This post came slightly late, but all for a valid reason. I have been very devoted to TheFaceInc’s skincare regime for almost more than 1 month now and I’m still diligently sticking to it, partly because it really helps to tame my skin. My skin is known to have really dry forehead, which leads to clogging due to excessive sebum produced. I’ve also been travelling (namely to Taiwan and bangkok), and I’m surprised my face didn’t go as bad as I thought!
My latest skin condition 😀
If you recall, I was previously sponsored by DRx and no doubt I love their skincare range. As much as the doctors from DRx prescribe the right products suited for your face and skin problems, you’ll be happy to know that TheFaceInc offers exactly the same thing, at a cheaper price since no consultation fee is involved!
An online consultation will be however conducted with a virtual doctor, Dr Rei. You simply answer a few questions online and viola! A full set of skincare range is prescribed for you.
If you think this is not as accurate, I’m pretty sure we ladies know our skins better than anyone would. You can also manually look at their list of products to decide what additional products you would like to add into your regime. For example, I know I have comedone (white head) problems so I requested for an additional blemish control product, which will be explained later on!
We start off with TheFaceInc cleansing milk ($26) to remove any light makeup I have. Since this cleansing milk is really lightweight and milky, I only suggests using this solely if you have light makeup on.
TheFaceInc cleansing gel ($22) on the other hand does a great job in cleansing my skin, I quite like the refreshing scent that comes with it.
After cleansing, it’s of course time for prepping!
I start off with TheFaceInc Toner ($22) to prepare my skin to better absorb what’s coming up next. I usually spray 3-4 pumps on a cotton pad to wipe my whole face.
Then, I use the Blemish Control essence ($58) sparingly on my forehead. Why sparingly is because this product can be really drying, so I only use it at night.
For the whole face including the cheeks, I’ll use the Cell Renewal Gel ($88) and I love love love the texture when spread across my face. It’s very smooth and jelly-like.
At night, I do use TheFaceInc Lightener ($78) on my forehead to reduce any pigmentations left from previous acne attack. It does work, but it definitely takes time to see result. To end everything, I apply a coat of Rejuvenate moisturiser ($48) which is very similar to DRx’s hydrator.
For protection, I had TheFaceInc’s tinted sunscreen ($48) which comes with SPF50+ function, awesome!
You should hop by http://thefaceinc.com/ to try out their FREE online dermatologist consultation with Dr Rei! From there you can then decide if you’re interested to try out their products 😉 I am not kidding you, these products act almost the same as our highly raved DRx Clinic by many bloggers, and they are so much cheaper. Here’s speaking from a person who have tried both brands, trust me.
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