st. ives green tea scrub. it doesn't do anything with blackheads but it manages acne well.
Aveeno clear complexion
I have a few st.Ives apricot scrub, charcoal peel off mask, Avon gold peel off mask, and i really like just posh moisturizer.
Neutrogena or clean and clear products
Clinique moisture surge moisturizer.
Best one I’ve ever used. Keeps your skin soft and hydrated without being greasy at all, that is what I love about it. It has a gel-like consistency. It’s sooo nice.
I highly recommend it for any skin type.
It will not irritate.
my yes to cotton micellar water
I have quite a few... Raw organic honey as a facial wash, raw organic honey with some sugar added as a facial scrub, raw jojoba or cacay oils as moisturizers at night, aztec secret clay mixed with apple cider vinegar and honey as a mask, naturopathica vitamin k under eye cream, pure tea tree oil, the ordinary caffeine solution for undereyes, pure aloe vera gel, lumina skinfood oxygen gel, mad hippie and nourish organics face mists, nourish organics antioxident oil, badgers facial rose oil, mad hippie exfoliating serum, various leahlani masks, kypris sunscreen, nanak skin repair for lips.
Neutrogena is my favorite skincare product.
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Water & prayer
Drying lotion Mario
Charity pot from Lush store
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It's good for dry skin.
I like the Caudalie grape and sage foaming cleanser and the Antipodes face serums and eye cream
Clear pore cleanser mask by neutrogena
St Ives apricot scrub
sleek hydrating primer. i haven’t seen much hype about it and idk why it’s amazing
All of them
Vitamin C serum by avalon.
Right now I love Neutrogena's Hydraboost cream and serum. I have very dry sensitive skin and this stuff keeps it soft and dewy -especially in colder weather when my skin is at its worst. In the summer I used The Body Shop's Vitamin C day cream with SPF30 every day to keep from getting sun damaged skin. IT was light, not sticky or greasy and didn't smell obnoxious like some sunscreen moisturizers. For cleansing I use make up remover wipes to get rid of the mascara, blush and gunk and then cleanse with a Dove bar. After I apply a serum and moisturizer and I"m good to go -even if it's going to bed. I used to use retinol but I started reacting so I stopped. I find the less I use the happier and healthier my skin is -so none of those silly seven, nine or 12 step programs for me.