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Answering Your Top 17 Questions About Skin Script
We interviewed Lisa VanBockern, the owner and founder of Skin Script Skin Care, to answer your FAQ's about this popular brand!
Read her detailed answers below...
Is Skin Script vegan?
Is Skin Script organic?
Is Skin Script medical grade?
Is Skin Script an MLM?
How to use Skin Script Glycolic and Retinol Pads?
How to use Skin Script Enzymes?
Where to buy Skin Script products?
Skin Script vs Dermalogica?
Skin Script for acne?
I would choose something with a glycolic/retinol to exfoliate the follicle lining.
I prefer glycolics to exfoliate the upper surface of the skin to allow trapped oil to escape.
Clients will call and say “I’m breaking out!!!” after using this combination.
Remember that these active ingredients are getting the pore open and into a free-flowing state to get the trapped oil out!
It will take approximately 10-14 days for the oil to purge and the end result is clear, clean pores.
You need an antibacterial ingredient to kill the bad bacteria. In that case I choose salicylic.
Carry this in your purse or pocket because you will want to use this spot treatment 2-3 times per day (yes, per day!) directly on the pustular activity.
It will even penetrate through makeup!
So as you sit in class and feel an acneic lesion, please don’t pick it; take your Blemish Spot Treatment out of your pocket or purse and apply 2-3 times per day! It will alleviate within 2-3 days.
Please don’t leave this wonderful product sitting on your bathroom counter; it will not work if you don’t have it handy to re-apply 2-3 times per day.
Papular Acne (or the reddened skin with a raised lesion that contains nothing but water)
That requires hydration (Cucumber Toner and an appropriate-weighted moisturizer).
When skin is over-stripped by products, it disrupts the “good bacteria” at the surface of the skin and it takes cover within the follicle when you disrupt it’s food source at the surface of the skin.
Good bacteria living at the surface of your skin requires triglycerides for lunch every day.
If it doesn’t get it’s lunch, it will hunt for it within the follicle and created the raised redness.
Can you imagine what will solve this problem? How do you serve “good bacteria” lunch?
Moisturizers contain triglycerides and provides the food source for this helpful bacteria.
When you hear people say “you have to wear your moisturizer” it means you need to find one that fits your skin type (oily, normal/combo, dry) and that feels good to your skin.
The moisturizer will provide lunch to that hungry bacteria and keeping it at the surface of the skin where it belongs.
Skin Script for rosacea?
Skin Script before and after?
Skin Script vs Image?
Skin Script vs Dermaquest?
Skin Script vs Rodan and Fields?
Skin Script vs PCA?
Skin Script vs Eminence?
Skin Script vs Obagi?
Thanks for answering all the most frequently asked questions.
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