Sunday, March 18, 2018
Review: Belli Beauty Anti-Blemish Facial Wash #BelliBeauty #AntiBlemishFacialWash #FacialWash #Acne #Cleanser
(product photo courtesy of www.belliskincare.com)
6.5 fl.oz./191mL $21.99
If you are in need of a great facial wash because you have blemished skin or oily skin, I have a great choice for you. The cleanser you choose should be one of your top priorities because it is the first step in your skincare regimen and it is the item that gets off your makeup, removes impurities from your skin, removes dirt and daily pollution. Cleansing your skin should be a pleasant experience. In Asian countries the cleansing process is the most important process of the skincare regimen. We should also make it the most important process of the regimen. I would advise you to maybe take off your makeup first and then cleanse your skin with the Belli Beauty Anti-Blemish Facial Wash. Especially if you suffer from blemishes and oily skin. This product is a favorite of those struggling with blemishes, sensitive skin, or breakouts from any cause including hormonal changes: puberty, pregnancy, birth control, menopause and menstruation. Belli Beauty is a line that was started for pregnant women. It naturally grew to include every woman and has products for every woman and pregnant women too.
Why you ask? Because having leftover makeup and dead skin cells can clog the pores and cause more blemishes. I have removed my makeup with makeup cleansing wipes before and some of them leave so much makeup left on the skin that you really do need to do another round of cleansing to get rid of any residue left on the skin, but this cleanser contains lactic acid, green tea extract, cucumber extract and lemon peel oil to help banish blemishes from the skin. Lactic acid (which is naturally found in the body and is also found in milk) gently and effectively cleanses and exfoliates acne prone skin. Green tea extract and cucumber extract are rich in anti-oxidants, which prevent aging and also help to soothe the skin. Lemon peel oil is a natural anti-bacterial agent and skin brightener, so it helps get rid of skin discolorations and old acne scars. This cleanser is free of the following: salicylic acid, glycolic acid, and benzoyl peroxide. All are common acne fighting ingredients that can result in over-drying skin and causing irritation. They should also be avoided during pregnancy. Here is an article about acne and how to achieve clear skin during pregancy: https://bit.ly/3fvliRV
One Multi-Tasking Trick that you can do is to leave the Belli Beauty Anti-Blemish Facial Wash on as a mask. Apply a thin layer to facial skin and leave on for 5 minutes then wash off. Skin will be glowing and feel fresh and soft.
I am going to be 47 next month and I still suffer from blemishes at times. Usually on my chin, which means they are hormonal acne. But I use the facial wash all over my face and it does not dry out my skin. That is how gentle it is. It is not over drying to the skin. In fact, I feel this is the only acne wash I have ever used that does not dry out the skin. My skin is normal to dry in the winter and combination in the summer. I will definitely keep using this cleanser because it helps to clear up blemishes, decongest skin and soothe irritated skin.
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Until Next Time~
(This item was sent for consideration)
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