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I discovered this brand as one does while scrolling through my Instagram feed and after looking at the reviews and the website I decided to try one of their products. Because my main skin issues are active acne and hyperpigmentation I decided to start with the spot eradicator mask. The main active ingredient in the mask is glycolic acid and activated charcoal which should work well on active acne.

Glycolic acid is useful in dealing with skin pigmentation so is helpful for my acne scars and skin discolouration. In addition the activated charcoal and tea tree oil also help with dealing with active acne.

 

 

How To Use

The actual mask is dark grey in colour and has a pudding (custard) like consistency, which allows it to be spread evenly across my face. I generally used the mask twice a week, after spreading it thinly on my face I let it dry and sit on my face for 20 minutes or more. Make sure you shake the tube before application as its got a runny consistency and may separate slightly, so shake it up first.

 

Results

I absolutely love the product, it does what is says. When I have had active spots after using the product the acne reduces significantly and disappears within a day. It has also helped with some off my texture and pigmentation issues. Despite the size of the tube I have had mine for over 2 months and have used it pretty consistently and I am yet to put in dent in the tube. The mask also helped in lightening some of my post acne hyperpigmentation which were pretty dark and although they have not completely disappeared they are less visible.


AT A GLANCE

Cost – N10, 000/60mls

Pros

  • Affordable
  • Is effective for active acne
  • No irritation and is suitable for sensitive skin
  • Quick delivery
  • Easily accessible (the brand is active on Instagram and very responsive)

Cons

  • A bit runny, so ensure that you shake before each use
  • Must use a sunscreen

Who it is for – For people with active acne and hyperpigmentation

Rating –  4/5 it is a very effective mask and one I will keep on rotation as part of my skincare routine

Where to buy –  www.ormaskincare.com

Alternatives

  •  NIP+FAB Glycolic Instant Fix Mask – Glycolic fix
  • StriVectin Advanced Acid Glycolic Skin Reset Mask
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Everyone has good skin days (I hope) and everyone has bad skin days (except Beyonce, but you knew that already). I think the key to great skin is knowing what to do to pull your skin back from the edge when it’s acting up. Like, tried, tested, and true steps to restore normalcy. There’s nothing worse than trying different things and not knowing what will work and when it will while your skin gets progressively worse. That said, please visit a dermatologist if your skin condition is not improving after you’ve tried what you believe to be helpful.

I have combination/ oily/ sensitive skin and I have experienced it all – white heads, black heads, irritated skin – everything.

But over the years, in the course of building my regimen and trying several products and methods, I think I’ve found a few ways and products to get to a point where I can say I am happy with my skin. And when a flare up does occur, I know what to do or what can help. Great skin can be the default, not the exception!

 

La Roche Posay Toleriane Dermo Cleanser

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This is sensitive skin gold! It’s a cleanser but I use this as a cleanser, as a mask, and as a treatment. Whenever my skin feels irritated, the first thing I do is pare down my regimen to the basics. About three products make it and this is top of the list.

This calms any itchiness or redness and restores calmness to my skin so I can focus on other treatments. La Roche Posay describes this as for ‘all types of intolerant skin’ and it couldn’t be more accurate. It also has a lot of slip so I’ll occasionally use this when I want to give myself a face massage – rub it on, massage, and then wipe off with a warm flannel.

 

Simple Kind to Skin Hydrating Light Moisturiser

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This is one of my favourite moisturisers especially when my skin just wants to breathe. It contains no artificial fragrance, is really light, and dispenses just the right amount of moisture. It’s tempting to stop all things skin care when your skin is acting up because you don’t know what the culprit might be. This gives all the moisture with none of the aggravation.

 

Clarins Lotus Face Treatment Oil

The second I feel a spot forming, I use this oil. It drastically reduces the size of whatever was brewing and calms my skin. You know how you apply some acne treatments and they seal whatever was forming below your skin, and then you’re stuck with a big bump that refuses to come to a head and some dry skin on top? Not this treatment. In addition to helping with spots, it’s also good for my pores and the overall appearance of my skin. I can’t remember where I read it but someone once said they were going back to the pro brands. Sometimes, there’s a reason why they’ve lasted this long and still have a huge following. Clarins is a great example of a great pro brand. This oil is perfect for oily/ combination skin which is more break out prone. If I look back and try to pinpoint where exactly my skin changed for the better, I think it might be when I incorporated this oil into my routine. It’s not an oily oil so it’s just perfect for my skin type. I once tried Sunday Riley’s Flora (back when it was called Isis) and as much as I loved it, I had to admit it was too rich for my oily skin. The Lotus oil is quite a light and absorbent oil. Forever repurchasing!

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Diet

Whatever you eat or drink reflects on your face, period. Good skin starts with a healthy gut. Incorporating more vegetables, eating fresh, drinking more water, drinking less alcohol, avoiding sugar and processed food, and taking my vitamin supplements and probiotics regularly have all contributed to a positive improvement in my skin health. The key is to make it a lifestyle not a one-off thing.

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Our Beauty Discount Week is in full-swing and  the discount vouchers are being swiped up literally as the deals are sent out.

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DETAILS

Manicure: Anne Elise Hair & Wigs

Location: 17B John-Vic Igbonuago Street, off Chris Maduike Drive, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos.

Service: ‘Dip’ Manicure

Price: N5,000


BiL READERS GET 20% OFF ‘DIP MANICURES’

As part of our Beauty Discount Week, BiL Readers get 20% off ‘Dip Manicures’ at Anne Elise Salon from today until Monday  24th, September. Simply quote ‘BiL’.

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We’re so excited to launch this campaign created SPECIALLY for our BeautyInLagos readers & subscribers, BEAUTY DISCOUNT WEEK!

We understand September can be an overwhelming month, everyone’s readjusting from the long summer holidays and getting back into the swing of things; not to forget the crazy bills & fees coming at you FAST! This is our own way of easing the process a little, some Beauty Deals might just be what the Doctor ordered.

 

 

Starting next week Monday, 17th September, we will be retailing Discount Vouchers via our BeautyClubNG platform and these vouchers will be used to redeem discounted services at carefully selected Beauty Spots. You can be rest-assured that any Beauty Spots we collaborate with can only ever be the best of the best. Have a look for yourself:

 

THE DEALS

Here is a little sneak peek into some of Beauty Deals we will be running next week:

DISCOUNTED HAIR TREATMENTS AT HAIRITAGE HUB

 

DISCOUNTED MASSAGE + MINI FACIAL AT ORIKI

 

DISCOUNTED CLASSIC / VOLUME LASHES AT THE BEAUTY ATELIER

 

DISCOUNTED EYEBROW GROOMING AT THE LASH LOUNGE

 

DISCOUNTED MAKEOVER SERVICES AT DORANNE BEAUTY

…and lots more!


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