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2023.06.10 15:26 fetchtheboItcutters What do you guys think of my routine?

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2023.06.10 07:01 Flimsy-Class-5859 Help with this!!

Help with this!!
Hi all!
I’m a bit nervous to post my face on here, but I feel like I’m at a road block. I’ve struggled with pretty bad cystic acne for about 7 years now and these pictures are current. My skin is MUCH better now than it has been in the past. I still have active acne, but I’ve noticed these stubborn scars and I don’t know what to do to get rid of them (maybe PIE?) I’ve tried gentle routines and more rough routines and discovered that my skin seems to be pretty sensitive. I’ve tried everything: topicals, prescription grade retinoids, doxycycline, nano infusion facials - but nothing has helped with this specifically. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated!
My current routine: (I try to skin cycle my nights)
Every morning: Cerave hydrating cleanser and Derma-E vitamin C sun screen/ moisturizer
Night 1+2: Cerave hydrating cleanser & neutrogena hydro boost moisturizer
Night 3: Cerave hydrating cleanser, glow recipe strawberry aha+bha exfoliator, neutrogena hydro boost moisturizer
Night 4: Cerave hydrating cleanser, prescription 0.025% tretinoin, neutrogena hydro boost moisturizer
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2023.06.09 22:21 Xtreemenature101 Wale wa sinanga business idea

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2023.06.09 20:21 Daniele86 Dermactin-TS Turmeric Facial Collection 3-PC Skin Care Set

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2023.06.09 16:38 idealindreamers Critique my routine and tell me your favorite Hydrating Nighttime Cream & Cleansers, please?

Hi all! I’m new to taking care of my skin with a full routine (just for the past year or so) so I’m looking for feedback on my routine and specifically am in the market for a new hydrating nighttime cream and new cleanser. I’m over 40, with sensitive skin that leans dry. I don’t get acne but I have a couple sun spots and occasional flare ups of eczema. Looking for overall hydration and to lighten or eliminate sun spots. Open to additional products that are not in my routine already. You all are so helpful to others - I’m hoping you can help me too!
Current routine: Cleanser: CeraVe Foaming Facial Cleanser. This is fine, but too drying for me. Looking for a new one and eyeing La Roche-Posay Toleriane Hydrating Gentle Face Cleanser. Any thoughts about it?
Serum: (new to me this week and loving it) Naturium Quadruple Hyaluronic Acid Serum 5%
Eye Cream: ROC Retinol Correction Line Smoothing Eye Cream. This is fine but I’m open to something more hydrating.
Cream: ROC Retinol Correction Line Smoothing Max Hydration Cream for day. ROC Retinol Deep Wrinkle for nighttime. I don’t particularly feel attached to either of these but I really don’t love the nighttime cream.
Sunscreen: Trader Joe’s Daily Facial Sunscreen 40SPF. I love this.
Price isn’t a huge issue for me i’m willing to splurge on one or two products if they’re really worth it – I just don’t know what I’m doing.
That’s it, that’s the post. Thanks for reading!
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2023.06.09 11:17 Ravlinn Washing my face hurts all of a sudden?

So I'm not sure what to do here. I've been on tretinoin for a month for anti-aging, 0.025% cream, every other day, and the last week or so whenever I wash my face it starts to burn. Afterwards I'm left with a pretty red face. I havent had signs of dryness thus far, or any negative effects aside from this. My oil cleanser is fine, but all the gel cleansers I have cause this irritation. I've tried the cerave hydrating cleanser, la roche posay lipikar wash, and grown alchemist gentle facial cleanser. Perhaps I could just oil cleanse since the kose oil cleanser doesn't leave a film? Or someone could reccomend an even gentler cleanser?
My routine:
AM: splash face with warm water, missah time revolution essence, beauty of joseon relief sun sunscreen
PM (tretinoin days): Kose cleansing oil, one of the 3 gel cleansers listed above, missah time revolution essence, embryolisse lait creme, tretinoin, embryolisse lait creme, eminence wildflower ultralight oil.
PM (no tret): Kose cleansing oil, gel cleanser, missah time revolution essence, the ordinary buffet + copper peptides (except under the eyes), the ordinary caffeine solution (under the eyes), embryolisse lait creme, eminence wildflower ultralight oil.
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2023.06.09 07:39 iMusthav Skincare for Men: A Comprehensive Guide to a Healthy, Radiant Complexion

Skincare for Men: A Comprehensive Guide to a Healthy, Radiant Complexion
Gone are the days when skincare was considered a women-only affair. Today, more and more men are realizing the importance of maintaining a healthy skincare routine. A well-groomed appearance not only boosts confidence but also promotes overall well-being.
This week, iMusthav’s editor would like to explore the skincare for men, providing useful tips and tricks that are easy to incorporate into daily life. So, let’s dive in and learn how to achieve that radiant, healthy complexion that’s worth sharing with friends.
1. Understand Your Skin Type: The first step in creating an effective skincare routine is understanding your skin type. There are four main skin types: normal, oily, dry, and combination. Knowing your skin type will help you choose the right products and treatments to maintain a healthy, balanced complexion.
2. Cleanse Daily: Cleansing is the foundation of any skincare routine. It helps remove dirt, oil, and impurities that can clog pores and cause breakouts. Men should cleanse their face twice a day – once in the morning and once at night – using a gentle, sulfate-free cleanser suitable for their skin type.
3. Exfoliate Regularly: Exfoliating helps remove dead skin cells, unclog pores, and promote cell turnover for a smoother, brighter complexion. Men should exfoliate their skin 1-2 times a week using a gentle scrub or an exfoliating brush. Be careful not to over-exfoliate, as this can cause irritation and damage the skin’s natural barrier.
4. Moisturize and Hydrate: Moisturizing is essential for maintaining the skin’s natural barrier and preventing dehydration. Men should apply a lightweight, non-greasy moisturizer suitable for their skin type after cleansing and exfoliating. Look for products containing hyaluronic acid, glycerin, or ceramides, which help lock in moisture and keep the skin hydrated.

