slow absorbtion. You'll still get benefits from the active, but in a more gentle way. Similarly, if you need everything you can get from an active, apply that first. If hydration is a problem, go in with a humectant and/or ceramide serum or thin lotion first, then go in with other products. Cleansing and hydration are the first steps. I am by no means an expert, but I will try to answer more questions or refer you to a source that might have the answer. ❤️
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It's still a crapy program from a Canadian shoppers perspective. We don't have Ulta in Canada, so this revamp to the Rewards Bazaar program is pitiful. It's very limited to what one can redeem with their points. Sephora needs to do better. 2500 points for $100 gift card is theft when you consider that to make Rouge status one has to spend $1000. This is so effed up!!!!
Gothamista is a great channel for skin care... she does a lot of Korean skin care brands but I love her overview videos of certain types of skin care( ahas, oils, cleansers, etc) work better for the skin.
With your love for serums...you need to try TRUSKIN NATURALS. I discovered it by accident while looking around amazon. It can only be bought through Amazon. The vitamin C serum and moisturizer of TruSkin made my skin bright and glowy in days! I swear by it. You have to try it!!
Okay...as for how to apply skin care. Thinnest consistency first to thickest. So..Tonic-Facial Lotion-Serum-Oil-Moisturizer. Dont mix any acid with retinol (if youre using one)
I love your haul!!
Girl please keep us updated on the Tata Harper Resurfacing Serum... I really need a genuine opinion on whether or not it works.... and given the political climate of the beauty community, I'm hard-pressed to trust anyone :( but I know you always keep it real ;) so please update us later on!! Thanks!!
I had no desire to purchase anything at Sephora but I didn't want to lose my birthday gift bonus points which were 250 points. I had other options but I choose the points. Since I waited until the last minute to shop online almost everything I wanted was out of stock for example drunk elephant and the tatcha products. I agreed with bbazpp98 comments. If you have time check out Caroline Hirons channel which is highly recommended by Stephanie Nicole and Gothamista channel (She brreaks it down)
I believe skin care should be discussed with a dermatologist. But many ppl can't afford it or have time to see one. The beauty industry can blatantly lie about their products and use studies to mislead consumers. And putting 10 products on your face twice a day everyday is not a good thing. I do a goid Korean skincare twice a week but only 5 steps. Let your skin do it's natural process. Anyways everyone should check out Dr. Dray on YouTube. I work in dermatology and many of the dermatologist that Are Not Sponsored, have the same perspective as Dr. Dray.
I’ve been hearing the mattes are nice in the Lemonade palette, but some of the shimmers was disappointing as well as the bluish shade- as in relatively not pigmented but maybe it’s buildable or meant to give a sheer wash of the colour to be “lemonade” like - maybe watercolour, rather than opaque pastel?
I get cloggy in summer and it’s horrid. Found out my regular facial wash was doing NOTHING. It changed texture and wouldn’t even foam up! So I started using my Burts Bees grapefruit body wash because it seems to help keep my ear and neck area clear and non oily. Then while skin is damp, I tried out the Pixi Glow tonic and pat it on while skin is damp, work it in until dry and rinse or just go to bed with it on. For day, I like to pat on the Farmacy essence spray while skin is damp, let dry and then apply their Green Screen. I keep using a damp clean cloth to keep my skin clean and wash as soon as the sun sets and pat on either the Farmacy essence or the FAB spray and it’s worked amazing to clear up my skin and give it a natural radiance. I’m usually very oily, but with this summer I’ve been getting strange patches of flaky and irritated skin on my cheeks, nose and chin and breakouts. I really think the combination of those products are helping me. I also like to switch, as really, you’re applying skincare to get your skin to react and stimulate a response. After a while I think skin does adjust and they don’t get effective. That’s just my personal experience- I’m NOT a doctor. Thought I’d just mention that lol
Cleanser, toner, acid, hyaluronic acid/serums/vitamin C (you can mix), moisturizer (mixed or topped with oil as needed). I skip acid treatments when my skin feels dry or irritated. Strong peels once a week until tolerance is built. Vitamin C can be used with almost anything but you might want to dilute with another serum until your skin acclimates to your new routine. Your skin looks gorgeous though!
Yes, Stephanie Nicole!!! If it’s too many products - and yeah it’s a lot - you can just pick out from her list. Also, just put some of your skincare in the fridge. I don’t think you can do all of them. Probably the cold would change some consistency. Try Caroline Hirons she even has PDFs of different routines on her website, so she is a super good resource.
