These are some products that have really worked for my Mom and I.
1). Yuka Clothing Inc: “Wrinkle Attack” Miracle Facial Cream Wand
*Currently being sold on Groupon*
I finally received this in the mail today and I tried it on my Mom. The effects were amazing. It took five minutes and the wrinkles around her mouth disappeared and the bags under her eyes are more smooth.
2). DRMTLGY “Needle-ess Serum”:
This product really helps with deeper fine lines. It is expensive, so I haven’t been using it on her every night, but I got another bottle of it because it was on sale, so I am going to make a point to apply it every night. The results will be revealed in Part Three of this series.
If you are a teenager, your sebaceous glands are probably running wild. My daughter will soon be 14 and started getting acne at 12. She doesn’t get any major breakouts, but she does get a lot of spots here and there, especially on her chin. I think that I have relatives with acne problems and she may have inherited it. It isn’t the end of the world, and it doesn’t seem to bother my kid, but I don’t think there’s anything wrong with wanting my kid to look her best. Plus, getting involved and creating her skin care routine is a fun bonding activity.
While she does have acne, she doesn’t seem to be oily or dry at all, so I suppose her complexion would be considered normal with acne.
I use Bioderma to clean her face, witch hazel for disinfecting, salicylic acid pads (once or twice a week depending on how her skin is), and generic Retin-A for her breakouts. I have not been keeping up with this routine lately because I wanted to give her skin a break to see what is and is not working. I think I will try washing her face, using witch hazel, and apply Retin-A and see what the does in a week and get back to you. I might add something to help her acne scaring as well.