TIS Experience for Combo and Sensitive Skin
⚠️ I tried several of the Touch In Sol products and I wanted to share my personal honest experience with the products. I was initially going to write a review titled “Touch In Sol Primer Is It Date Proof?”. I was going to wear it for a few hours for my date and document it. But things didn't go as planned..
I applied the products to a clean face. Following everything, the package stated since it was my first time trying the products and the brand. I applied the prime essence first because it has calendula and then primer since the box states it conceals. I also read on the website you can pair them together. "Use it on its own to brighten and moisturize skin, or pair it with our No Poreblem Primer to create the perfect blank canvas for your next killer look." It did give me a perfect canvas for the rest of my makeup. After I finished applying everything it looked flawless. I absolutely loved it. Unfortunately, it didn't last...
⌛️ After 2 hours of wearing it I started noticing lots of oil on my pores, especially the areas that get oily on me. I have combo skin. It made me produce way too much oil than normal. After 5 hours my face was a complete oily mess. It felt disgusting. I wanted to take it off as soon as my date was over, but had to snap some pictures before (for this review). I’m so glad my date was my husband and he knew I was doing it for a review.
😐 After taking off everything with my simple makeup wipes (made for sensitive skin). I noticed a lot of tiny white bumps all over my face. I thought maybe they were from clogged pores. So I decided to go ahead and do the mild scrubbing & peel gel mask to cleanse my face well. After that, my skin was stinging very badly. I washed it off as quick as I could and noticed red marks on my skin. 😩 My face was hurting at that point.
I decided to apply the “All in 1 aid cream” since the website states "This ultra-moisturizing cream is designed to nourish skin with proven, hydrating ingredients. Imparts a triple-barrier moisture shield which enhances firmness and elasticity, and keeps skin feeling and looking healthy.” It did not help. It was just super creamy for my face. It made my skin greasy and did not help the redness. I washed it off and applied some of my favorite moisturizer. The next day my face still had dark spots from where the red marks were, and the tiny bumps disappeared.
😔 I had never had this happened to me before with any other product. I have sensitive skin, combo skin. I don’t think I will reuse this brand. As all of the 4 products I tried did not go well with my skin.
Have you ever had a bad experience with new skincare? How did you deal with it? 💕