Cos De BAHA Salicylic Acid & Galactomyces Serum
Nov. 15, 2019Leave a comment
Even though I’m not using any serums right now, I have two serums I want to introduce. It’s Cos De BAHA Salicylic Acid BHA 4% Serum and Cos De BAHA 94 Galactomyces Serum.
Cos De BAHA Salicylic Acid BHA 4% Serum
I tried to introduce this salicylic acid in my skin care routine. Each and every time I use it, I broke out. The pimples were not normal. I know salicylic acid can cause breakouts if you’re prone to breakouts, but my experience using this serum was odd. I would get blackheads in random places, which I don’t have issues with. So, I stopped using this serum because of that. It didn’t work for me in the end.
Cos De BAHA 94 Galactomyces Serum
The galactomyces serum is still in my skin care routine. I mentioned in my Differin 2 Month Update Results that I’m not using serums at the moment. I haven’t noticed much of a difference when using this serum. I mean, it does moisturize my skin. I’ll keep using it to see how it goes (when I’m back on the serums).
Check out other posts on Cos De BAHA Serums:
Cos De BAHA Facial Serums
More Cos De BAHA Serums…
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The Ordinary Niacinamide 10% Zinc 1% Serum, Day 1
Nov. 7, 2019Leave a comment
I have a new skin care product. I’ve read so many good reviews on The Ordinary Nicinamide 10% Zinc 1% Serum. I’m currently using Cos De BAHA Niacinamide 10% Serum. It’s been 1 month. I’ve always wanted to try The Ordinary’s. My current Niacinamide did a good job at moisturizing, but it did nothing for my oily skin. Here’s more about this product:
- For normal, oily, combination, dry, sensitive skin
- High-strength vitamin and mineral blemish formula
- With 10% pure niacinamide and 1% zinc PCA
- For oiliness, pores
- Niacinamide (vitamin B3) reduces the appearance of skin blemishes and congestion. 10% concentration of this vitamin is supported in formula by zinc PCA to balance visible aspects of sebum activity
I started using The Ordinary Nicinamide 10% Zinc 1% Serum this morning. As I was dispensing the serum into my palm, I noticed that it looks sticky. Once I applied it to my skin, it absorbed quickly and didn’t leave a sticky feeling behind. I will include this serum with my other serums. I just hope that it doesn’t clog my pores overtime, irritate my skin, or give me a bad breakout. We will see. I don’t want the same thing to happen again (Lily Ana Naturals Vitamin C Serum). It’s a risk to take. Let’s do it and hope for the best!
Have you used The Ordinary Nicinamide 10% Zinc 1% Serum before? Share your thoughts.
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