5. Protect Your Skin from the Sun: Sun damage is one of the leading causes of premature aging and skin cancer. Men should apply a broad-spectrum sunscreen with an SPF of at least 30 every day, even on cloudy days. Look for sunscreens that are specifically formulated for the face and are non-comedogenic, meaning they won’t clog pores.
6. Address Specific Skin Concerns: If you’re dealing with specific skin issues like acne, dark spots, or fine lines, consider incorporating targeted treatments into your routine. For acne-prone skin, look for products containing salicylic acid or benzoyl peroxide. For dark spots and uneven skin tone, consider using a vitamin C serum. To address fine lines and wrinkles, incorporate a retinol product into your nighttime routine.
7. Don’t Forget About Your Beard: If you have facial hair, it’s essential to keep it clean and well-groomed. Use a gentle beard shampoo and conditioner to cleanse and soften your beard. Regularly trim and shape your facial hair to maintain a polished appearance. Apply a beard oil or balm to keep your beard moisturized and prevent itchiness.
8. Get Enough Sleep and Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle: Skincare isn’t just about the products you apply to your face. A healthy lifestyle, including getting enough sleep, staying hydrated, and eating a balanced diet, plays a significant role in maintaining a radiant complexion. Exercise regularly to promote blood circulation and reduce stress, which can contribute to skin issues like acne and premature aging.
Conclusion: Skincare for men doesn’t have to be complicated. By understanding your skin type and incorporating a few essential steps into your daily routine, you can achieve a healthy, radiant complexion that’s worth sharing with friends. Remember, consistency is key – stick to your routine, and you’ll see noticeable improvements in your skin’s appearance and texture.
By the way, do not forget to buy iMusthav products for your girlfriend or wife to handle all their hair removal needs.
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2023.06.09 04:30 CountrysideLuker Facial wipes in worm Compost bin…?

Hmm I’m skeptical at best but tempted to try. They say “certified home compostable” so… what exactly does that mean… Thoughts ? Comments ? Should I try it in the worm bin or no?
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2023.06.08 22:52 reasonablecatlady I can't stop thinking about this book, and not in a good way. So here's a review/rant. "The Lies We Tell" by Kathy Lockheart. Marked with a content warning because of some of the content within the book.

Ok, so a lot of times, Facebook will show me blurbs of romance books, and I'll read them. And the blurb on this one was a bit enticing. It was the FMC in the hospital with one of the MMCs, who was sitting at her bedside and asked in that protective voice "what did he do to you?" and I was like ya ok I'll give this a try. I'm also not going to put in any spoilers because this whole post would be a spoiler block.
Trigger warning (seriously): this book contains scenes of abuse, both physical and emotional, the death of a small child, depicts violence, and not great home life of children (the MMCs).
Trigger warning (not serious): The most annoying FMC I've ever read.
Ok. I have several issues with this book. The biggest being the FMC. She's ridiculously stupid. I know that the author probably wrote the FMC a certain way at times because she's depicting a woman in an emotionally and physically abusive relationship. Since I don't have any experience with that, I imagine that some of the choices the FMC makes and some of the rational she uses might be common with people in abusive relationships. But, that's not my issue with her. My issue with her is she's fucking dumb as a box of rocks.
This book is page after page after page ad nauseum of this idiots internal monolog about her abusive MMC and the other MMC. Like, this book could have been half as long if the author edited herself and took most of that bullshit out. Her wafflings on staying or leaving the abusive ex aside, there's too FUCKING MUCH internal monolog. I literally skipped pages and didn't read them because I honestly didn't care what she thought anymore.
The rest I'm going to start listing.
I'm sorry. This is long. I honestly could not stop thinking about this book, and I don't really talk to anyone about the books I read, and like. I couldnt stand it. I had to tell someone.
For my actual review, 1/10, don't recommend.
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2023.06.07 22:44 mib732 [Routine Help] What should I improve about my routine? My skin hasn't improved by much

Hello, I have been a long time lurker here at Skincare Addiction for almost 2 years (?) and I wanted to discuss my skincare routine. Basically, I would like to eliminate the mouth wrinkles around my face. I am not sure what products to use for this. I basically wear sunscreen every time I walk outside. I would also like to know what
PURITO Centella Unscented Serum 60ml
Vanicream Gentle Facial Cleanser with Pump Dispenser
Biore UV Aqua Rich Watery 50 g Sunscreen SPF 50 + / PA ++++
The Ordinary - Vitamin C Suspension 23% + HA Spheres 2% - - 30ml
The Ordinary - Retinol 0.5% in Squalane - - 30ml (I stopped using this because it made my mouth lines worse)
Banana Boat SPF 50 for Daily Outside Wear
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2023.06.07 21:32 kavyaorganicfarm Top 6 Best Natural Body Lotions

