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Unique facial in a jar treats blemishes, shrinks appearance of pores, softens lines and wrinkles.

Updated: Mar 9, 2023


I have been working on a really cool case study with one of my friends who has suffered from acne prone skin for years. Her skin had gotten so bad, she finally reached out to me for help.

After looking at her products, I redid her entire skincare regimen, and now her skin looks amazing.

I will share this full case study with you once it’s complete on Chemistry Cachet. You can also join my new private skincare group on Facebook for exclusive case studies, skincare secrets and discount information on products. We also chat about local places to go to for treatments.

For now, I wanted to share with Beneath the Surface News readers a unique facial in a jar that treats blemishes, while moisturizing your face.

Many products targeted for acne work to dry out the blemishes, but that can cause more irritation and prolong the blemishes.

This is why I love this soft, fluffy facial from Good Science Beauty. This link will automatically take 30% off for you! Or manually type in chemistrycachet30 for all their products.

The key ingredients are kaolin which is a highly-absorbent clay mineral that draws out impurities and excess oils. It helps minimize the appearance of pores and helps control blemishes.

It also features willow bark, a natural source of antioxidants, and salicin, a precursor of salicylic acid. It's a powerful anti-inflammatory. There is evidence that it can reduce the signs of aging.

Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) is a true hero ingredient. It has been shown to minimize and tighten the appearance of pores and soften fine lines and wrinkles.

This facial can help with acne, dullness, pore shrinking and blackheads. I like to use it once or twice a week on my nose, chin and cheeks. You can also use it as a spot treatment.

The reason I started using Good Science Beauty products is because of its unique delivery system for the active ingredients. It makes the products work more efficiently to achieve results.

Alexis Rochester is an investigative chemist, blogger and founder of Chemistry Cachet. She shares science-based skin care, cleaning, gardening and health tips. She was diagnosed with RA at age 10, so she has a passion for pain management tips and research, along with sharing her journey through this disease. When she’s not writing for Chemistry Cachet, she is taking Pilates or Barre classes, and also received her Barre teaching certification this year! She grew up in Stephenville and recently moved back with her daughter, husband and bulldog. You can find her posting pictures and fun stories daily on Instagram. Also look for Chemistry Cachet on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and LinkedIn.


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