I’m starting to think it’s not only the blemishes that are problem, but also sunburned skin… I’ve just been calling both of them the same thing all this time. Maybe I’ll see a dermatologist in the summer. I’ll try using sun lotion more often as well. 4 years ago
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I bought an “ice cleaner for blemish prone skin” today. Whatever that is. Feels like basic face wash but who knows, maybe it will help reduce my blemishes after continuous use. If not, then hey, a face wash is still nice. ;)
I tried Clean&Clear’s blemish treatment gel before but gave up because even though the gel turned invisible when it hardened, people could still see it on my face… Plus, it kind of stung.
I occasionally use foundation/concealer to cover the blemishes up but I don’t think they ever did the job too well. The angle of light shining on my face would always change the amount of redness so that the blemishes would appear and disappear according to the light I’m in. Oh well, took too much time in my busy mornings anyway. 4 years ago