I've been telling you that I am in need of a new facial scrub and I still have yet to make a purchase but Sephora has been very gracious by giving me scrub samples. I haven't even asked for them but recently this is what I have been receiving upon checkout. Today for the first time I used the Clinique 7 day creamy scrub which is supposed to remove any flakes or rough patches to reveal beautifully glowing skin. The full size tube will cost you 17.50 which isnt horrible.
Hyperpigmentation is an unpleasant experience for many women. If I burst a pimple incorrectly, I am sure to get a nice dark mark which will take weeks to go away. I was so pleased that my skin had been doing really well for months. Normally my skin isn't horrible but I would get the occasional breakout but the dark spots would take longer to go away. Since I posted on the Booster C which is pure vitamin C by Philosophy, I have been using it daily. I honestly must say that it is responsible for making my hyperpigmented areas clear up much faster. After attempting to pop a pimple, I just knew that area would gets darker and it certainly did. I continued using the booster and it's much lighter than it would have been if I had not been using the product. I think it is cutting my period of hyperpigmentation in half. This is just my observation. The next time I get a dark spot, I will take a photograph and we will track how fast it goes away.
I got my relaxer last Friday and I think it came out well. I will post pics soon. I got a wrap which I haven't had in a long time (years) so it feels weird having my hair so straight. In the morning I generally pop in a few rollers before heading out the door just to give my hair a little bump.
QUESTION- For ladies who use magnetic rollers (if you click the link, the pic of the rollers is at the end) how do you know when it's time to move on to the next roller size? How many rolls is enough to say ok I need to move on to the red, or purple etc? lol
Possible Purchase- I think I need the Caruso steam rollers.