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Some imperfections are endearing (think: Lauren Hutton's famous smile), but there are certain flaws we’d prefer to keep under wraps. Lucky for us, Paula’s Choice RESIST BHA 9 for Stubborn Imperfections tackles acne scars, rosacea, wrinkles, blemishes, and so much more.
I was skeptical at first, because so many products claim to fix skin problems. However, I was presently surprised by this. Stubborn bumps I had on my face shrank, and when a new zit popped up, I applied this product and it sped up the healing process.4
I had a small sample so it was hard to tell if it made a difference but in the mean time it didn't feel great on my skin, a bit tacky.2
im kinda iffy about this product.
i like it but i dont so its hard to say really how i truly feel about it. it makes my skin feel weird but it does what its supposed to. so its a win lose type of product
The formula of the product is oily. I put it on my face a few times before bedtime, I have a few dark spots Id like to be rid of. But my skin is super oily, and this product causes a bit of a break out. But I did see a little improvement, but I started to breakout.3
Not only did it not work, the bottle is so small I got to try like 3 times before it ran out I'd be much happier with a little bit more to try2
The serum was kind of thick and didn't really feel too great on my skin. The sample was also really tiny so it's hard to say if I liked it or not.3
For any one who has any stubborn little imperfections on your face, this is the product for you! Works fast to remove redness. This product did sting a little on broken skin but the feeling subsided quickly. I would highly recommend this to anyone.5
This is a great product for fixing small flaws on your face- wrinkles, dark spots, etc. I had never tried any Paula's Choice products before but they seem to be effective.3
Fantastic product to help minimize those horrid spots4
This isn't the type of product I normally go for, because I don't necessarily see the benefits immediately. Maybe given a little more time with it, a larger sample or a few more uses, I would've gotten more out of it.3