Oh gosh. I just made a revelation while researching on the topic of sebaceous cysts treatment. The small yellowish dome-shaped lump or bump that grew on my vagina area when I was a teen was actually a sebaceous cyst! I never got to find out what it was though I’ve long gotten rid of it. I only found out because I wanted to write about this as my husband just had a 1 cm sebaceous cyst removed from the left side of his face near his ear via excision biopsis.
I have been using the Therapeutic Dermatologic Formula C Scape Serum which contains 10% Vitamin C for a month now and I’m rather happy with the results so far. Overall, my skin texture has even out and because the skin the firmer, my pores also seem tighter.
According to the product description, TDF C Scape Serum is for the production of collagen and elastic tissue that keep the skin taut, supple and healthy. It also acts as an antioxidant to neutralize harmful free radicals, help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as lighten skin complexion. Except for the wrinkles and fine lines, I have to say this product does what it promises for me.
While I’ve been turning to more natural and organic skincare products in my daily beauty regime, I feel I need to provide my skin with active repair and protection by going deeper with peels, retinol, antioxidants and possibly lasers to smooth out and tighten lax skin while spurring collagen production.
My objective is to bolster my skincare regime and a healthy lifestyle with the least invasive anti-aging treatments to give me stunning results as my skin matures. So it was with this intention that I visited the dermatologist this morning, hoping to receive some form of immediate rejuvenating treatments to lighten up my pigmentation and minimize my pores.
I haven’t gone for a facial in months, simply because I no longer believe in the benefits they promise to deliver. Over the years that I’ve had facials, I didn’t really see a significant improvement to my skin condition. However, I’ve recently been considering going for a medical facial called the Derma Roller Facial.