Transformation Diaries

Name: Neelam

Skin concerns: Adult acne

Fave Baselift products: The Indian Eraser Clay

Skincare routine: Neelam uses the whole of her BB Bundle once every weekend for a relaxing pampering session and the Youth Boosting Retinol cream every night before bed. If she has an acne breakout, she avoids using her Derma Roller and finds that upwards derma rolling motions suit her skin better

Top tip: Neelam mixes her Indian Eraser Clay mask with water and a few drops of BaseLift’s Vitamin C and Hyaluronic Acid serum

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Name: Salma

Skin Concerns: Acne breakouts and stress acne made worse by wrong choice of product, weather conditions and personal issues

Fave BaseLift products: Magic Eraser Kit 

Skincare routine: Salma uses her Magic Eraser Kit once a week at night time

Top tip: Salma advises that derma rolling too many times on same spot may be painful and cause redness, what works best for her sensitive skin are perpendicular motions; up, down and sideways to prep her skin for the application of the BaseLift serum

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Name: Sarah

Skin Concerns: Dry skin, acne since last year

Fave BaseLift products: Indian Eraser Clay

Skincare routine: Sarah uses the BaseLift Indian Eraser Clay mask once or twice a week (depending on her skin’s condition) before bed

Top tip: Sarah finds that mixing the Indian Eraser mixed with water only, suits her dryness-prone skin better

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Name: Awais

Skin Concerns: Acne prone skin, indentation on cheeks, acne scars and blemishes

Fave BaseLift products: Derma roller for its practicality, quick results, effectiveness and how easy it is to use

Skincare routine: Awais moisturises his skin both during the day, and before bed. He sprays rosewater on his face every morning to refresh and gently wake his skin up

Top tip: Awais sprays (spray – do not rub in) rosewater on his face before and after derma rolling. He also moisturises his skin straight away after a derma rolling session which he usually does before bed.

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