Top 6 Best Natural Body Lotions

When it comes to choosing the best natural body lotions, it's important to look for products that are free from harsh chemicals, synthetic fragrances, and artificial ingredients. Here are six highly regarded natural body lotions that have gained popularity for their quality ingredients and effective moisturizing properties:
  1. Puracy Organic Hand & Body Lotion: This lotion is made with organic, plant-based ingredients such as shea butter, aloe vera, and sunflower oil. It is lightweight, non-greasy, and suitable for all skin types.
  2. Avalon Organics Nourishing Lavender Hand & Body Lotion: This lotion contains a blend of lavender essential oil, aloe vera, and plant lipids that provide deep hydration and nourishment. It has a soothing lavender scent and absorbs quickly into the skin.
  3. Alba Botanica Very Emollient Body Lotion: Alba Botanica offers a wide range of body lotions with different natural scents, such as coconut rescue, maximum, and original. These lotions are enriched with botanical extracts, aloe vera, and vitamins to moisturize and soften the skin.
  4. Burt's Bees Cocoa and Cupuaçu Butters Body Lotion: Burt's Bees is known for its natural products, and this body lotion is no exception. It is made with a blend of cocoa and cupuaçu butters, botanical moisturizers, and vitamin-rich oils to provide intense hydration and improve skin texture.
  5. Weleda Skin Food: Weleda's Skin Food is a deeply nourishing and hydrating body lotion that is suitable for dry and rough skin. It contains natural ingredients like sunflower seed oil, rosemary leaf extract, and calendula flower extract, which help soothe and restore the skin.
  6. Nourish Organic Body Lotion: Nourish Organic offers a range of body lotions that are USDA certified organic and made with pure, natural ingredients. They are available in different scents, such as almond vanilla, lavender mint, and fresh fig, and provide long-lasting moisture without any synthetic additives.
These natural body lotions have received positive reviews for their effectiveness, ingredients, and overall performance. However, it's always a good idea to check the specific ingredient list and choose a product that suits your individual skin needs and preferences.
  • What is the best natural hair dye?
Determining the "best" natural hair dye can depend on various factors, such as your desired hair color, hair type, and personal preferences. It's essential to note that natural hair dyes generally offer more subtle and temporary color changes compared to conventional dyes. Here are some popular options for natural hair dyes:
  1. Henna: Henna is a plant-based dye that has been used for centuries to color hair. It provides red to auburn shades and can also offer conditioning benefits. However, it's important to use pure henna without additives to avoid potential allergic reactions.
  2. Indigo: Indigo is another natural dye derived from plants, specifically the indigofera tinctoria plant. It can be used in combination with henna to achieve darker shades, including black or dark brown. Indigo is often used in conjunction with henna to create a two-step dyeing process.
  3. Vegetable-Based Dyes: Some companies offer natural hair dyes that utilize vegetable-based ingredients like beetroot, carrot, or other plant extracts. These dyes typically provide subtle color variations and can be a good option for those looking for a temporary change or to enhance their natural hair color.
  4. Logwood: Logwood is a natural dye derived from the heartwood of the logwood tree. It produces dark purplish-blue to black shades and is often used in combination with henna or indigo for desired colors.
It's crucial to keep in mind that natural hair dyes may not provide the same level of color intensity or longevity as chemical-based dyes. Additionally, individual results can vary depending on factors such as hair porosity, starting color, and application technique. It's recommended to perform a patch test and follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer when using any hair dye, natural or otherwise. If you are looking for a specific hair color or have specific hair concerns, it's advisable to consult with a professional hair colorist or stylist to find the best natural hair dye option for you.
  • Which is the No 1 hair colour in world?
It's challenging to determine the "No 1 hair color" in the world as hair color preferences vary greatly among individuals and can change over time. Hair color trends and preferences can be influenced by cultural, regional, and personal factors. What may be popular in one country or region may not be the same in another.
That being said, some of the most commonly used and popular hair colors globally include:
  1. Natural Shades: Natural hair colors like black, brown, and blonde are widely popular and often considered classic choices. These colors can be customized to different tones and shades to suit individual preferences.
  2. Brunette: Brunette hair colors, ranging from light to dark brown, are popular among many individuals worldwide. It is a versatile color that can be adjusted to complement various skin tones.
  3. Blonde: Blonde hair color has always been sought after, and different shades of blonde, such as platinum, golden, and honey, have their own appeal. Blonde hair is particularly popular in countries with a large Caucasian population.
  4. Red: Red hair color, whether it's a vibrant fiery red or a more subdued auburn shade, is another popular choice for individuals seeking a distinctive and eye-catching look.
It's important to note that hair color preferences can change over time and are highly subjective. What may be considered the most popular or "No 1" hair color can vary based on different factors such as current trends, cultural influences, and individual preferences. Ultimately, the best hair color is the one that makes you feel confident and comfortable in your own skin.
  • Which is the No 1 hair dye in India?
The "No 1" hair dye in India can vary depending on factors such as market demand, consumer preferences, and brand reputation.
Some of the well-known hair dye brands in India include:
  1. Godrej Expert Rich Crème: Godrej Expert Rich Crème is a popular hair dye brand known for its affordable pricing and a range of color options. It offers a variety of shades, including natural black, dark brown, burgundy, and more.
  2. L'Oreal Paris Excellence Crème: L'Oreal Paris Excellence Crème is a widely recognized hair dye brand that offers a range of vibrant and long-lasting colors. It is known for its advanced formula that provides coverage for gray hair and offers various shade options.
