Cos De BAHA Facial Serums
Oct. 26, 2019Leave a comment
I purchased face serums a little over two weeks ago. I’ve been using them for 2.5 weeks. Moving onto 3 weeks (next week). The reason why I bought them is because Differin wasn’t doing much for my skin. Read more about my Differin experience here.
Differin Week 1 Results
Differin Week 2 Results
Differin 1 Month Results
I will make a 2 month update on Differin when it’s time, so stay tuned for that. Since I’ve used these serums for 2.5 weeks, here are my thoughts on them.
Cos De BAHA Azelaic Acid 10 Serum (red):
This serum is one of my favorites out of the three. It simply works. But…it takes time for it to work (worth it). It’s only been 2.5 weeks. I saw results within the first week. I continued to see results. There is an initial breakout stage. I am still going through it, but my skin has definitely improved within the 2.5 weeks of using it. I can’t wait until I reach at least 2-3 months to see full results. This azelaic acid serum has been treating my clogged pores very well compared to using Differin. 🙂
Cos De BAHA Niacinamide 10 Serum (green):
This serum feels sticky to touch, but it moisturizes the skin nicely. I have noticed a brighter complexion overall since I’ve included this in my skin care routine. I will continue to use it.
Cos De BAHA Vitamin C 15 Serum (orange):
This serum beats my other Vitamin C serum — Simplified Skin Vitamin C Serum. It actually brightened my complexion and is helping with post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Just like the Niacinamide serum, I will continue to use it. Both serums are good at fading acne scars and brightening the skin.
Those are my thoughts on all three serums so far. My experience has been good. I just can’t wait to see a huge transformation (hopefully) in the next months. :] Stick around for an update in another month or two.
Have you used Cos De BAHA Azelaic Acid, Niacinamide, or Vitamin C serums? Leave a comment.
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