I am quite thrilled to review an amazing product TOSOWOONG VITA Clinic Vitamin Dressing Powder. I have been using it for about a month twice a day and I have been so amazed by the effect this powder does to my skin that I ordered two more items few days ago.
I would like to start with describing the type of my skin and challenges I am faced with.
I have very oily skin with enlarged pores that easily turn to blackheads. In the last 2 or 3 years another problem came along: I started having subcutaneous pimples under the chin and on the neck; pimples that are so deep that you cannot pop them out. They sit inside my skin sometimes for a month, they are painful, red and ugly looking. No topical products that I used helped in any ways.
Then one day I read about TOSOWOONG VITA Clinic Vitamin Dressing Powder and how wonderful it is. Based on reviews by other ladies, I figured out that this powder is extremely useful for skin prone to acne, inflammation, redness and Oh, Goodness – to those subcutaneous pimples I was struggling with. I decided to buy it, because – why not? I purchased it on Ebay, you can check the link here.
Powder comes in a very tiny (6 g) bottle with multiple wholes on the top. Powder is completely weightless, super fine, white in colour and without any smell. Since this powder is super fine, it is able to deeply penetrate epidermis layer of the skin and act instantly, reducing inflammation, redness, acne spots, cyst acnes and subcutaneous acne. It also whitens the skin thus reducing visible signs of hyperpigmentation.
• High concentration of niacinamide (vitamin B3) known for its ability to visibly reduce the appearance of enlarged pores, improve uneven skin tone, fine lines, dullness, and a weakened skin surface.
• Vitamin C – powerful antioxidant, anti-aging and whitening ingredient
• Seven vitamin fruit extracts including raspberries, sea buckthorns, blueberries, black currants and others.
Indications for use:
Anybody with troubled/problematic skin would benefit from this powder. Some of the problems that this powder is beneficial for are: dull skin, rough skin, inflammation, keratinization, dark spots, dry skin, sensitive skin, post acne, new acne, redness, irritation, and – yes! – subcutaneous acne.
How to use:
There are many ways to use this powder; once powder touches your skin, it momentarily turns into light cream thus promoting very easy application.
1. Apply powder directly on the troubled area (i.e. acne, skin age spots, sun damaged spots).
2. Add to your skin care products: essence, serum, cream, tinted moisturizer, foundation, facial masks, sun screens etc.
3. Pour some powder onto your fingers/palm and apply all over the face (I also apply to the neck area as this is where I usually get subcutaneous acne).
I use this powder twice a day after applying Argeriline solution from The Ordinary and Youth Activating Serum (Lancome). I usually follow it with snail mucous serum and a face cream.
I cannot believe how good this product is. I had few subcutaneous acne when I started using the powder; acne disappeared after 2-3 days. This is beyond impressive as usually these types of acne take 2 to 3 weeks to disappear (sometimes even a month). My skin is literally glowing, the tone is so nice and even I stopped using DD cream. As soon as I see that some yucky pimple is forming, I apply powder directly to it and pimple never matures. The other day I saw couple for red tiny pimples forming on my chest; I applied powder right away and in two days pimples and redness disappeared for good.
The only con I could find is the size of the bottle, it is quite small, only 6 g. I used this powder very generously for a month twice a day and used up to ¾ of the bottle. However, I just ordered 2 more bottles because I am so afraid to run out now; I really like my glowing skin without any problems. I think this is the best my skin ever looked, honestly.
I would like to mention that I did read that some people were not impressed by the powder. I chatted privately with those ladies, and it turned out that they are young girls with skin that does not really have any problems. I think it is safe to conclude that if you are young, have healthy glowing skin then you might not experience and appreciate the effect that this powder causes to problematic skin.
As for me, I wish I had known about this powder long time ago; it would’ve saved me much frustration and annoyance with my skin problems.
Leave a comment if you yourself tried this powder and your impression.
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