  3. Garnier Color Naturals: Garnier Color Naturals is a popular brand in India that offers a wide range of hair dye shades. It is known for its natural-looking colors and nourishing properties with ingredients like olive oil and avocado oil.
  4. Streax: Streax is a reputed Indian hair care brand that offers a range of hair color products, including permanent hair dyes and hair colorants. It is known for its vibrant color range and affordable pricing.
  5. Indica: Indica is a well-established hair care brand in India, known for its herbal-based hair dye products. They offer a variety of shades and focus on providing natural and nourishing options.
It's important to note that individual experiences and preferences can vary, and what may be considered the "No 1" hair dye brand can depend on personal factors. It's recommended to consider factors such as hair type, desired color, product ingredients, and consultation with a professional hairstylist before choosing a hair dye brand.
  • What is 7.0 hair dye?
A hair dye with the shade 7.0 typically refers to a medium blonde hair color. The numbering system used in hair dye shades is known as the International Hair Color Level System, which helps categorize different hair colors based on their lightness or darkness.
In this system, the number before the decimal point represents the level of darkness, ranging from 1 (darkest black) to 10 (palest blonde). The number after the decimal point indicates the tone or undertone of the hair color. In the case of 7.0, it represents a medium level of darkness with a neutral tone.
Therefore, a 7.0 hair dye would give you a medium blonde shade without any specific warm or cool undertones. It's important to keep in mind that the exact result can vary based on factors such as your starting hair color, hair type, and the specific brand or formulation of the hair dye used. If you're considering dyeing your hair with a specific shade, it's always advisable to consult with a professional hairstylist for guidance and to achieve the desired results.
  • Which brand hair colour is safe?
There are several hair dye brands that prioritize safety and strive to offer products with minimal chemical ingredients. While no hair dye can be completely free from chemicals, some brands take steps to minimize the use of harsh chemicals and use ingredients that are considered safer for use. Here are a few hair dye brands known for their safety-conscious approach:
  1. Naturtint: Naturtint is a popular brand that offers permanent hair dyes with a focus on natural ingredients. Their formulations are ammonia-free and contain plant-based extracts, antioxidants, and nourishing oils. They also avoid the use of harsh chemicals such as resorcinol and parabens.
  2. Herbatint: Herbatint is another brand that offers a range of permanent hair dyes formulated with natural ingredients. Their dyes are ammonia-free and contain botanical extracts and plant proteins. Herbatint also avoids the use of parabens, alcohol, and fragrance.
  3. Madison Reed: Madison Reed is a brand that offers salon-quality hair dyes formulated without ammonia, resorcinol, and parabens. They use a blend of natural ingredients like keratin, argan oil, and ginseng root extract. Madison Reed also provides detailed ingredient information and encourages transparency.
  4. O&M (Original & Mineral): O&M is a brand known for its clean approach to hair color. They use a low chemical formulation and avoid harsh ingredients like ammonia, resorcinol, and PPD (paraphenylenediamine). O&M focuses on incorporating natural and organic ingredients into their hair dyes.
  5. Tints of Nature: Tints of Nature is a brand that offers a range of permanent hair dyes with a focus on natural and organic ingredients. Their formulas are free from ammonia, resorcinol, and parabens. Tints of Nature also uses a low level of PPD and strives to minimize the use of other potentially harmful chemicals.
It's important to note that individual sensitivities and allergies can vary, and what works for one person may not work for another. It's always advisable to perform a patch test and carefully follow the instructions provided by the brand. Additionally, consulting with a professional hairstylist or colorist can help you choose the safest hair dye option based on your specific needs and hair type.
  • Which is safest hair colour brand in India?
Determining the safest hair color brand in India can be subjective and depend on individual preferences and sensitivities. However, several brands in India are known for their safety-conscious approach and use of milder and less harsh chemical ingredients. Here are a few hair color brands in India that are generally considered to be safer options:
  1. BBLUNT Salon Secret High Shine Crème Hair Colour: BBLUNT is a popular Indian hair care brand that offers a range of hair color products. Their Salon Secret High Shine Crème Hair Colour is ammonia-free and claims to be gentle on the hair. It also contains silk proteins and argan oil for added nourishment.
  2. Streax: Streax is an Indian hair care brand that offers a variety of hair color products. They have a range of ammonia-free hair color options that are formulated to be gentle on the hair and scalp. Streax also focuses on providing long-lasting color and shine.
  3. Indus Valley Botanical Hair Colour: Indus Valley is an Indian brand that specializes in natural and organic hair care products. Their Botanical Hair Colour range is free from ammonia, PPD, and other harsh chemicals. It uses natural botanical extracts and herbs for coloration and claims to be gentle on the hair and scalp.
  4. Vegetal Safe Color: Vegetal Safe Color is a natural hair color brand in India that uses Ayurvedic herbs and plant extracts for hair coloration. Their products are free from ammonia, PPD, and other harmful chemicals. Vegetal Safe Color focuses on providing safe and natural alternatives for hair color.
It's important to carefully read the ingredient list and instructions provided by the brand to determine if a hair color product meets your specific safety requirements. Conducting a patch test before applying the hair color is also recommended to check for any potential allergies or sensitivities. Additionally, consulting with a professional hair colorist or dermatologist can provide personalized advice and recommendations for the safest hair color option based on your hair type and specific needs.
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2023.06.07 11:20 StrikingCourage3768 Everything you need to know about chemical peels

