I have tried EVERYTHING. From Proactiv, to Zeno, to All Natural stuff like Avocado oil and Argan oil. It’s a special little annoyance to be cursed with both SUPER dry and acne prone skin… and sensitive skin on top of that. You’d think that only people with oily skin get acne… but noo… My forehead is breaking out while the skin around my nose and cheeks are flaking. What? Ehhh, enough of my rant. If there was any way I could get paid to endorse this product straight from the company, I would do it. It’s one of those cosmetic products where I’m FINALLY satisfied to the point where I will never have to look for another product again.
You’re welcome in advance. It’s Patricia Wexler M.D.’s (she’s a dermatologist!)MMPi Skin Regenerating Serum- Professional Strength.
Click on the picture below if you want to purchase it through Amazon. OMG. I can’t believe it’s only $54 dollars through Amazon! At the mall at Bath and Body Works, you have to pay $150!
I also highly recommend her Universal Anti-Aging Cleanser with skin regenerating MMPi technology. It has skin softening olive oil in it and it seriously does what it says it will do: deep cleans without over drying and gently removes eye makeup.
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I originally bought the entire acne starter kit. Don’t waste your time. I find the acne scrub to be too drying and having extremely dry, oh yeah, and sensitive skin, didn’t help. The anti-aging serum was also too much for my sensitive skin, and the SPF lotion in the kit was great, but after I ran out, I switched back to Aveeno and didn’t notice a difference, so I would save your money. Same thing with the spot treatment. I didn’t notice any big wow factor in using it.
The biggest thing that I’m impressed with is that my skin no longer flakes, and these two products seriously seriously have kept me from breaking out. I think I’ve only had one major pimple since using it. That’s huge for me since I was used to always having at least one pimple after the other to deal with on a regular basis.
I know that statistics say that women spend billions of dollars on the cosmetics industry. But in our defense, if products would ACTUALLY do what they say they will, we wouldn’t be spending so much! AND we wouldn’t have a s**tload of products under our bathroom sink, abandoned because they don’t work, and still containing half the product. Ehhh…