InstaSkincare Retinol Serum
May. 31, 2020Leave a comment
I’m bringing this retinol serum back into my skincare routine. I talked about it before…
>>> Anti-Aging Skin Care Products Review
The reason why I’m bringing it back is because the Cos De BAHA Retinol Serum has been *shrugs*. I thought I would give this one another chance. It didn’t break my skin out as I can recall. After using the Cos De BAHA Retinol Serum + other serums. The InstaSkinCare Retinol Serum is actually less sticky than the Cos De BAHA Serums! It also comes in a larger bottle too (2 oz vs 1 oz).
Here are the product claims:
- Gives the skin a healthy glow
- Improves skin texture and reduces dark spots by speeding up skin cell turnover
- Fights wrinkles and fine lines
- Reduces pigmentation
- Potent strength acne formula
- Reduces blackheads and whiteheads
- Minimizes pores
Those are basic claims of any retinol skin care product. I’ve only used the InstaSkincare Retinol Serum twice. Since retinol should only be used at night, I’m going to alternate between BP and my nighttime skin care products to take advantage of the benefits of retinol. In the meantime, check out my last update on my ‘clear skin journey’.
Clear Skin Journey: 6 Months + 2 Weeks!
More updates to come on my skin care routine + my new skin care products! ☺☺
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Cos De BAHA MA Peptide Facial Toner + First Impression Review
May. 29, 2020Leave a comment
Hey everyone! I have a new facial toner. Didn’t think I would pick up a new one this soon…but I’ve been pondering about it for some time. Pixi facial toners (Retinol and Glycolic) has done nothing for my skin. I haven’t seen extraordinary results from them. Sooooo that is why I’m here with a new facial toner. This one is from Cos De BAHA. It’s called MA Peptide Facial Toner. What does it do or what is it used for??
- Pure Hyaluronic Acid
- Matrixyl 3000 Genuine Peptide
- Argireline Genuine Peptide
- Oil-Free Hydrating Boosting Toner
- Alcohol Free Mild Moisturizing Toner
- Thicker texture than general watery toner
- The first step to effective skin care
- Skin elasticity
- Intensive hydration
- Fine lines and wrinkles
I’ve used this facial toner for 4 days. This is a different kind of facial toner. It states on the bottle that it’s a ‘thicker texture than general watery toner’. That’s exactly what it is. It has a serum/gel texture rather than a liquid-like texture to it. The instructions states that you can use a cotton pad to apply the toner, or you can dispense the product into your palm and apply it to your skin. I tried both ways. The latter worked better for me. This facial toner is very hydrating and more light-weight compared to the Cos De Baha Serums (if you have used them before). It absorbs into the skin very well and leaves my skin feeling moisturized and refreshed. So far, I’m really liking it. I feel that it has softened my skin and made it feel smoother. I’ll have to use it much longer to see if it has any effects on fine lines and wrinkles. My skin has not broken out from it after 4 days of using it. I’ll make an update very soon. Stick around for that! 😊
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