What are chemical peels?

A chemical peel is a procedure in which a mild chemical solution is applied to the topmost layer of the skin. It visibly reduces fine lines and wrinkles. Specific concentrations of carefully formulated chemical peels are used based on your skin type. These peels are generally plant-based extracts that exfoliate the dead skin layer of the skin; it removes dirt and clear clogged pores, dead skin, and excess oil from the pores. Once this layer of the skin is removed the skin that is regenerated is smoother, brighter, and less wrinkled than the old skin. This procedure also effectively clears mild to moderate acne.

Why do you need chemical peels?

Chemical peels are used to treat certain skin conditions but in general, they can be used to improve the appearance, texture, and tone of the skin.

The process of chemical peel treatment

The first step in the chemical peel treatment is to clean the face with a cleanser after which petroleum jelly is applied to the most sensitive areas of the skin to protect and prevent any irritation in these areas. After this, a peel (depending on your skin concern) is applied. Depending on the peel you might experience irritation. After this, a neutralizing solution is applied to remove the peel. The post-treatment care includes applying sunscreen to protect your skin from any kind of sun damage.
Recovery time after applying the chemical peel will vary depending on the type and strength of the peel that has been used. Immediately after the skin may feel tight and it may turn red. The use of gentle cleansers, moisturizers, and sunscreen is very important. Sun exposure should be avoided when the skin is peeling. The chemical peel treatment stings depending on the type of chemical peel that has been used. Light peels usually involve lactic acid and fruit acids and they cause some redness, irritation, stinging, and crusting of the skin; all of this will eventually give way to clean, smooth and glowing skin.
Before getting a chemical peel please consult an expert to treat any skin conditions. It is important to educate yourself before going for any kind of treatment. The results of a superficial chemical peel can last up to a year if maintained with good skincare products and sunscreen whereas the results of deep peels can last for a few years!
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2023.06.07 00:46 GardenTypical966 What should I do before and after a glow facial to improve the results?

What should I do before and after a glow facial to improve the results?
The best glow facial chicago is an excellent option to improve the appearance of your skin, giving it a radiant glow and smooth texture. To make sure you get the best possible results, it's important to take a few steps before and after treatment. Here's a guide on what to do in both phases.
Before the glow facial treatment
Advice before and after treatment.
Consult with a professional: Before undergoing any facial treatment, it is essential that you consult with an aesthetic professional. They will assess your skin type and determine if you are a suitable candidate for a glow facial treatment. They will also be able to recommend products and care specific to your skin.
Prepare your skin: A few days before your treatment, be sure to maintain a proper skin care routine. Cleanse your face twice a day with a gentle cleanser and apply a moisturizer suitable for your skin type. Avoid using exfoliating or abrasive products, as they can irritate the skin prior to treatment.
Sun protection: Don't forget to apply sunscreen every day, even before your facial. Sun protection is crucial to avoid skin damage and prolong treatment results.
After the glow facial treatment
Avoid makeup: After treatment, it is advisable to avoid makeup for at least 24 hours. This will allow your skin to breathe and recover properly. If you need to apply makeup, be sure to choose products that are non-comedogenic and gentle on the skin.
Moisturizing: After treatment, it is essential to keep your skin well hydrated. Apply a mild, unscented moisturizer to help restore moisture lost during the procedure. Drinking enough water is also important to keep the skin hydrated from the inside out.
Continued sun protection: After facial treatment, the skin may be more sensitive to sun exposure. Be sure to apply sunscreen with a high protection factor whenever you go outside. This will prevent hyperpigmentation and protect your skin from harmful UV rays.
Follow a skin care routine: To maintain the results of the facial glow in Chicago, it is essential to follow a proper skin care routine. Cleanse your face gently, apply moisturizing products and use sunscreen daily. Consult your aesthetic professional for specific product recommendations and aftercare treatments. If you enjoyed this article, feel free to call us at 312-841-9750 for more information.

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2023.06.07 00:32 sleepinginthecloset Why is my skin texture so rough?

Why is my skin texture so rough?
I don't struggle much with acne, but the texture of my skin hasn't improved since I started a consistent skincare routine.
I rinse and moisturize in the morning with Vanicream moisturizing lotion for sensitive skin, and at night I cleanse with Vanicream gentle facial cleanser, then follow up with the same moisturizer. Cleansing twice a day dries my skin out so I only do it once.
Could it be dehydration? Eczema? Just need new products? Any input is appreciated.
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2023.06.07 00:20 papoose97 Over a year on tretinoin

Over a year on tretinoin
I couldn't figure out how to add pictures to a reply, so I'm posting for my first time.
First pic is Nov 2021, last pic is May 2023. I started tret and all actives Feb 2022. I wanted to share that I had very bad acne. I'm in my 40's and always did, but it really got bad a few years ago. I was only using over the counter approaches. I finally went to a derm again and my derm said I needed several things to combat the various root causes. It seemed like overkill, but it ended up working for me. My skin is so much better with less breakouts now. I also have hormonal acne. I love tret, but alone it may not have solved my problem. You may need additional actives so don't be afraid to see of there's more you can try to get a personalized approach.
This has been my routine for about a year:
AM: SulfaCleanse face wash (rx) or La Roche Posay Gentle Moisturizing Cleanser, Benzaclin (rx), Azelaic Acid(rx), Cerave PM Moisturizer or La Roche Posay Double Repair Moisturizer Matte, Mineral Sunscreen
PM: SulfaCleanse face wash, Winlevi (rx for hormonal acne), tretinoin .05% cream, Cerave PM Moisturizer or La Roche Posay Double Repair Moisturizer
I also took Antibiotics for about 2 months when I first started and it cleared up a lot. I currently do monthly facials (my friend is an esthetician) and we are working on plans to help further reduce my hyperpigmentation. I only do light therapy right now, but will do peels and such once the summer is over.
Don't give up! It took a year for me to see dramatic changes where breakouts were less often, 1 or 2 bumps when they do, and they clear up pretty fast.
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2023.06.06 23:05 kindbat [routine help] dry sensitive skin moving to a very dry climate: what can I add?

