Saturday, 5 April 2014

Review on Quinoderm10 (skincare/spots)

Hello! It's been a long while since I last blogged, and I apologise to anyone who has noticed. It's just I haven't really been in the mood to just start typing and blog. I don't want to sound like I am complaining, but I really want to enjoy blogging and so I don't really want to make it like a chore. I'm also in my last year at school at the moment, and the exam season is in less than a month away. -I'm kinda stressing out, like everyone is, haha. So yeah, good luck to anyone who is taking their exams soon!

Ok, so I am going to be reviewing this product in this post.
I have been personally using Quinoderm10, for just over a month. And I have to say I am really impressed with it! It's cleared up my spots amazingly, and even when it's the time of the month, I don't even break out that bad. I don't know if that's because of other factors or what, but I am just going to assume it's because of the cream.

It comes in a teensy tube, but as they say, a little goes a long way. This tube has lasted me over a month! It's a white cream, and you are supposed to rub a small amount into the affected area until you can no longer see the cream. I wouldn't recommend putting it on in the morning, because I feel if you are going out that day and wearing make up, then there is no point. So I only usually apply the cream at night, before bed, after I've washed my face or whatever.

On the packaging it says to test a small amount of the cream behind your ear and leave it for 12 hours (or something like that?) This is to see if your skin has a reaction to it. If it does, definitely don't use it! (Obviously, haha) But yeah, in all seriousness I wouldn't recommend it if you have sensitive or dry skin. This is because the cream dries out the skin (and makes the spot smaller and eventually disappear). I have combination to oily skin, so yeah, it seems ok for me. But we're all different, so definitely just try it out first. Before I tried the cream, I read up a lot of reviews, there were a lot of negative ones and some positive ones, so I was really unsure. But I think it really just depends on your skin. However, it seemed to really work for me, so I would recommend this cream!

I believe you can get it from Boots, but I'm sure you can get it anywhere? I think it ranges from £2.50 to £5, but definitely check that up, because I'm not sure.

Hope this was useful to any of you, especially if you're just looking to try something new?


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