Did I really just spend 89$ on skincare? Yes, I did! It hit me, that I spend so much time on looking good, spending an hour applying make up almost everyday. But not taking care of my skin and I feel so stupid now when I think about it. So for 2017 lmao, halfway through the year. I promised myself to take good care of my skin.
I have been the worst, at taking care of my skin the last couple of years. Normally after a long day of wearing make up, I usually use my coconut oil or just a regular Nivea soap to cleanse. And that’s the worst, that I can do to my face, but in my mind I never thought it would be that big of a deal. For one, I always moisturize my face with coconut oil. So I thought, that would help my skin go back to it’s “normal” state. I have always heard and been told how good coconut oil is, but I have realized that’s to a certain extent.
Last week I treated my friend Ayse and I with a facial treatment, here in Copenhagen. We got a really good treatment, mainly focused on going deep and rinsing our poors. Which I personally felt like I needed. Which I found out wasn’t the case with my skin. I had a good conversation with the cosmetologist about my skin. She told me that I basically have good skin, but I had small dry patches/dots from washing my face with soap.
With that said, I finally made myself purchase these two Ph Formula products. The E.X.F.O cleanse is for rinsing, after wearing make up and it can also be used as a face mask. The other product, the P.O.S.T recovery cream is a moisturizer, to keep the skin fresh throughout the day.
She used these products before and after the treatment and my skin felt so AMAZING. I had a hard time not touching my face. It felt so clean and fresh. So I would definitely recommend spending your money on some good products when it comes to your skin. If you don’t know how to treat your skin, going to the cosmetologist is worth spending money on. Besides giving you a facial treatment, they can also tell you how you should treat your type of skin.
Au Revoir, peepz!