My AM routine:
-Oat so simple Krave water based moisturizer
-Radiant primer + serum with peptides by neutrogena
-2% bakuchiol in squalane by BYBI
-Zinc + squalane SPF 30 mineral sunscreen by biossance
My PM routine:
-Vanicream gentle facial cleanser
-Oat so simple Krave moisturizer
-2% bakuchiol in squalane by BYBI
I was thinking about buying pure lanolin and slugging with it each night over the bakuchiol— any thoughts/opinions on this plan? I am moving to a high desert climate that’s incredibly dry. When I’ve visited before, my skin has gotten flaky and red from dryness around my nose and mouth. I’m trying to prevent this from happening and keep my skin happy and healthy.
I use no BHA/AHA/retinoid type actives because my skin is incredibly sensitive and my moisture barrier can’t handle it. I only get the occasional closed comedone or blackhead anyway—I don’t currently struggle with acne.
I can’t use niacinamide as it causes dryness or any products with silicones (dimethicone, siloxane) because that causes cystic acne for me. I’ve also found that any products with arginine cause irritation and acne. Even vitamin c causes irritation. Hyaluronic acid tends to deeply dry out my skin as well, even when applied on damp skin with an occlusive layered over. Fragrance irritates my skin too.
So, I’m searching for a really thick night cream and perhaps a serum to replace the neutrogena. I’d also love sunscreen recs, as biossance just discontinued the one I use. Physical barriers only preferred, tinted is optimal.
Thank you all! (Edited for spelling, list formatting + readability)
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2023.06.06 20:06 Quick-Arm4361 What should I do before and after a glow facial to improve the results?

What should I do before and after a glow facial to improve the results?
A glow facial is an excellent option for improving the appearance of your skin, giving it a radiant glow and smooth texture. To make sure you get the best possible results, it's important to take a few steps before and after the treatment. Here's a guide on what to do at both stages.
Before the glow facial treatment:
Optimize Your Results: Essential Tips Before and After Your Treatment
Consult with a professional: Before undergoing any facial treatment, it is essential that you consult with an aesthetic professional. They will evaluate your skin type and determine if you are a suitable candidate for a glow facial. In addition, they will be able to recommend specific products and care for your skin.
Prepare your skin: A few days before the treatment, be sure to maintain a proper skin care routine. Cleanse your face twice a day with a gentle cleanser and apply a moisturizer suitable for your skin type. Avoid using exfoliating or abrasive products, as they may irritate your skin prior to treatment.
Sun protection: Don't forget to apply sunscreen every day, even before your glow facial. Sun protection is crucial to avoid skin damage and prolong treatment results.
After the glow facial treatment:
Avoid makeup: After treatment, it is advisable to avoid wearing makeup for at least 24 hours. This will allow your skin to breathe and recover properly. If you need to wear makeup, be sure to choose products that are non-comedogenic and gentle on the skin.
Moisturizing: After treatment, it is essential to keep your skin well hydrated. Apply a mild, fragrance-free moisturizer to help restore moisture lost during the procedure. Drinking enough water is also important to keep the skin hydrated from the inside out.
Continued sun protection: After your glow facial, your skin may be more sensitive to sun exposure. Be sure to apply sunscreen with a high protection factor whenever you go outside. This will help prevent hyperpigmentation and protect your skin from harmful UV rays.
Follow a skin care routine: To maintain the results of the glow facial treatment, it is essential to follow a proper skin care routine. Cleanse your face gently, apply moisturizing products and use sunscreen daily. Consult with your aesthetic professional for specific product recommendations and aftercare treatments.
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2023.06.06 20:02 ElenaSunshineMag 11 steps to a healthy lifestyle

