I've been using Shiseido The Skincare - Early Age Defense and the skincare eye revitalizer for a few years and I am still happy with it.
I have combination skin. My biggest issue is my blackheads. Other than that, my skin is fine. But I am 29 years old now. So I am just wondering if it's necessary to change the products that I am using. If so, what do you recommend?
asked 5 years, 6 months ago
on The Skincare Night Moisture Recharge - Regular
I think if youre having blackheads you just need to exfoliate your skin 1-2 a week. I dont think you need to switch skincare lines. I have definitely tried a lot of skin care products out there from La Mer (allergic reaction) clarins (allergic reaction), boscia (not worth the money-didnt like it at all!), clinique (an okay brand, I wanted more of a luxurious skincare. But it does dry your skin out), the list goes on... but I must say that Sheseido is a really brand to use because it gives you that luxury texture from the products while promoting the healthy skin.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
I've been using Shiseido The Skincare day and night moisturizers for several years now (mid twenties to early thirties), and they both work the same for me now as they did when I first started using them.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
First of all, i can relate on the blackheads..i've had to switch all my products to oil-free..If you are looking for a nice light nighttime moisturizer, this is great..it absorbs fast and provides excellent hydration..and my face is soft and smooth.
If your black heads are a constant battle..here is some advice that has helped me..1. use less moisturizer on your nose,t-zone or "problem" area. (mine is my chin and nose). 2. During the day, make sure anything you use is oil-free (anyone at sephora can show you some great moisturizers..mine is Laura Mercier oil-free tinted moisturizer) 3. Make sure you always user a toner morning or night. 4. If you can,invest in the Clairsonic face scrubber and your problems will almost vanish. It's $200 at Sephora but it's cheaper than Microderm with the same results!
answered 5 years ago
(New York,New York)