I have the same problem you do and because my skin can be dehydrated I use this product only every three days or so on my entire face, in between days I use it only on my chin where I tend to get more black heads anyway.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
Cleansing is the first step to get rid of dirt, de-congest pores and prevent acne. You need to cleanse properly and treat to see impact.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
A cleanser tends to clean your skin moreso than brighten in my opinion. I love this cleanser, smells like Rosemary oil and it works good on my oily skin and removes the majority of my makeup (I use They're Real mascara which can be a beast to get off). Personally, I would start with a cleanser that meets your skin type needs (oily/combo,etc) and either do a Mask or Exfoliant (or both and rotate) to assist in brightening and your blemishes. For me, those two aspects go hand in hand. Just remember, you may break out initially w/ a Mask/Exfoliant but it should subside once your skin gets used to it.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
I think the face cleanser would work well for you
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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