11 steps to a healthy lifestyle

Many people are interested in how to preserve beauty and personal effectiveness for many years to come. By making a few changes to your lifestyle, you can increase your energy supply and overall quality of life.
Energy, strength, and resources, it is necessary to replenish, and restore, so that in the evening not to deflate like a balloon. But on the contrary, when you come home, you will nourish your environment with warmth and communication.
11 steps to a healthy lifestyle
1. Drink 1 glass of warm water with lemon on an empty stomach-boiled water and one cup of lemon. This gives an enrichment of the diet with vitamins and trace elements, cleansing the liver, and blood intestines, and benefits the heart due to the content of potassium and magnesium in lemon. 2. Add fiber or bran to the diet. They are sold in supermarkets in the sections of diabetic nutrition. You can not add them to food, but simply eat 2 teaspoons or tablespoons during the day, washed down with water.
It is important to monitor the drinking regime: if there are no difficulties with defecation, then everything is fine. If you have problems with this while taking fiber, you need to increase your water intake. Usually, the diet does not contain the necessary amount of coarse fiber, and the introduction of fiber or bran gives a better intestinal cleansing. 3. To introduce flax seed into the diet, it is also sold in most pharmacies and is often found in supermarkets in the sections of diabetic nutrition. It can be simply chewed 1-2 teaspoons during the day.
Flax has the same property as fiber, that is, it helps to cleanse the intestines due to coarse fibers. In addition, it has an antiparasitic property and enriches the diet with selenium and potassium, polyunsaturated omega–3,6,9 fatty acids, lecithin, and vitamin B.
4. Introduce perga into the diet – this is bee pollen processed with bee enzymes, "bee bread", a fully digestible multivitamin product of natural origin. It is good to eat it in the morning, 1 teaspoon in 20-30 minutes after a glass of lemon water, or during the day, in between meals. It is sold on the market at beekeepers' or in health food stores, as well as in bee products stores. It is a prebiotic (fermentation product), restores the energy balance, contains vitamins E, C, D, K, P, B1, B2; 20 amino acids (glutamic, aspartic, alanine, glycine, tyrosine, lysine, and others); organic and fatty acids; minerals: iron, iodine, cobalt, potassium, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus, manganese, copper, chromium; glucose and fructose; carotenoids; hormone-like substances; enzymes.
5. Introduce green smoothies into the diet — this will take 10-15 minutes of time, a blender. As well as a bunch of greens, water or milk, fruit or dried fruit for the sweetness of the cocktail: the sweetness of the fruit balances the astringency of the greens. Greens are rich in chlorophyll, which is identical in composition to blood, and the blood is saturated with oxygen and magnesium, which is necessary for energy production. 6. Introduce herbal tea into the diet, just drink it instead of regular tea. It is a storehouse of valuable vitamins and micro-and macroelements: vitamins PP, A, C, and B, tannins, saccharides, pectin, chlorophyll, flavonoids, manganese, calcium, iron, potassium, copper, phosphorus, magnesium, coumarins, tannins, triterpenoids. It's also delicious.
7. Balance your diet roughly as follows-50% of your usual food, 50% of vegetables and fruits. Fruits and vegetables contain selenium and folic acid, which promote the production of endorphins, thereby lifting the mood. They contain a lot of water, at the same time quench not only hunger, but also thirst, and are quickly absorbed.
Vitamins and micro-and macronutrients are contained in the most digestible form for the human body. Fruits and vegetables contain fiber, which helps to cleanse the intestines. It also helps to regulate the level of cholesterol in the blood, due to the pectin contained in them. They promote cell renewal due to the antioxidants contained in them, helping to become younger and fresher. They do not need to be cooked, which is very convenient.
8. Visit the sauna once a week. You can add 1-2 drops of essential oil. If you can not visit the sauna, then lie in the bath with sea salt or rub it in the shower. A sauna is a great exercise machine and skin cleanser. It also reduces the level of lactic acid in the body – the main factor of fatigue. And it calms the body and helps it cope with diseases and stress. In addition, the oxygen consumption increases and the heart trains perfectly. Sea salt is a very good scrub, effective in the treatment of many skin diseases, stimulates sweating, accelerates the removal of toxins from the body, and stimulates blood circulation in the upper part of the dermis.
9. Physical activity – walking, walking, running or dancing, cycling, women's gymnastics, yoga, or qigong. In order for the body to remain alive and mobile, it needs to be constantly trained. Constantly! Therefore, it makes sense to find something to do. 10. Body masters – classical massage or author's massage, manual therapy. It is important that this person is charged with health and helping people.
11. Sleep as an indicator of status and performance concerns.
Do you know the feeling of foggy thoughts and a tin head after 4-5 hours of sleep? More than once I noticed the relationship between performance and an increase in the number of hours of sleep. Yes, sleep eats up our time, but sleep leads to a higher level of productivity, gives clarity of thought, and better well-being.
If you have questions about your health and energy level, you can just try to start doing these steps within a month. Tracking the result is important! Awareness of what is happening gives an incentive to continue. And if the body responds well, then it is important not to give up, to continue to do it on an ongoing basis and gradually connect new steps.
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2023.06.06 15:45 Small_Ostrich6445 [Routine Help] Analyze my skincare routine!

I recently decided to up my skin care routine after many years of subpar skin. For the last decade [27f] my skin has been low maintenance but not really "nice". Not dry nor oily, not acne prone but dull and large pores that clog easily. I don't really have blackheads, but absolutely have issues with sebaceous/dirt filled pores around my nose and cheeks.
It's been one full month of about 95% consistency [morning routine always gets done, some Saturday nights I have missed the night routine] and I haven't seen any changes really at all. Please read my breakdown and let me know if I'm missing anything, if I need more time, professional services, or if I'm just doomed to have cloggy looking pores forever lol.
> Burts Bees oil cleanser
> La Rosche Posay gentle non-foaming cream cleanser
> BHA/AHA exfoliation toner by Peachy - NOTE: pores look better after this but only temporary
> Glycolic undereye cream by Mario Bedasceau
> Niacinamide from the Ordinary
> Beija Flor Elasti-cream by Sol De Janerio
> Cetaphil sheer sunscreen
> The same except instead of sunscreen, I do a nighttime cream with retinol by Paulas Choice and a vitamin C under eye cream instead of glycolic.
> Occasionally use a velvet skin elixir 'drink' but I'm not sure the brand, it's a sample size
> Once weekly I use the red chemical peel from the Ordinary.
Everyone says not to extract the oil/filaments, but I don't know how else they would clear up. They're very visible, and while I have no major expectations because I know skincare isn't magic, but they just look so shitty for the amount of effort I've been putting in. As far as technique, I follow the instructions to a T on all of the products. I don't touch my face very much throughout the day and wash my hands frequently anyway!
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2023.06.06 11:08 Otherwise-Major5583 Skincare is an art, a process of nurturing and beautifying the skin.

