But how, you ask? How can that shiny, goopy product not clog pores? Well, dear reader, it has to do with the size of its molecules, which are actually too large to fit into your pores, making Vaseline completely non-comedogenic and safe for even the most acne-prone (seriously, there are even published studies to prove it). Of course, your mileage may vary—and make sure to patch test first, just in case your skin is in the minority of Vaseline-haters—but regardless, who would have thought that babying your poor, broken-out skin would actually make it look better? Actually, probably whoever first said you catch more flies with honey than vinegar, and to also kill people with kindness, and OK, MOM, WE GET IT. So go pick up a jar of Vaseline ASAP, and get ready to be a slug-life devotee, too.
Price-wise, I thought the ESPADA is pretty affordable (although I received mine as a gift) especially with the discount at Sephora now. It is a lot cheaper than another similar product by Tria (not available in Singapore) due to the fact that this does not require additional or changeable cartridges which will collectively cost more than the device itself in the long run. There are a handful of other products in the Singapore market that use similar technology (such as SKIN INC’s Optimizer Voyage Tri-Light and Clariancy’s Tanda Clear ) but cost at least a hundred dollars more.
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