on Jun 18, 2010 @ 10:37 am|
Wondering if anyone here has tried or uses ANEW CLINICAL Advanced Retexturizing Peel from Avon...?
I've heard it's good on acne scars, makes pores look smaller and that it helps with acne.
I'm considering trying it cause I stopped using Proactiv and been breaking out a bit. Read some reviews too that it's good for sensitive skin and it's not drying.
Another thing I'm curious about is lemon for acne scars. I've heard a lot that it is pretty effective on acne scars but also someone told me that it's not a good idea. I've used it before with honey and sour cream as a mask, a home remedy I saw online.
-Good to heal, exfoliate, brightens and moisturizes skin. It refines pores, fades acne marks & prevents blemishes from coming up.
Any thoughts on the lemon...?
|ANEW CLINICAL Advanced Retexturizing Peel on Jul 05, 2012 @ 12:09 am|
Not sure if you ended up trying the Anew Clinical Advanced Retexturizing Peel...but I was leaving a review on them and noticed your query and thought I'd leave a reply just in case! I have been using the pads for about 3 months now...and I absolutely LOVE them! I have noticed a drastic changed in my skin - I've always had problems with large pores and acne scarring - small bumps and marks. I've noticed that my pores have improved quite a bit - I still have some around my nose and cheeks...but not nearly as big as before. Also, my face feels and looks much smoother - the skin is glowing and the bumps are gone. The marks are slowly fading - however, I've been using a no marks cream, so, I'm not entirely sure if I can attribute it to the peel or the cream.
With regards to your question on using lemons - I've done that, as well...and have had no problems - I've only ever read and heard great things about using fresh lemons on your skin. The only con I can think of is the slight burning/tingling sensation you get from it (especially if one has sensitive skin)...but that only lasts a couple of minutes (totally worth it for the results imo)!
Hope that helps!