my acne has always been a huge insecurity of mine, until recently I started forcing myself to see it as normal rather than a disease. I’ve tried many products but they never have really cleared me up. I’ve heard that raw African black soap is really good for acne (which I have quite a bit of) my skin used to be a lot worse years back but never to the point of cystic acne, as of right now it’s very controlled but I break out easily. Any advice on what brand has the best raw black soap or any good cleansers to clear up acne? I don’t have much acne but I do have the little tiny bumps that won’t go away and a few acne bumps here and there.
Makeup remover for sensitive skin
I have really sensitive skin and eye area. My skin is normal to dry and I’m slightly acne prone. My facial cleanser I love but it doesn’t get all the makeup off on its own.
Every time I remove my makeup eye area feels so irritated and I’ve tried multiple removers. The outer corners of my eyes can even become raw, I’m not using force to get the makeup off either. This issue has made me wear makeup less than I’d prefer. What are the best makeup removers for this issues, especially for the eye area?
I always heard Shea butter was a good moisturizer, so I bought raw shea butter and used it on my face. After a few weeks I noticed I would get pimples and my skin would feel dry, which was odd. Until I heard that it’s supposed to trap in moister, so if you put a serum beforehand and then shea butter it would lock it in but i heard if your skin is dry and you put nothing before shea butter it would lock in that dryness. Is this true? Has anyone experienced this? Oh and I believe I might have dehydrated skin. #sheabutter #moisturizer #dehydrated