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fannydubbelve95

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  1. The best one out there

    This has been my skin's savior. I first went through the regimen about four years ago when I had minor cystic acne breakouts on my cheeks. It was horribly drying but I stuck through it. I realized once my skin got better that it's happier without the regimen cleanser, and I also switched to another moisturizer. So I have one from a company in Sweden called Basiderm. I tried switching my BP out to some products from The Ordinary this summer and my acne breakouts were much worse than it ever was
  2. NOT FOR ACTIVE ACNE

    I have sensitive skin but was recommended this cleanser. At first I couldn't stand the smell but I got used to it. I found that daily use was too abrasive for me, even though I was very careful to be gentle and not to scrub it on my skin. At that time i only had scarring from cystic acne, and small white under-the-surface bumps. Maybe this is better every other day or so, to help with skin renewal. I think people with less sensitive skin could love this though. As for active cystic acne I would
  3. Doesn't make it worse

    I tried this for a period of time but I think my skin is too sensitive. When I wash my face with only water, bp from the regimen and moisturize, my skin is the happiest. This cleanser didn't necessarily make my skin worse, I actually liked how balanced my skintone looked, but when I had used this for a couple of months it just felt unnecessary and I still had small white under-the-surface bumps. I think this cleanser could work wonders for people who are not as sensitive though! Just make sure y
  4. The best mask for looking fresh

    I have used this during bad acne breakouts and during red scarring and it seems it works for everything. Now, it doesn't get rid of anything overnight, but I always seem to think my skin is calmed down, looks more fresh and has a more even skintone afterwards. I have very sensitive skin so I only use this every other week. I have tried both and the non self-preserving one works best for me. And I love the minty smell!
  5. Made my skin worse

    I don't know but maybe could be sensitive to some ingredient in this product, when I use it on my skin it feels like it creates a barrier and doesn't allow my skin to breath. When I use it on spots at night, the spot is red and hurts when I wake up. Did not work at all for me. It's a shame because I really like Lush and their other products.
  6. Works for my sensitive skin

    I use a small amount of this product almost daily over the Body shop's primer. Sometimes I experience small bumps under the skin (not cystic acne, just small white bumps) but that could be from the primer or just that I'm having one of those days. I have very sensitive skin. Over all I like this product a lot, quite pricy but worth it if you don't use lots of it.
  7. Hi! I got a free bottle of the Body shop's Drops of Youth serum. I have veeery sensitive skin and had my worst cystic acne breakout this summer when I tried going off the acne.org regimen and start using products from The Ordinary. My skin is now back to having lots of scarring but no active breakouts. Now the lady in the store told me that she recommends using this product twice a day, but I'm super careful about what I use on my skin now. But also I'm thinking maybe it will help with my scar
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