Beautederm Skin Line & The First 2 Weeks Review

So this is my 2 1/2 week-mark of using the Beautederm Skin Line.  If you’ve been following the blog (and I hope you are) you’d know that I previously posted about the Beautederm Skin Line in my entries here and here.  So this will be my review of their skin care products I got from Skin and Beyond by Beautederm.  Please be reminded that this, or my other two posts, are NOT paid posts by any Beautederm distributor or reseller nor by the Beautederm Corporation.  I bought the products because of their popularity among bloggers and you-tube’rs and recommendations from very good friends.  This is my independent review of the product.

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Did I say that the Beautederm Skin Line is promising?  Oh yes, baby.  This girl is happy – they promised, delivered and gave so much more. Let me count the reasons why:

The first thing I noticed is that the skin between my lower lip and chin is now smooth!  I’ve always been annoyed with those tiny, “flaky” skin on my labret. (Yes, that’s the name of the part between your lower lip and chin.)  I’ve had that problem since I was a teen-ager that I’ve already accepted it as part of my life.  They’re not very noticeable but whenever I stretched that part and feel it, it was always rough.  I’ve tried scrubbing it, exfoliating, using those nose pore strips on them – they stubbornly remained.  And now, miraculously, they are gone! Even the skin on my chin is smooth.  If only for these improvements I want to rave about the product no end. Yes, there is hope for problematic labrets! (I don’t really like the sound of that name…)

Second, the puffiness under my eyes are minimizing.  Eyebags were already starting to form and I have to admit, the skin under was starting to sag. I am now seeing a change there, too.  The puffiness is slowly going away and they feel a little firmer than before.

I used to also have teensy brownish spots around my face.  They seem to be like the dreaded age spots that I’ve been reading about when you skin matures. They’ve diminished in number! In fact, with a 15x mirror in front of me right now, I think I’ve only counted 3 or 4 left.

I am starting to see the “glow” that I’ve always been looking for.  For the past week, I’ve started going out to get-togethers and church events with just Beautederm’s Day Cream and a pea-sized CC Cream on – no other foundation, no blush, no powder even.  My skin’s appearance doesn’t seem to need more makeup for everyday events.  There’s a certain radiance starting to show and my cheeks have a tinge of pink.  I used to apply my NYC Pore Filler to make my makeup look flawless and porcelain-like. But now I don’t think I will need that ever.  The only makeup I could not live without is my eyebrows and lipstick, but that’s another story.

My Before and Now – After 2 1/2 Weeks!

I think my before and now photo might help my review a bit more.  The “before” shot was taken one early morning in the Philippines last January with my day moisturizer and foundation on.  My “now” photo was also shot in the morning yesterday and has me with only my eyebrow and lipstick on.  Yes, no make-up, not even Beautederm’s CC Cream.  Just their Day Cream.   And nope – no filters, no touch-ups, no photoshops!

Oh, I still feel the sting most specially around my nose and on my cheekbones whenever I apply the Day and Night Toner. The stinging feeling goes away tho once the creams are applied.  My skin still shows peeling. They happen most specially the morning after I’ve applied the night creams.  But the peeling goes away once I apply the CC Cream. I think it also helps that I use the Facial Wash with Scrub Pump to minimize the appearance of skin peels.

Yes, my treatment isn’t complete yet.  I still have a few more weeks/months until I can achieve the best results.  For one, I have small pores that I definitely want to lessen and maybe (*fingers crossed*) go away.  My skin tone isn’t as even yet as I want it to be.  Plus I really want to see a more obvious flush and luminosity in my skin that I’ve seen other seasoned users have.  I want Sylvia Sanchez‘ skin!  (Right, Jo?)

Ms. Sylvia Sanchez with her clear and beautiful skin.

Good things come to those who wait.  I am hopeful for better results to come.

