I've been on a huge skincare kick lately, and have been trying a lot of new products. Here's three that i've tried in the month of February.
While I don't have major struggles with acne (at the moment) I still have some issues with leftover marks from acne and have been searching for products that will help correct without breaking the bank. I looked online and the cheapest well rated option was this corrector from the Nuance brand. Within the first few days (I used it both morning and night) I could tell a difference and I definitely noticed my marks fading. It absorbs very nicely into the skin so it's easy to wear under makeup. The one negative thing I experienced is that it made my skin quite dry after using it for a few weeks. Perhaps it was the combination of other products but I had to take a break from using it everyday. I would say if used maybe every other day or just at night instead of morning and night, this product is great.
I've had this product for about a year but I only recently started using it everyday. Last year when I had tried it I didn't see much of a result so I put it to the side and forgot about it for a while. Because i'd finished up all of my other serums I decided to finally go back to this and finish it up before I buy a new serum. I'm going to be honest about this product--i'm indifferent. It's not good and it's not bad. I don't find it does much for my skin. I saw a lot of reviews for this oil on Sephora's website and a lot of people praised it for it's amazing hydration but I don't find its any more hydrating than other oils i've used. It's just OK. Would not repurchase this.
This is one of those products you always see on instagram and wonder if it's really worth the hype. I first tried it last year and felt so-so about it. However, I was not using it consistently (twice a day or at least every night). I began to use it twice a day and that's when I noticed a difference. Skin felt smoother and dry patches began to disappear. It's also very gentle on the skin but works wonders when you actually use it consistently!