Help, no matter what I do my makeup Always ends up patchy like this. What do I do? What should I use? What order should I be applying in?
Cleansing with Wow Skin care usually twice daily, and using an exfoliating yes to tomato’s charcoal stick once a week, using bliss moisturizer in the evenings before bed (but I’m still getting little dry spots all over), and using a day cream in the mornings.
Under my eyes, between my brows on my forehead, and the sides of my nose are usually oil slicks by the end of the day. I just want my makeup to look good 😩
my skin has been acting up
and in the second picture i have a lot of red spots but they aren’t acne and i have no clue where they are from. on both sides of my face i have acne spots and some scars and i need some advice on what to use to help clear my skin up. my skin type is oily and sometimes it can be combination. i currently use Biore charcoal wash, Soap and Glory vitamin C facial wash, and clean and clear morning burst facial wash. i use the Biore and Clean and Clear one after the other and just slightly wash my face with the Clean and Clear because i like how it makes my face feel refreshed and the day after i use the Soap and Glory facial wash. I switch off nights from toning my face with Thayers witch hazel and alba pineapple enzyme facial wipes. Occasionally if i have a pimple i want to go away i will use a benzoyl peroxide spot treatment or mario badescu drying lotion. i hope this gives y’all an insight on what my skin care routine looks like and what i can do to help my skin be smooth and have even toning
Hello everyone! I am in NEED of a skin care product that will help me get rid of the multiple small blackheads on my cheek area. As of right now I am using First Aid Beauty Charcoal Cleanser and First Aid Moisturizer twice a day, every other day I use Biore Witch Hazel, and every night I apply Shea Moisture Face Hydration Serum. When I first began using these products they helped so much, then I stopped using them for a few months (I ran out) and finally got back to using them again but it has not benefited me much as it did the first time. I’m thinking that I might need to change my skin products.
Suggestions for cruelty-free SPF? I’ve only seen low numbers like 10-30 SPF, and I don’t believe this is high enough. I live in California and it’s always sunny here.
Anyone have a dupe for the bosica charcoal cleanser?
has anybody tried the ulta beauty charcoal rubber modeling mask? how is it?
If ur looking for some new skin care try not to get too excited with cleansers and exfoliators that have activated charcoal in it, while they look pretty there really is no added bonus to them working more than any other cleansing product. There’s a reason u see so much products that now contain charcoal in it, social media promoted charcoal products so much to make us believe it was better than the rest so companies began producing more products to get ur coin