Growing up, I was blessed with the kind of skin I had. I’m not proud to admit it, but towards the end of middle school, washing my face was not a daily occurence. I had what would be categorized as normal skin. I didn’t get pimples frequently, and if I did, they disappeared within the next twenty-four hours. After I started washing my face, my routine didn’t improve much. I cleaned my face with a Simple wipe and then moisturized it with Aveeno face lotion. It wasn’t until my junior year of college that my face started to revolt.
I will be the first to say that the process of finding the right skin products might be one of the worst things to have to do. Every new product has the potential to be a hit or a miss. Will this new serum make you break out? Does it provide enough moisture for your skin? Only one way to find out. Not an enjoyable task in any sense of the word. That’s why when I found Good Molecules, it felt like a gift from the gods.
My best friend started using Good Molecules months before I did. As with any new face product she has, she raved about it until I agreed to try it. Boy, am I glad I did. I started out with the Good Molecules Niacinamide Serum, and within a few weeks, I noticed my pores reduce in size, and I was experiencing fewer amounts of pimples. Good Molecules pineapple exfoliator didn’t dry out my skin or leave me with dark spots like other exfoliators I’ve tried. The Daily Brightening Serum and Discoloration Correcting Serum do exactly what they promise. My skin has not been this soft and blemish-free in a long time.
I know at least a handful of people who also swear by Good Molecules. If this is not one of the best, affordable skincare products, I don’t know what is.
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