[Serious] what skincare products should i get?

her

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what cleanser, moisturizer and sunscreen? i’m also going to get retin-a and maybe a dermapen (i don’t know which)
 

SeiGun

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just trusted and generic one you see on any store, its stupid to buy expensive branded overprice shit that do the same things.
 

her

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just trusted and generic one you see on any store, its stupid to buy expensive branded overprice shit that do the same things.
yeah, but do you know any trusted good products? i don’t have acknowledge of this
 

SeiGun

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yeah, but do you know any trusted good products? i don’t have acknowledge of this
just ask the skincare staff in your local store for the most popular one
i use my local facewash product
sunscreen i use nivea
and i use generic dermaroller you can search on any online store (check quality of needle)
 

lemonacid

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based on your skin type and skin problem...
we can't recommend some good product if you dont tell us your skin type and problem.jfl
get a lot of research first then ask us.

check this, maybe it very helpful for you good luck!
https://www.skincarisma.com/
 
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mido the slayer

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No ideal man I’m still trying skincares currently I’m using Clinique
 

her

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based on your skin type and skin problem...
we can't recommend some good product if you dont tell us your skin type and problem.jfl
get a lot of research first then ask us.

check this, maybe it very helpful for you good luck!
https://www.skincarisma.com/
i think my skin is either combination or oily, i have a few active pimples (not too much, like 2 or 3) and some scars. i'll check that site out, thanks
 

Gingercope

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Depends on your skin type. My skin is normal and sometimes acne prone.

My staple products are:

CeraVe hydrating / Neutrogena Hydroboost Exfoliating cleanser
Paula's Choice 2% BHA Liquid
CeraVe SPF 30 Daily Moisturizer
I have a Retin A perscription, but it's too harsh for me so I use Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair Serum which is retinol and love that.

The Ordinary is cheap and all their products are decent too.

Hope that helps.
 

Soulsmaxx

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I've definitely had some success with Nibba's products, especially the moisturizer. Just be sure that you have oily skin. Your face is supposed to be supple, not dry and tight after your routine.
 

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