Always enjoy your hauls Tina! Please be careful mixing/layering all of your new skincare items right away in the event your skin reacts negatively, you want to know exactly what to eliminate. I really like the 2 lavendar Ole Henriksen products and just got a tip to layer the night cream atop the DE Framboos at night (LOVE the DE Framboos and hope you have great results using it). I need your help finding a replacement for our MUFE Speculous eye shadow which I started using after watching one of your videos many moons ago! It has been discontinued and I can't seem to find a comparable replacement. Let me know if either the MJ Daddi-O! or BigO! does the trick.
I would suggest to be careful with the BHA and AHA. They can be irritating if used in excess, especially for those who have sensitive skin. I used to exfoliate (chemical) alot and it end up causing some hyperpigmentation. So be careful. You probably should have tried just 1 BHA and 1 AHA product in order to see which one works for you. Also, you should read the ingredients, they should always list the percentage of BHA and AHA in it. Some products will have them as the last ingredient which means that there is just a drop of AHA or BHA in it which doesn’t make it effective. 2% BHA should be good for those starting out, 5% AHA should he good for those starting out (AHA can sting a little). And lastly, sunscreen, sunscreen, sunscreen!!!!
Paula’s Choice has some good AHA/BHA products.
I’m going to try that Farmacy serum. I was using Good genes, love that. Caudalie has a great moisturizing toner. Sephora is on their last days lol, Ulta has Kylie cosmetics now. I’m not a Kylie customer but that will be a huge financial gain for Ulta. The new Sephora rewards program is still not up to par. I have over 2500 points and the gift card is available online at a certain time and day in limited quantities. That’s ridiculous, if I’m a rouge I should be able to complete that transaction in store at any time.
Totally agree with you about Sephora's new rewards program. I like that they are offering higher points for VIB and Rouge, but the program still leaves much to be desired. When I heard about that gift card for Rouge, I was so excited because I am so close to reaching Rouge status. Then, I learned that it's only part of the Bazaar. WHAT?! That is totally unfair! I also feel like 2500 points is still too high for that reward, especially since Sephora doesn't offer a lot of opportunities to earn bonus points.
I have been on a skincare kick too because of the same problem. I tried several aha/bha products and... my skin was going berserk. I thought it was a sort of purge effect at first, I gave up after 2 months with each product. I am super pale and couldn't deal with the extreme redness, painful pimples and texture it resulted with. Recently acquired most the May Linstrom range during a gift with purchase of the brand. I was adviced by their service client to exfoliate more and use their mask twice a week so you are going in the good direction! After a week and a half, I start seeing good results. I still need to introduce a few products ( I usually do it really slowly) but I have good hopes that it will be it.
I needed your come ta Jesus moment and lecture from you before today. I spent way too much on this sale. I did get skin care items... lots... but I should have curbed myself. I fo,low Stephanie Nicole’s advisement on skincare for the most part... but I see a significant change in my skin. I also invested in tools like the NuFace and Clarisonic... loving the changes in my skin. Acid and serum overload over here.
BTW... need a tour of your beauty room.💕
I super regret not getting the SK II essence in my online order. I tried that little sample that ish works at removing dead skin and brightening. That price tho... I probably will bust my budget and go and get it tomorrow . 😏
I'm in the same boat. I have a lot of makeup and transitioning into skincare. I like tatcha and Sunday Riley so far. I want to try drunk elephant and I got samples from Tata harper. Caudalie is also on the list when the funds permit. Looking forward to the holiday releases... They seem exciting!
