TikTok’s Latest Skincare Trend – SheKnows

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If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to have a facial under $20, Versed has the latest trending solution. The best part: you don’t have to leave your home. Versed’s Doctor’s Visit, an instant resurfacing mask, recently went viral on TikTok for its luminescent results. Not only are IRL (and expensive) facial appointments a thing of the past, but they’re also selling out quickly in stores. One reviewer said she recently had trouble finding it anywhere, I live in the Chicago area and have to say it was very hard to find this product in store! I had to travel everywhere. If you manage to get hold of this coveted product, it is very affordable at $17.99. And the golden, jelly-like texture feels like gold mine, but for your skin. With AHA, BHA, and enzyme-infused exfoliation, the Resurfacing Mask restores your face’s natural tone with a brighter, smoother finish.

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Versed Doctor’s Visit Instant Resurfacing Mask

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Courtesy of Versed.

The doctor’s visit takes two minutes to work while visible results begin to show after four uses, according to Versed. Your skin will continue to improve the longer you use it, but only apply the mask once a week, ideally in the evening, as it can be a bit harsh on the skin. The face mask uses its acid-based ingredients to reduce hyperpigmentation while removing dead skin. It also includes pineapple and papaya enzymes that moisturize and soften the skin. As a result, the enzymes provide supreme shine that makes Doctor’s Visit a trendy skincare product that everyone needs on their top shelf.

When using Doctor’s Visit, apply a thin, even layer to dry skin for three minutes. Keep in mind to avoid the use of other acid and retinoid products for 24 hours before and after each application.

A few reviewers said that this resurfacing face mask had a slight tingling sensation. Skin may also briefly appear pink after use due to its acidic ingredients. Versed mentions that this product may not be ideal for sensitive skin. So instead they suggest using The Shortcut Overnight Facial Peel as a gentler option.

Hurry, now that TikTok is on board, it might be hard to snag that pro-grade mask. Collect it while you can!

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