For many years now I’ve dealt with adult acne. I think I’ve tried just about every product on the market. Unfortunately, I had not seen the results I had hoped for. My problems are predominantly on my chin, and cheeks. Sometimes my forehead, but rarely. About a month ago, Amanda, a Skincerity consultant contacted me and asked if I would like to try the Skincerity nightly breathable masque. I agreed and within a few days I had received Skincerity and quickly put it to the test on my problem skin.
After using the Skincerity nightly breathable masque every evening after washing and moisturizing my face I’ve seen some really nice results. Every night before bed I wash my face, apply my normal moisturizer then I roll on the Skincerity masque. This is the only breathable masque on the market today. After rolling on the masque it drys quickly and I’m ready for bed. The Masque stays on, doesn’t rub off on my pillow. In the morning all I do is peel off the masque. I find using a warm wash cloth works best for me. Once my masque is off my skin is rejuvenated and it’s so soft. I have very dry skin and I find after my masque is removed in the morning there is no need for more moisturizer.
I hate my before photo, my face was always really red after washing at night. After only 5 days of using the roll-on masque I saw amazing results. At my cousin’s wedding I didn’t need much makeup. I have not had my face this clear in years.
The Skincerity Roll-on Masque:
- Poison Ivy
- Ant Bites
Many people notice a difference in the first use, others the first few days, and over 95% in the first 3-4 weeks.
You have to try Skincerity to believe it. Place your order for Skincerity today $69.95 plus shipping. There is also a 30 day guarantee, not that you’ll need to use it, you’ll love this product.
Have a question? Talk to Amanda on Facebook, she’s very knowledgeable about Skincerity, she is more than happy to chat with you.
Disclosure: I was sent a free sample for the purpose of conducting this review. My participation is voluntary and my opinions, as always, are my own. No monetary compensation was given. I am disclosing under the FTC’s 16 CFR Part 225, Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.