Up to 85 per cent of Aussies will experience acne at some point in their lives; a skin condition that can be sore and uncomfortable as well as affecting self-esteem.
Now acne sufferers are raving Bescher's Sea Cucumber Collagen Blemish Defence Serum. The innovative serum uses sea cucumber collagen as its hero ingredient.
“This serum is honestly magic in a bottle. It helps fade acne scars, reduce breakouts, and calms any redness on my face," one happy customer said.
Another agreed: "I had tried absolutely everything when it came to my acne, and nothing worked quite like this. The blemish defence serum has become the most important part of my skincare routine and has truly helped me regain so much confidence. My skin has never been clearer."
The water-based serum works at a cellular level to help transform skin and prevent blemishes, excess oil and redness. It reduces sebum production, clears blackheads and reduces pore size. The sea cucumber extract helps cell regrowth and tissue repair.
Now, it's available as part of the Blemish Rescue & Repair pack. It's paired with the Sea Cucumber Collagen Calming Cream, which is designed to heal surface inflammation. Ingredients such as ceramides, squalene, MSM and antioxidants work with Sea Cucumber Collagen to enhance skin cell metabolism and stimulate collagen synthesis, leaving you with healthier-looking, glowing skin.
The Blemish Rescue and Repair pack, $228, also comes with a Konjac Sponge, which is a 100 per cent natural face cleansing sponge made from Konjac root. It removes makeup, dead skin cells, and excess sebum.
Together the serum and calming cream are the perfect combination. The serum can be used as a powerful spot treatment to decongest the skin and help repair its natural barrier, while the calming cream is applied afterwards to soothe stressed skin.
Customers love the duo. "I've seen the effects straight away," one happy customer said. "People have been stopping me in the street asking me what I use on my skin."
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