I never bothered myself with proper skin care nor beauty regimen during my early years. But when I reached my mid-30s, that’s when I began checking appropriate products that could match my skin requirements. Not because the product was widely advertised on TV and print ads, but because, that’s what my skin needs.

I’m not sure if it has something to do with the ageing process I am in right now, or the unpredictable weather that sometimes makes one stressed causing skin problems and breakouts but I really get worried and uncomfortable seeing my face dry, flaking and scaling especially around my nose.


I can’t stand the day without applying a facial moisturizer. But that’s just not enough. I still find myself applying an extra amount of moisturizer to the affected areas of my face in between, especially when we are out. I’m glad I’ve discovered another product that my skin settled with, finally. No breakouts! Thanks to Celeteque Hydration – Gentle Exfoliating Facial Wash (with Dual Vitamin Nourishing Beads)!!


How Celeteque Dermoscience HYDRATION Gentle Exfoliating Facial Wash works?

(1) It has Dual Vitamin Nourishing Beads, infused with Vitamins E and C that gently burst to helps nourish and protect the skin. The beads do not hurt nor give any burning sensation at all, and that’s what I love about it (compared to other products that I have already tried before).
(2) It has sphere-shaped microbeads for gentle yet effective facial exfoliation.

Of course, another reason why I settled with this is that it is dermatologist tested.


Not only that, it is also:

a) Non-comedogenic
b) Hypo-allergenic
c) Fragrance-free

I felt the difference before and after use. My face was no doubt moisturized that I actually do not need to put any moisturizing cream on afterwards but because I am used to it, I still apply it. Just another good find!

Mitch Carvalho

A full-time home-based Marketing Manager by day, 24/7 Mom, and a Blogger at any time. I’m 43 and proud. Mom of Derelle & Erchelle, sharing my adventures as I walk through motherhood and having to do most things on my own while my Indian national husband works miles away from home.