1. Acne Patches
The secret’s out! I don’t like acne patches.
You have to leave them on forever, they look kind of ridiculous and can actually make your acne WORSE.
So, what should you use instead?
- Charcoal Masks ‑ Charcoal‑based masks, like my 3‑in‑1 Detox Mask, absorb oils and impurities from the skin.
- Salicylic Acid ‑ Spot treat or use it all over to prevent breakouts. My Triple Action Acne pads are great for this and also contain Glycolic Acid and Lactic Acid.
- Sulfur Solution ‑ Great for more sensitive or rosacea prone skin types. Just dab it on for quick relief from blemishes. If you’ve never used a sulfur treatment, try out my Overnight Spot Treatment.
- Benzoyl Peroxide ‑ Products containing Benzoyl Peroxide, like my SOS Diminish Serum, act as an antibacterial agent, removing cellular debris, fighting acne and leaving your skin smooth, youthful and blemish free.
If you’d like to try out any of the products mentioned above, head over to theskinSaint.com.
2. Hyaluron Pens
We all love the convenience (and sometimes cheaper price tag) of ordering things off the internet and doing treatments at home yourself.
But sometimes, like with trending Hyaluron Pens, you get what you pay for!
If you want filler in your lips, GO TO A PROFESSIONAL!
Hyaluron pens purchased off the internet seem too good to be true, because they are!
So, why am I telling you to avoid them at all costs?
- Not sterile
- Not safe
- Can cause infection
- Can cause discoloration, lumps & bumps
Instead, find a licensed and experienced injector like the award‑winning injectors we have at FACE. They have access to the BEST products available from around the world, and will make sure you come out with the beautiful full lips you’ve always wanted.
3. The ‘One Treatment Fits All’ Lie
With over 50+ technologies from around the globe, I am in the 1% who can actually tell the truth about lasers to you.
There are some notable lasers like HALO out there and it is one of the more popular treatments for sun spots, pores, and texture, but to see it being a cure all, is far from the reality.
Don’t get me wrong ‑ I LOVE HALO, and I love using it with BBL. BUT they aren’t the best for EVERY skin issue.
Halo and BBL aren’t always the answer, especially when treating Rosacea or Melasma. In fact, when BBL is used for Melasma alone, there’s a 50% chance of making it better… and a 50% chance of making it WORSE!
So, when you’re booking a laser appointment with a medical spa, do your research! Know what options they have, find out how they customize treatments. AND make sure they have you use a lightener before after treatment to keep your skin safe and healthy!