Skincare is an art, a process of nurturing and beautifying the skin.
It is not only an external manifestation of beauty but also an expression of inner health. Understanding the needs of our skin and taking corresponding care measures can help us achieve a youthful, smooth, and radiant complexion.
Firstly, maintaining skin cleanliness is the foundation of skincare. Cleanse your face daily using gentle facial products to remove impurities and excess oil, allowing the skin to breathe freely and shed dullness. Additionally, using facial cleansers suitable for your skin type can prevent excessive dryness or greasiness.
Secondly, hydration is key to keeping the skin moisturized. Choose moisturizing products such as moisturizers, serums, or masks that are suitable for your skin type. These products can replenish moisture, lock it in, and enhance the skin's elasticity and radiance. Moreover, ensuring an adequate intake of water is also an important factor in maintaining skin hydration.
In addition to cleansing and moisturizing, sun protection should also be considered in skincare routines. UV radiation is one of the main factors causing skin aging and the formation of dark spots. Applying sunscreen daily or using day creams with sun protection factor (SPF) can effectively shield the skin from the harmful effects of UV rays and protect it from sun damage.
Furthermore, diet and lifestyle play a crucial role in skin health. Consuming foods rich in vitamins C and E, zinc, and antioxidants, such as fruits, vegetables, nuts, and fish, can promote skin repair and renewal. Maintaining good sleep quality, reducing stress, and avoiding habits like smoking and excessive alcohol consumption also contribute to overall skin health and beauty.
Lastly, skincare is not merely about pursuing external beauty; it is an act of self-care and love. By understanding the needs of our skin and adopting appropriate skincare methods, we can have a complexion that is vibrant, confident, and naturally beautiful. Remember, consistent skincare habits are essential for achieving healthy and beautiful skin.
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2023.06.06 09:57 Sheideas Hate Your Unwanted Hair And Want To Remove It? 3 Summer Hacks For You!

Hate Your Unwanted Hair And Want To Remove It? 3 Summer Hacks For You!
When summer comes, sleeveless short skirts are on the stage. If you want to be beautiful and outstanding, hair removal is a must for many delicate girls.
If you haven't figured out how to choose hair plucking, hair removal cream, waxing hair removal, and hair removal device, this guide is definitely not to be missed!
From the principle of hair removal to the parameters of product selection, the little fairy has written clearly.
When hair removal is required, one is the hair on the underarms, bikini area, etc., which will be super embarrassing if it is accidentally exposed.
The other is heavy hair, many hairs look black, one white covers all ugliness, and one black ruins everything.

Types of Hair Removal Methods

There are several sorts of hair removal techniques available to suit individual tastes, financial constraints, and time frames for hair-free skin. Here are a few popular methods for hair removal.


Shaving is the process of removing hair from the surface of the skin using a razor or electric shaver.
The results are transient, but the procedure is swift and comparatively painless, and hair regrows within a few days.


Applying heated wax to the skin, letting it attach to the hair, and then removing the wax against the direction of hair development constitutes waxing.
This procedure eliminates hair from the roots, leaving the skin smoother for up to a few weeks.


Depilatory creams or lotions contain chemicals that break down the protein structure of the hair, allowing it to be wiped away or rinsed off.
Depilation provides temporary hair removal, and the results can last longer than shaving, typically for several days.


Epilation involves removing hair from the root using devices called epilators. Epilators use tweezers or rotating discs to grasp and pull out multiple hairs simultaneously.
This method can provide longer-lasting results compared to shaving or depilation, as it takes more time for the hair to regrow.

Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal is a popular method for achieving long-term or permanent hair reduction.
It involves using concentrated beams of laser light to target and damage the hair follicles, inhibiting future hair growth.
Multiple sessions are usually required for optimal results, and laser hair removal is most effective for people with light skin and dark hair.

Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) Hair Removal

While IPL devices employ a wide spectrum of light rather than a single wavelength, they function similarly to laser hair removal equipment.
The light damages the hair follicles and inhibits hair growth by focusing on the pigment there. IPL is another technique for long-lasting or permanent hair removal.


A way of permanently removing hair is electrolysis. Each hair follicle is entered with a tiny needle, and the growth cells therein are destroyed by an electric current.
Electrolysis provides lasting results for all hair and skin types, although it can be time-consuming and may require numerous treatments.


Similar to waxing, sugaring is a natural hair removal technique. It entails applying a gooey paste composed of sugar, lemon juice, and water to the skin and then removing it while removing the hair.
For some people, sugaring is less painful than waxing, making it a useful choice for those with sensitive skin.

The Structure and Function of Hair Follicles

Anagen, catagen, and telogen are the three distinct growth stages that the hair follicle passes through.
Hair follicles are skin cells that make hair grow. The opening of the hair follicle begins on the surface of the skin.
Each hair forms an epidermal depression in the skin called a follicle. Usually, there is hair growth within each follicle.
Hair follicles are composed of connective tissue and epithelium, in addition to the dermal papilla, they also have connective tissue and blood vessels, which are all differentiated from epidermal cells.
Generally, people cannot grow new hair follicles. All hair follicles are born with a person and stay with the person for a lifetime.
After the hair follicle dies, it cannot regenerate. The hair follicle is connected to the sebaceous duct, which can transport the secretion of the sebaceous gland to the surface of the skin for discharge.

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