But for those who are already as convinced as I am that the Beautederm Skin Line products work and do not know where to buy them here in the US, I have good news!  Like I said in a previous post, I do have some trial and regular sets with me.   Plus, for any other Beautederm Skin Line product you might want, just contact me on my FB, Instagram, Twitter or here in my comment sections for any inquiries you might want to ask. I reply fast 🙂

The Beautederm Skin Line Trial Set. Good for 1 month’s use. 150gm Papaine Set, 60ml Day and Night Toner, 10gm Day Cream, 10gm Night Cream 1, 10gm Night Cream 2 and 10gm Night Cream 3
The Beautederm Skin Line Regular Set. Good for 2 month’s use. 150gm Papaine Set, 60ml Day and Night Toner, 20gm Day Cream, 20gm Night Cream 1, 20gm Night Cream 2 and 20gm Night Cream 3
The effective Beautederm Undereye Whitening Cream
The Gentle Facial Wash
Beautederm’s CC Cream – the only foundation I will need for my everyday use.

So there, I am still happy with the products on my 2 week mark.  Keep tuning in and you will read more of the Beautederm Skin Line products.  In fact I’m planning on getting and trying some new ones really soon.

Till next time, my lovies!




10 thoughts on “Beautederm Skin Line & The First 2 Weeks Review”

  • hi, i am a first timer user of beautiderm set, im on my 2 weeks of using but lot of pimple is coming out on my face, is this normal? or i need to stop using it?

    • Hi Sheila,

      So sorry I didn’t get to see your post right away. I want to say that sometimes the pimples still come out because the medication tries to take out all the impurities of your skin before it can start beautifying your skin. This transformation is needed. This is the start of the road to a beautiful skin so don’t stop using the product.

  • Hello Ms. Gigi,
    I looked for the ingredients of the facial set and I found out that the papaine soap contains salicylic acid, day cream has salicylate and the night cream 3 has isoparaffin. I searched the internet and apparently these chemicals are not safe to use during pregnancy. I’m 19weeks pregnant and would very much like to try the beautederm kit I bought from my friend (especially it’s quite pricey). What should I do? I really want to have a glowy beautiful skin but I’m afraid it might affect my developing baby? Thanks in advance for your reply! 🙂

    • I would advice you to wait till after your pregnancy. Nothing should be more important than having a healthy baby. While you wait until your baby comes, make sure to eat healthy – not much oily food, a lot of fruits and veggies. These natural foods also contain nutrients that help make beautiful skin. Always make sure that you wash your face with very mild soap that is baby-friendly.

      For now, enjoy your pregnancy. Enjoy the wait till your beautiful baby comes. And when she is born, ask your doctor if it will be ok by then to use Beautederm.

  • I have been using Beautederm for almost 3 weeks already and my face got a lot if tiny bumps while using this product, is this normal or Do i need to stop using it?

    • Hi Mae,

      Without seeing what they look like, it’s hard to say what they are. If they occured after using Beautederm then I am thinking that this is your skin’s way of purging the old skin. I have had clients who also went through the same problem. I always advised them to just continue on with the skin routine. I also suggest not to use other skin products if you’re using Beautederm so as to get the 100 % results and it won’t conflict with other ingredients from other skin products.

      Once you do continue, the skin bumps will slowly go away. Patience is the key. 🙂

  • Is there any product of Beautederm that will not make the skin peel? Or can I stop the using the toner since it has a micropeel effect and just continue using the other products instead? Thank you. 🙂

    • Actually, the micropeeling is an important part of your renewed skin journey. It will actually take off damaged skin due to aging, environment and acne. Your fine line and wrinkles are softened and any brown spots your have begin to lighten. It also makes your skin come out with a softer and smoother version making your skin glowy and radiant.

      The peeling is very minimal, for the some, the worst could just be, they come up with more peeling in the nose area. I had mine more in my nose area and my chin. But it wasn’t anything that the Beautederm Purifie soap scrub can’t take off. The day and night creams also help hide the micropeeling. Plus, when this happens, you skin only goes thru it for about 3 days or so. So I would go on and go through the whole stage of it, if I were you. Most specially if you get a renewed skin after.

      Having said that, you can use the creams and the soap that come with the set without the toner. Some of my clients do that. Altho, I still encourage them to go back to useing the toner. In fact, the toner is my favorite member of the set 🙂

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