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Updated Review: Pinpoxe Freckle Cream

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Pinpoxe Freckle Cream
Pinpoxe Freckle Cream Jars

I’ve been using this cream on and off. It’s because sometimes I forget. Yeah, I know, that sounds terrible. Haha. So here’s my updated review on Pinpoxe Freckle Cream. Even though I haven’t used it consistently, I have good news. πŸ™‚ It has helped brightened my skin up! Much, much better compared to my Cos De BAHA Serums. I said it. Whenever I use this cream, my complexion looks like it’s glowing. It doesn’t remove freckles, but it does even out the skin tone and fade acne scars. It hasn’t made my skin break out or irritated it. It’s been good. I might go for another jar when I’m done with this one. I still have a lot of product left, so I have time to think about it. Everything has been good using it. I’m happy. 😊

More about Pinpoxe Freckle Cream:

Review: Pinpoxe Freckle Cream

Cos De BAHA Serums:

Cos De BAHA Facial Serums

More Cos De BAHA Serums…

Cos De BAHA Salicylic Acid & Galactomyces Serum

Cos De BAHA Snail Mucin HA Serum + Arbutin, & Eva Naturals Youth Restoring Eye Gel

Update on Cos De BAHA Serums

Review: Cos De BAHA Snail Mucin HA Serum

My Dermarolling Results

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SDara Microneedle Derma Roller

Here are my results after the first day of using the SDara Microneedle Derma Roller!

I woke up this morning and noticed that my skin looked brighter. The texture of my skin appeared smoother and more even-toned. My overall complexion looked really good. Pores looked smaller too. Wow, that’s simply amazing! I’ve always wanted to minimize the size of my large pores. I really liked the results. I’m going to continue to use it once a week (as recommended). Using the dermaroller requires some ‘skin care routine’ downtime afterwards too.

So my skin does feel a little bit more sensitive than usual after dermarolling. Even though I don’t have any redness in my skin, I can feel the sensitivity. There are skin care ingredients to avoid after dermarolling. They are AHAs, BHAs, anything that can irritate the skin. I don’t use BHAs anyways, since they never truly worked me. All it did was dry my skin out with poor results. I won’t be able to use my AHA+ lotion for a few days. Also, BP.

Here are the skin care products I’m using until then.

I’m sticking to skin care products like Vitamin C and anything with Hyaluronic Acid in it. Anything moisturizing that calms the skin down. Some people say to avoid retinol. My retinol serum doesn’t irritate my skin. It’s not a perscription cream/gel. I use it. I know that looks like a lot of skin care products, but my routine goes by very quick. I only need a few drops of each serum and gently press them into my skin. It feels like I have nothing on afterwards, since they sink into the skin soooo well! They are all hydrating. Also, last but not least, I use a sheet mask. Last night, I used Herbal Infusion Rosehip Seed Extract Sheet Mask. πŸ™‚

If you’re thinking about microneedling at home, go for it. I like what I’m seeing. Just make sure to follow the instructions.

UPDATE 01-08-20:

Here’s an update on my Dermarolling experience. Surprisingly, my skin is back to normal. This is an ‘at-home’ treatment, so it’s not going to be similar to a ‘professional treatment’. I was able to use BP again the next day but at night. I was able to use the AHA+ lotion after skipping a day, so that wasn’t too bad. But, I am thinking about using the dermaroller 2x a week instead of once a week, since my skin recovered this quick. And I’m really liking what it’s doing to my skin. This is going to be very beneficial for my acne scars. I’m going to try it out and see how it goes. I’ll make an update when it happens. πŸ™‚

Day 1: First Night of Using Microneedle Derma Roller

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