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The Best Cruelty-Free Serum Blemish Treatments For Acne-Prone Skin

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Frankie and Natalie
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What skin care brands and products do you recommend for kind of sensitive and combination skin? I prefer vegan and cruelty free products 🥺

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sara elisabeth
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krave beauty is a good one!

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Emily
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is there any good cleansers for sensitive, dry skin that are cruelty free? preferably without fragrance or essential oils. (makes my skin really sensitive)

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Edmarie Carrasquillo
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I have dry skin and lately any cleanser has been drying me out terribly and almost every moisturizer is just not enough I recently tried Ponds cold cream cleanser and it truly worked wonders I can absolutely see why it’s still a really good buy since 1846, it left my skin super soft, hydrated, moisturized and clean. I first removed most of my makeup with the Ulta makeup removing towel (like a MakeupEraser) then I massage the cold cream on my face avoiding my eyes, and leave it on (a bit like a mask and for it to work and grasp on any dirt, oil and pollution I have on my face) while I get in the shower and wash my body, then I take a wash cloth, soak it in warm water and gently wipe my face clean. You’ll be surprised how soft and moisturizer your face is. The Fragrance Free version I usually find it at Target for about $5 I paired it with their dry skin moisturizer and it is truly amazing! Star Duo! Never in my life I thought I would EVER use Ponds, and I love it!

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Emily
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@Edmarie Carrasquillo i would check it out but sadly ponds isn’t cruelty free :/. also i used to use ponds on my face when i was 15 and it left my skin very red and irritated. but thanks for the suggestion!! 😊

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Edmarie Carrasquillo
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@Emily oh, I’m so sorry Emily They do say when people try ponds they either love it or hate it The irritation might have been from the fragrance too

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Shanice ✨
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Is there any serum that doesn’t make your skin overly moisturized? Every time I use serum in my skin routine I break out in my problematic areas (T-zone & chin) I’m convinced I don’t need serum because it causes problems rather than help me have clear skin ! I also would only prefer cruelty free products The product attached is the serum I have been using in my skin routine ! I’ve also tried one from the brand botanicals but it also broke my face out #toomuchmoisture ?

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Dimitri Coonrod
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First I’d recommend using a liquid exfoliator after cleansing, and before you apply any serums. This will help control any oil left on the surface of the skin, and help sweep away any dead skin cells that your cleanser didn’t exfoliate off. A good one would be the Paula’s Choice Skin Perfecting 2% BHA Liquid Exfoliant. (They sell a travel size for just $10 to try) Then find a serum that contains ingredients that are good for oily/combination skin types. Personally, I really like the Trilogy Rosehip Oil Antioxidant+, which contains oils that are well tolerated by even oily and acne prone skin types. It is a little on the price-y side, but it lasts forever so it’s a good investment, and i notice amazing results with my skins texture, tone, brightness, and hydration. I like to use it 4 times a week, (usually once daily) after the liquid exfoliator and before a lightweight moisturizer