Sometime during the earlier part of the week’s challenge…
I will forever remember last week as the week when I found out how much E takes my beauty blogging hobby seriously. He kept checking how my face is doing. Haha.
After 7 days, I didn’t experience significant change spots-wise, but skin texture-wise, oh… my… goodness… My skin looked smoother, my pores seem blurred, and my fine lines seem diffused. My skin got the most compliments it’s gotten in 29.75 years.
Wish my skin could look like this forever.
The serum and the mask didn’t make my skin lighter. I didn’t put the serum on my neck. If you check the photo below, my face and neck are still the same shade save for the PIE on my cheeks.
I don’t care much for skin lightening. What matters to me is what the product did to my forehead after it suffered pimple apocalypse earlier this week. Look how the pimples didn’t leave any evidence of existence. There’s few very light marks here in there, but they’re neglible.
If the serum and mask were within my price tolerance, I would repurchase. Currently, the 19g tube is far from empty. I wonder how long it would take to finish it.
I can’t say much as to how it would work for freckles and age spots, but with old pimple marks, 7 days wasn’t enough to fade them. With fresh pimples, the product works as a good hyper-pigmentation prevention product.