hi i'm Indy i'm 14 and i have moderate acne
i've been using thursday plantation products and im thinking of cutting out the moisturizer once my sunscreen is bought and seeing if my acne will gradually leave.
my current skincare routine is
Morning routine: wash(add toner to water before washing),pat dry(with clean towel),moisturize.
Night routine: wash(add toner to water before washing) use exfoliant gloves,pat dry,moisturize,dot natural spot treatment onto exisiting pimples/acne.
My natural spot treatment is made using
crushed raw ginger
now once my sunscreen has been bought just imagine my skincare routine without the moisturizer, i'm gonna see how it goes.
AM- Wipe face gently with micellar water (I use La Roche posay Ultra for reactive skin)
Rinse with water (Avene thermal water)
Sebamed Clear face gel or Ceracolla gel OR Cerave cream (depending on the conditions)
Avene Ultra light mineral sunscreen SPF 50 or Anthelios tinted mineral sunscreen SPF 60
1. Wash face with Neutrogena Naturals Purifying Facial Cleanser
2. I use Aczone (dapsone) Gel 7.5% as my spot treatment
3. Moisturize with Skinfood Aloe Vera Soothing Gel 93%
(I do this every morning and night)
(My face wash and moisturizer both have all 0’s under acne on the ingredients list)
最後編輯時間: 2018-07-26 11:26
I use Bourjois fresh cleansing gel, then Clarins toning lotion with iris (Or Etude House 10-in-1 House Wonder Pore Freshener), then clean & clear advantage spot control moisturizer, then possibly Clean & clear advantage spot treatment gel.
I'm currently working on finding the best products and wouldn't fully recommend all these!
It's recommended everyone find products in this pattern that work: Cleanser -> Toner -> Face masks -> serum -> moisturizer -> sun screen
I wash my face with cold water, apply Noxema all over my face and message, use a wet washcloth and wipe it off then wash off you face again with cold water. Appy witch hazel and or moisturizer that you feel comfortable. If you apply too much and your face feels too sticky or cant breath, dab your face with a damp cloth until it feels a bit better :)