It was kind of a product overload / overlap . I wouldn’t open some of those that are similar bc they do lose effectiveness once open . There’s a skincare channel I like to watch ( don’t know name ) but they recommend Glycolic acid in combination with hyloronic acid ; vitamin C with vitamin E . I’ll go find channel
I normally use Sunday Riley Good Genes and I really want Farmacy Honeymoon glow. I find that only good genes & tarte knockout tingle treatment toner(pretty much the same as the caudalie toner and the serum. They are just different types of products that do the same thing.) really keep my skin unclogged. I think you picked great products and as you try them you'll see how your skin likes them. I personally like the drunk elephant tlc framboos serum, but I prefer the texture of Good Genes. I'm not crazy about toners myself honestly. With the use of the exfoliating products, you would pretty much use them all the same way. Just rotate them out and don't go too crazy layering them together. A simple routine would be cleanse, treat, moisturize, finish. Treat could be a toner, a mask, essence, or a serum. While finish could be using the oil at night or spf during the day. The josie maran balm you like would also be a finishing product. Now vitamin c can aggravate acne or if you have acne prone skin. I'm an extremely oily skin type, not as acne prone anymore. I do make a point to avoid vitamin c while experiencing breakouts. I sometimes apply sunday riley ceo serum on top of good genes at night. Because of the textures I might even go without a moisturizer. Now the texture of the herbivore moonfruit isn't my fave, but I do think it works well. My favorite herbivore product is the blue tansy aha/bha mask. Masking is also how I do most of my treatments. I've found that doing different types of masks interchangeably have shown the most improvement in my skin. I rotate out hydrating, exfoliating, brightening, and purifying/ detoxifying masks. Some focus on one specific and others do a couple of things all in one. I think you selected great products, just space them out and see what shows the most improvment in helping your skin not feel or look clogged. I'm personally experiencing the same skin concern. Due to recent breakouts I'm just slowly picking up my usual routine. I've totally done the same thing as you when it comes to this sale lol. I get all skincare usually. This time I finally got the sephora collection rose gold brush set I've been eyeing 😍. I hope this helps let me know if you have any specific questions or concerns.
I picked up the Koh gen doh manifishi foundation, I had to get it because I've seen nothing but good reviews on it and I also bought the estee lauder double wear foundation in one of the new shades called maple/5n 1.5, I wanted to see if that would work for my skin tone better than the rich ginger shade that I normally wear😁
It’s so true I’ve stopped shopping for Tarte, Too faced at Sephora and Ulta because they have waaay better deals on their own website 25-40% off. Last week Too Faced had up to 70% off certain stuff so I’m no longer rouge and barely making VIB now...but not complaining 😁
I got the Atelier perfume as well :o). Have you smelled the new Killian Capsule Collection ( Princess, Boys, Adults, Kissing- that's just part of their names lol)- Their perfumes are very expensive and really cant be found other places- so I would highly recommend smelling it in store first- I got samples of them- and am now going back for 2 of them.Also from the Clean Perfume line the Sel Santal was also surprisingly nice-I never thought I would be into a fragrance described as warm woods- but I ended up really liking it. Btw I hate that I cant just purchase another online order and get the cashback + sale too smh .
Guuurrrllll!! That’s ALOT of acids!! Lolol! What are you trying to do, melt your skin!? I applaud your enthusiasm!! 😂 Wonderful products all of them and just a wee bit jealous! 😉 However, on the more serious side, don’t use all your goodies all at once or you’ll overwhelm your skin with all these acids. You may have to rotate thru them possibly monthly. Like pick 4 to start incorporating and put the others aside for next month. For instance, start with Tata’s and Caudelie’s alternating days. Then add the Farmacy 2 times a week at night. Then add in the Toner in the A.M. only in order to give your skin a break at night.
Maybe the following month switch out the Farmacy and add in the Retin-Alt and the oil serum and maybe use the TLC Framboos twice an evening switching out the Retin-Alt. During that month lay off one of the morning acid’s as your putting on so much acids at night now. Lol! Personally I don’t feel you should be using this much acids in you skincare at once. Here’s a guide for skincare layering and maybe plug in your products accordingly:
> Vit C (wait, go eat breakfast)
> Acid (wait, go make bed, lol!)
> Double Cleanse (oil cleanser + cleanser)
> Toner (gentle hydrating one)
> Hada Labo Hyaluronic Acid Lotion Essence (shameless plug!)
> Retinol (in any preference from natural Rose Hip Oil ~ I use ~ to an alternative like Retin-Alt)
> Acid or Vit C (if you want and your skin can handle it. Apply, wait, go watch a TV program)
> Oils (I treat these as serums as they’re treatments just like serums)
Voila!! Your done!! Lol!! 😝😂 I hope this helps,Tina!! 😀😉💖
Woo chile you went in on the exfoliation products! I strongly suggest seeing a dermatologist. Prescription Retin-A knocks over the counter products out the box. You won’t need half that stuff. My primary skin care purchase included Vitamin C for the morning, exfoliating & hydrating toners and moisturizers. Proceed cautiously and good luck!