Skin Care: Anti-Acne Products to Try


There are so many products out in the market to try if you have pimple or acne problems. But because there are so many of them, it's just so difficult to choose which one to try. And if you're like me who has a very sensitive skin when it comes to trying out products, consider what wegoteverythingph.com has to offer because they carry mostly Korean products and other Asian products.

Here's part 2 (sort of) of products to try if you want to remove pimples. You can read my first post and see more anti-acne products here though.



I've always been on the look out for a toner that would help me remove my pimple marks and its redness. And this miracle toner makes me curious.

This anti-acne toner contains AHA, BHA and PHA which work as an effective exfoliator to leave skin clearer, smoother and more radiant than before. It's suitable for sensitive, dry skin, and oily skin as it helps repair damaged skin.

One bottle is good for 2-3 months according to the shop.

Here are the benefits and effects when you use this product:

 - No dead skin cells
- Skin Exfoliation without irritation
- Approved by KFDA
- For sensitive skin
- Hydration
- Pore tightening
- Brighter skin tone
- No blackheads and whiteheads

HOW TO USE:

After cleansing, use cotton pads and apply the toner on your face (and neck).



Here's a product to eliminate melasma, hyperpigmentation, dark spots and acne! This Ancient Ampoule can solve a lot of common skin issues!

It's a famous medicinal ampoule in Korea. It's very effective in treating melasma and hyperpigmentation, it lightens dark spots and pimple marks, and it itreats acne-prone and irritated skin.

If what I'm using now will not be effective, I will definitely try this one next! Will actually read and watch reviews about this.

One bottle is good for one month use.

HOW TO USE:

1. Cleanse face
2. After cleansing, take 4-5 drops of Elujai Propolis Myrrh Ampoule to your palm.
3. Rub and gently pat to your face.








The BB cream deep cleansing foam removes small dead skin cells and impurities from pores with fine baking powder as primary cleansing and cleanses away stubborn dead skin cells and adhering BB cream with plant-derived rice bran powder as secondary cleansing.

To be honest, I use baking powder on my skin. So I'm pretty sure this cleansing foam by Etude House is effective.

HOW TO USE:

1. Wet face and dispense small amount onto hands.
2. Lather and apply foam to face and gently massage entire area.
3. Wash and rinse thoroughly with lukewarm water.



Aside from its very cute packaging, this cream is a facial moisturizer infused with bamboo extracts and niacinamide to hydrate and brighten dull skin. It reduces the appearance of dull skin, redness, and dark spots by naturally brightening the complexion. It has a light and creamy texture and it leaves the skin feeling pampered and renewed. It has an airy floral scent which is relaxing and soothing all day long.

HOW TO USE:

1. You can use this as the last step to your skin care. Just apply an adequate amount to skin.
2. If worn as a primer, apply underneath base makeup to color-correct dull and uneven skin tone.


Take note that the effectiveness of the product will really depend on how your skin will react to it. So do your part and research about the product before you buy because that's the least you can do before really trying it out.

May we all find the product that will suit our skins!






Disclosure: This is a sponsored post for WeGotEverythingPH. However, as per usual, all thoughts and opinions are mine.



RaeAbigael

Rae Abigael J. Caacbay is a young creative who went through a quarter life crisis by the end of 2016. Though she's still lost, she keeps on moving forward anyway as a ballerina, visual artist, lifestyle blogger, and a BS Interior Design graduate based in the Philippines.

3 comments:

  1. Interesting post my dear, thank you for sharing :-)

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  2. Panda's night cream looks great. I want to try it soon.
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  3. I'll have to look into these. I've been dealing with acne flare ups for so long!

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