Safeguard Derma Sense Skin Care Line Review Part 2
Products were sponsored by Safeguard Philippines, but opinions are mine.
As promised, here’s the follow- up and final review on Safeguard Derma Sense Skin Care Line.
I’ve been using these products alternately for three weeks now and I’m already through with the Acne Prone Facial Cleanser, my favorite product in this range. For my first impression and thoughts on the scent and texture of the featured products, please click HERE.
If you already read the first review and can’t wait to see my results, just click READ MORE. ;)
Between the two lines, I’ve been using Acne Prone more. I only used the Sensitive Skin variant consistently, specifically the Face And Body Wash, during the height of Summer (that was around the last week of April to the second week of May) and my Atopic Dermatitis. I found that this body wash is perfect to use on irritated and sensitized skin because of its mild formula, at least on my skin-in fact, I even think it helped alleviate my Atopic Dermatitis! However, if you’re experiencing chronic and severe skin irritations, please see a doctor before using these or any skin care products.
Now onto the Acne Prone line, my most favorite between the two lines. Before I proceed with the review, I would like to inform everyone that I only experience mild to moderate Acne-it’s very manageable and I can do without the help of a dermatologist or medications 99% of the time. I hope this will help manage your expectations with this line.
I digress. I only use the Acne Prone Face And Body Wash occasionally and only if I have a pimple on my back (it works great on back pimples, btw) because I find that it’s a bit drying to my skin--my big brother loves it though! What I’ve been using more from the Acne Prone line is the Facial Cleanser-I put it on a 3- week test and my conclusion is I love it. Find out why below:
This is my skin 3 weeks before I used Safeguard Derma Sense Acne Prone Facial Cleanser. As you can see, it looks good: It’s healthy, clean, and no pimple sighting, although I had a few whiteheads on the chin area-they’re not bothersome though.
A lot can happen to my skin in 3 weeks. Usually, I get 3 or 5 huge zits every 3 to 4 weeks (or a full breakout if I’m unlucky), depending on my day-to-day activities, diet, sleep, stress levels, and hormonal activity.
When I put this Facial Cleanser to the test, I stopped using other Salicylic Acid- based products to observe better if it will really help me get rid of or manage Acne, but with the exception of spot treatments.
So what happened to my skin after using the Facial Cleanser for three weeks?
Here’s my skin 3 weeks after using Safeguard Derma Sense Acne Prone Facial Cleanser: It still.looks.good. Eureka! During the entire three weeks, I only got two or three new whiteheads and a blackhead, but they went away in just two or three days. For the most part, my skin was looking and feeling great-no irritating papules, pustules, cystic zits, and most especially, NO BREAKOUT! Whoa! Oh, the whiteheads on my chin? GONE. Please take note that when the whiteheads and blackheads appeared, I used a spot treatment along with the facial cleanser to get rid of them much quickly, but I feel that the latter played a big role in removing them completely.
In short, Derma Sense Acne Prone Facial Cleanser helped me stay breakout- free!
So that concludes my skin journey with Safeguard Derma Sense Skin Care Line. If you have mild to moderate Acne, I urge you to try Acne Prone Facial Cleanser because it will help keep your skin virtually Acne- free or aid you in managing existing Acne (otherwise, please see a dermatologist). And if you want a body wash that goes beyond moisturizing, try Sensitive Skin and Acne Prone Face And Body Wash! Acne Prone Facial Cleanser is a bath staple for me now! :D
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