I was rather surprised to find that NeoStrata has now a counter over at some Guardian stores. This brand is well known to be a physician dispensed line of products because they are formulated with alpha hydroxyacids (AHAs), polyhydroxy acids (PHAs), and Bionic PHAs. In fact, I used to get it only from my dermatologist.
I’ve used two of their products, NeoStrata Facial Cleanser and NeoStrata Bionic Lotion, supposedly to help my hyperpigmentation. Frankly I hated the products! They’re awful in terms of smell and the cleanser doesn’t even foam. Moreover, the packaging is too clinical for my liking. So I refused to get it again even though it came highly recommended for my skin problems.
But that’s just me. I’ve read on the forums and even at Makeupalley, where many ladies are giving this range the thumbs up. So while I hate it, the NeoStrata range apparently helps with acne prone skin as well as pigmentation. I’ve even read reviews that some have claimed that their skin is much clearer after using NeoStrata’s products after awhile. Plus the raves are also because the products are generally quite gentle, which I do agree.
So if you have problem skin like acne, dry skin, hyperkeratosis (thickening of the outer layer of the skin) or hyperpigmentation and are looking for AHA or PHA treatment based products, maybe NeoStrata is a good start especially since they’re now readily available. You may also like to look up NeoAsia for the current and upcoming promotional offers.
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