Friday, September 4, 2009

Back to Back Product Review: Celeteque Facial Wash and Garnier Spot Dark Spot Corrector Pen

I know Celeteque Facial Wash has been around for some time now but forgive me for doing a personal review on this. As you all know, I've just been converted to being a Celeteque user. I had no problems using Pond's Antibacterial Facial Wash. I used Pond's for more than 10 years, probably around 14 years. I never had acne problems when I was a teenager. I would get occasional pimples when my period is due but that's it. No problem spots whatsoever... Until the steroids came.

I only noticed this morning that my face isn't oily. I have combination skin. Every morning when I wake up, my nose and cheeks would be shiny because of the oil. I just noticed this morning that my face actually looked brighter. I also have acidic skin and all those who share the same fate know that some products actually make your skin look darker. There was no oil whatsoever. My face was as smooth as after I washed it last night. I've also noticed that I do lesser touch ups in the office. I only apply powder after lunch and before I go home whereas before I would apply powder every now and then. I also noticed that my skin feels softer.

Now that the zit invasion has been put to a halt, I am left with the dark spots on my cheeks. I gave Garnier a shot. I was skeptical when Garnier first came out. You know, loyalty to Pond's and all. But I was desperate. I needed to get rid of these dark spots. Garnier Dark Spot Corrector Pen works. As simple as that. I've noticed a difference on my 3rd night of using it. I've been using it for less than a month now, unfortunately not religiously as sometimes I forget. I absolutely recommend this product if you have nasty marks left by pimples. I'm so sorry I forgot the price. It's around P199 I think. You only need a small amount and try to zero in on the dark spots so that you'll have a nice even skin tone. And one last thing, try to use it everyday to get faster results. Don't be a slacker like me. = )


  1. thanks for sharing, I'm planning to try Garnier dark spot corrector too :))



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