REVIEW: Bluemercury's oily skin regimen delivers results
By Tori McKelvey
(Editor's note: In exchange for this review, Bluemercury provided personalized products for the author to try based on her skin type. The views expressed are solely hers with no compensation provided for any resulting sales.)
Do the face washes you try seem to just fight against your skin? Drying it out… Feeling harsh… I have a naturally oily face that does not agree with the humidity of the southeast coastal states. The face washes I have used in the past never work for very long and/or end up making my skin worse. For the past five years, in fact, I have gone through breakouts constantly. I am now using a personalized Bluemercury kit made specifically for my oily skin.
I start off with the M-61 PowerSpot Cleanse. Washing my face with it, immediately I smell the aromas of the tea tree oil. It’s pastel green, creamy and refreshing with cucumber. To further target my acne, I dab the M-61 PowerSpot Clear on each pimple for fast acting shrinking of each one. I follow it with my M-61 PowerSpot Moisturizer (oil-free), and my face feels revitalized. With all the botanicals in the products, I feel as though they are working with my skin and not against it.
As an added layer of protection to prevent acne from forming and to soothe the skin, the M-61 PowerSpot Clay Mask is an easy step to my skincare routine. Applying it to my face, a cooling sensation takes over with twists of cucumber in the smell.
I remember a moment looking in the mirror thinking to myself… I feel like a new person. I am super self-conscious about my acne, but now that it’s reduced immensely, there’s one less worry on my mind.
Interested in checking out more Bluemercury products and what might work for your skin? Visit their online inventory atbluemercury.comnow or pop in one of their two Charleston area stores when life past Covid-19 returns to normal.
Want to submit a product for review?Let us knowand we'll be in touch.