The jury is still out on this one! Most people will say put the face oil on afterwards because the face oil serves as a top coat, allowing the water binding products underneath to work properly. However, some people will use the face oil before the... (More)
The most common skincare ingredients you will want to avoid during pregnancy are retinoids, salicylic acid, and benzoyl peroxide. Many of the other skincare ingredients on the market should be safe (although you will want to look at this on a case ... (More)
Good day everyone!
I would like to ask f what skincare products that can be used for pregnant women that couldn't affect to a baby.
Hoping for your suggestions and recommendation. Thank you 🙂.
This quiz can give you some personalized recs!
I recently tried the Farmacy Green Clean cleansing balm and I just wanted to share how giddy I am about it. After trying variety of cleansing balms, many of which irritate my skin, I was pleased when th... (More)
Regular acne tends to occur predominately on your face where as fungal acne will occur on your back & chest. They will look like uniform red bumps where as normal acne will tend to have blackheads and whiteheads. Regular acne is caused by bacte... (More)
Salicylic Acid is one of the most popular ingredients in skincare products used to treat acne. It is a BHA (Beta Hydroxy Acid), whose molecular structure allows it to penetrate deep into pores and clean out debris and other dead skin cells. This is... (More)
Vitamin E is known for helping discoloration by encouraging cell turnover. That's just a fancy terms for it encourages the sloughing of old, dark, dead skin cells in favor of fresh new bright cells. It can also help seal up cracks in your skin, hel... (More)
Have you tried Kiehl's Ultra Facial Cream with SPF? https://www.gofriendshop.com/products/kiehl-s-since-1851-ultra-facial-cream-spf-30
Ultra Facial Cream is an OG favorite. I'm sure their version with SPF is very similar and just as good.
I currently use the Murad environmental defense toner which has been pretty good but curious if there are any miracle ones out there I'm missing out on? THANKS
Because my skin is on the pale side, I get REALLY susceptible to sunburn. My skin is also on the sensitive side though, so I need a good, heavy lifting sunscreen that is at the same time gentle on acne-prone skin. Does anyone have recommendations?