Acne face care update - what cosmetics should I use?

Face care, especially acne skin care is a challenge. First of all, it cannot be over-dried, which is often the biggest problem, because if the skin is oily, it seems to people that it needs to be over-dried. My skin, even though it's cured of acne (I've been fighting acne for over 6 years. If you're curious how I cured acne, look here click ), after all, I have to make sure that nothing 'jumps' on it. Every new product is a risk that my skin will react negatively. I had to give up cosmetics more than once, because they didn't work on my face. Another thing is that my complexion doesn't like experiments. This was also the reason for giving up testing for face care cosmetics.
First of all, I try not to overdo the amount of cosmetics I use. The key is to find products that your skin will love and stick to. Do not experiment too often, because your skin may repay with a rash 😉

make-up removal

Make-up removal is my priority. Instead of using a foundation, I still use it BB cream Dr G. I tested Skin 79, but I think I'm still not convinced by this product, so I returned to Dr G hydra intensive. This BB cream has one characteristic feature that you will find in most Korean BB creams - silicones.
For BB creams, thorough makeup removal is very important. Make-up removal not just any, but two stages. First, I wash the BB Bio cream with Kneipp oil (using a cotton swab). After removing BB cream, I use Sylveco linden micellar fluid to get rid of the oil on my face.
I tap after makeup removal Bandi cream with almond acid. Bandi has changed the packaging, it is now white.
make-up removal

Acne skin care

Every morning and evening I wash my face with colloidal silver. I rarely wash my face with water because my skin is dry. I tried to rinse my face with boiled or filtered water. The effect was the same, so when I don't have to, I skip my skin's contact with water. Silver for external use that I use is from Alter Medica (500 ml bottle). How to use silver? I transfer them to the spray bottle, then spray the cotton pad with silver and wash my face avoiding the eye area.
For the day, I use the Dr. G. BB cream mentioned above. I've been using Beauty Blender for years (recently on ours Instagram @dpblogpl I was showing a new Beauty Blender powder pink. Her color won my heart. I hope this edition will stay longer.)
When I don't leave the house, I tap Bandi cream with mandelic acid. In the evening I wash the cream with colloidal silver.

Night care for acne skin

I put two products on alternately at night, depending on what my skin needs on a given day. I got Resibo smoothing serum from Piotr under Christmas tree (I will soon say something more about him). I use them several times a week, alternatively with almond Bandi cream. First of all, in the care of problem skin, you must learn to observe it. When you start doing this, your skin will pay back with a beautiful appearance.
Night face care

Beauty treatments

For the millionth time I will be boring about darsonval, but this device has been with me for several years and I still use it regularly. If you still don't know what darsonval is and how to use it, you'll find the answers here: click
I use Darsonval once a week, unless I feel a growing friend. Then I use darsonval point once a day for about 3 days (i.e. until the enemy disappears).

Update: problem skin care

problem skin care

I have not done a face care update on my blog for a long time. I have been emphasizing for many years that my skin is problematic and I owe its "perfect" appearance to Asian BB cream Dr. G Bright +. When I had a lot of pimples and my face looked terrible I used the Pore + version of the same cream (Dr G) which is intended for acne skin.

At the end of March, I took off my fixed camera, so after more than a year's break I could go back to using darsonval. I am really happy because this device still makes a huge impression on me. With regular use, my skin repays with less imperfections and a healthy appearance.
Below I will describe to you the exact skin care step by step.


I wash my face in the morning colloidal silver. I don't wash my face because my skin doesn't like contact with water. I wash my face once a week sonic toothbrush from Tchibo (on Tuesdays or Wednesday), and on the weekend I do peeling with Sylveco cleansing peeling.
Then I apply the cream. If I leave the house it is Dr G Bright + BB cream if I do not leave or do not need more coverage - I use Mizon All in One snail cream. I don't put any other cream under BB Dr G cream.

Make-up removal is the basis for face care

I make makeup removal with Alterra oil or Resibo makeup remover oil. I make makeup removal with Alterra oil using cotton pads (I use it like removing makeup lotion or other similar product). The second phase of makeup removal is use Sylveco linden micellar fluid. The final phase is an additional face wash with a cotton pad soaked in colloidal silver. I don't put anything on my face until the evening. From the make-up removal to evening care, my skin rests.

Evening treatments

In the evening, I rinse my face with colloidal silver and pat my face and neck Mizon snail slime serum (3x weekly) or GlyskinCare hyaluronic serum (4x weekly). I wait and tap for a moment Bandi cream with almond acid.

Additional treatments

2 x a week I put a mask on my face. I learned to listen to my face, so when I see that I need relaxation - I put algae on my face (clean algae. Don't put these algae-like masks on). When my complexion shines too much, I put multani mitti clay from liniment on it. I mix clay with green tea hydrolate.
2 x weekly (not on the same days when I apply the mask) I use darsonval. I've written a lot about darsonval on the blog, so I won't repeat myself. If anyone is interested in this device - please refer to posts: click


There are several new products in my care, including company cosmetics Mizon. Nevertheless, I have been using BB Dr G cream or Bandi cream with mandelic acid for years and I do not intend to give up on them. I belong to this group of people who, if they find their favorites, stick to them (unless women's curiosity wins, then I test the novelty 😉).