Jul 12, 2012
I have oily skin prone to bad acne and blackheads. Bad thing is that a lot of skin care products like neutrogena, and clean & clear(?) make my skin breakout more and they don't do the job, so I have to stick to natural skin care products. Right now I just use African black soap and witch hazel, but I'm in need of changing my skin care routine + products.
Jul 21, 2012
Go for all natural things. Try Sister's Keeper Products Sisterskeeper.biz. Keep using the black soap (they also have it) . And as a moisturizer use their Dip.
I used to think my skin was acne prone and oily, but I went to go get a microderm abrasion, and my esthetician told me differently. Sometimes with skin that is prone to break outs, it is more sensitive than anything else. So she took off the layer of dead skin on my face that was trapping all of that stuff in and gave me a cleanser for sensitive skin. It's by Malibu. I would definitely try their facial cleanser and sensitive skin moisturizer. I feel like a salesperson making a pitch bu going on about this, but I swear it works. I go in to get a microderm every two months and my skin looks amazing. Also, if you don't want to shell out $30 for a treatment, try mixing apple cider vinegar, honey, olive oil, and sugar to make a scrub. It smells really funky, but it will help get rid of your blackheads too. Hope it helps!
Jul 23, 2012
I have been using black soap and Natural Shea butter for my dry skin it works to clear acne and the shea combats the dryness from the soap. My skin is dry but I havent had any problems these are all natural no chemicals or words we cant pronounce simply natural is what I would say google forunaturally on Etsy
Sep 20, 2012
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