Although my acne is light, I'm prone to discolouration after the acne is cleared, making it seem as though the acne is still there.
I've decided to give shea butter a go, since I have heard good things about its acne healing properties and how well it combats uneven skintone.
I've only been on this new regimen for a couple of days:
I wash my face with Neutrogena visibly clear 2 in 1 wash/mask in the morning and at night
after my morning wash I apply 5% BP
after I wash my face at night, I apply the unrefined shea butter and leave it on overnight.
I'm a bit worried due to the greasy texture of the shea butter, but it doesn't appear to have caused any breakouts or pore congestion as of yet.
I'd like to hear from anyone else who's tried shea butter, whether it had worked for them etc.
Neutrogena visibly clear 2 in 1 wash/mask in the morning and at night
after my morning wash I apply tea tree oil all over my face (and rub more into any problem areas if needs be.)
after I wash my face at night, I apply my sheabutter and tea tree oil mixture and leave it on overnight.
I'm not missing the BP one bit
Edited by Lunar Tic, 15 November 2009 - 01:43 PM.