Philosophy Help Me Retinol Night Treatment reviews
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Water, caprylic/capric triglyceride, emulsfying wax, glycerin, c10-30 cholesterol / lanosterol esters, cetyl ricinoleate, cetyl alcohol, dimethicone, benzyl alcohol, cyclomethicone, retinol , tocopherol acetate, ascorbyl palmitate, acrylates copolymer, stearic acid, peg-10 soya sterol, phenoxyethanol, magnesium aluminum silicate, methylparaben, triethanolamine, disodium edta, bisabolol, bht.
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This worked pretty nicely. For the price, it may or may not be worthwhile. Didn't have any negative side effects, wasn't very drying, did seem reduce pimples/clogged pores. Doesn't leave any weird residue on skin. I only purchased it once. Have been using products from Skoah since then which are about the same price and equally effective but last much, much longer. If I hadn't found Skoah I would probably have repurchased the Help Me. It's a good product. It's not a cure-all but it really does help.
I've used many things - botanical products for acne (Yonka Creme 15), AHAs, Salicylic Acid, prescriptions (Clyndamycin) - NOTHING WORKED.
I used this and the first morning I immediately noticed that my bumps had been reduced and that my skin didn't have any new acne.
My acne generally is some red pimples, but mostly whiteheads under the surface.