Do you mind sharing your knowledge here on the boards?That is not true....you have to find the right ingredients for your skin type and condition. Are you educated on such matters? I have a degree and I use to have sever acne...after searching for the right producted and being educated on what I need to do, I saw results.
What's your title? Are you a Derm or Esthetician or???? It's good to know we can get professional advice and input from the source. Thank you!If any of you have questions, I am a professional. There are a lot of great people on here with great advice. If you are looking for a professional opion, just ask!
Awwww....cool, thank you for sharingI am an esthetician!
Trained & Certified in skincare. Sorry so sweet and to the point, she can probably define it better or in more depth.whats an esthetician?
Olive oil also helps dry out a pimple. I get a pimple or two around my menstrual cycle and it always works.vitamin e oil can help with pimples because it heals the skin. I wouldn't say it gets rid of them but it can help to heal the lesion. tea tree oil is good to put on comodones because it dries and has healing properities. there is a lot of debate on where or not vitimin e is even effecient at all, i personally believe in it, but my instructor in school has her doubts based off of research she has come across.