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Urban Skin Rx Care Rawiew

Urban Skin Rx Care Rawiew

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@urbanskinrx
hope this video helped some of u out here’s the link to their website
https://urbanskinrx.com/
if you’d like to tip me my Venmo and cash app is Pierre Dease

Nina Bo’nina Brown



15 Comments
  • sanche159
    Posted at 19:03h, 03 May

    glycolic pads are chemical peeling. Be careful where you use

  • Ed Reid
    Posted at 19:03h, 03 May

    Looks like an allergic reaction… Could it be the paints, glue, make up you're using?..

  • verny sutherland
    Posted at 19:03h, 03 May

    thank you so much for this – i have acne on my chest and back too and it's really reassuring to see somebody i respect so much being open about going through the same thing

  • G Strathmore
    Posted at 19:03h, 03 May

    All of those handsome pictures of you out of drag. Woo hoo!

  • A
    Posted at 19:03h, 03 May

    Hey Pierre!!!

  • Paul Yoximov
    Posted at 19:03h, 03 May

    Your skin does look better, but as far as I know the burning shouldn't happen much, if at all. That is often a sign of something not so appropriate in the product's substance. But, you didn't mention if you have went to see a dermatologist. I don't know if you can do that now during corona, but as soon as you can, and if you feel like that product ain't doing its job as well as it should, I suggest you go see a dermatologist and listen to his recommendations. Hopefully they could help, I mean, it is their job :)

  • Anne Semper
    Posted at 19:03h, 03 May

    So sorry to see you having problems with your skin and I do hope this product works for you. You're still gorgeous anyway and I hope you don't feel sore. By the looks of things you'll probably be cleared up in a couple of weeks. Sure hope so.

  • Cynthia Villarruel
    Posted at 19:03h, 03 May

    Hi Nina! The most straightforward way to get rid of acne is Isotretinoin (Accutan, Roaccutan, other names). However, it is a very harsh medication. It dries up all your body and it can affect your liver. I had a similar experience to yours. I had never had acne, not even during teenage years but when I started living in Europe in a different weather and diet (food in Brussels is so greasy and heavy), I started to have small pimples and blackheads at the sides of my face. I tried La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo + (thin tube) and it worked since the first day! Check the Effaclar line, they also have a salicyc acid wash, serum, etc. Tretinoin (retinoic acid) also works for acne plus it us the only scientifically proven antiaging stuff. You will feel some "burn" using these acne products because they have acids but skin gets used to. Remember to wear sunscreen. That was long! Stay safe!

  • Precious Jemstone
    Posted at 19:03h, 03 May

    First off never apologise for showing us your v line, lol. Secondly, the product worked really well. Your skin looked so clear by the end.

  • John Kohen
    Posted at 19:03h, 03 May

    I respect you so much for being so open about talking about ur skin issues. I hope your skin journey goes well!

  • Coryinnocence
    Posted at 19:03h, 03 May

    Just wanted to say it's so brave of you to show your acne I know how embarrassing it can be. I Grew up with acne and have always been self conscious with anxiety. Your a beautiful person Pierre, some acne on the outside doesn't affect who you are on the inside.

  • PJ Masks
    Posted at 19:03h, 03 May

    Sometimes it doesn't matter how good products are you it could be a hormone imbalance. Maybe try Isotretinoin. I had perfect skin right up until my mid twenties and then i got adult acne. I had one round of isotretinoin and it worked for me. The only complaint or side effect is my lips were always dry (use lip balm) and i had to drink a lot of water. But my skin went back to perfect and i avoided unnecessary acne scars.

  • Malika Latchman
    Posted at 19:03h, 03 May

    Goodluck on your skincare journey!

  • sinn r
    Posted at 19:03h, 03 May

    I know you've probably already thought this over, but have you made a list of any changes in lifestyle, your eating habits, detergent/soap, medications, fluctuation in male hormones, physical stress, emotional stress, etc? But I really hope you find relief with these products ❤ Oh and ps. have you tried hyaluronic acid and/or retinol? (Oop, i didnt watch the whole video before I left this comment, lol)

  • Kaiinooaa
    Posted at 19:03h, 03 May

    I’ve been looking for new skin care products to try. Loving the content. If you have any other products you can review that you use I’d like to try them too