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Esthetician Reacts | 38 Step Skincare Routine From Riverdale's Madelaine Petsch's Beauty Secrets

Feb 27, 2020
It hits my face so girl I know you got money but don't waste it Madeline patches 38

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this is kind of crazy she's from Riverdale and Vogue recently posted this so let's dive into those I don't know or I'm new here hi my name is Cassandra Bankson , I am a licensed medical

esthetician

and although I have worked alongside and under dermatologists, I am NOT a doctor or dermatologist, I have been a

beauty

expert in the industry for over 10 years and have suffered from acne for over 15 years, which you think I would have gotten over by now, but genetics had other ideas.
esthetician reacts 38 step skincare routine from riverdale s madelaine petsch s beauty secrets
However, I love to analyze, examine, and learn from different

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s and this is one that I couldn't. I clicked 38

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s faster as if korean skincare routine was intense. I don't know if this is clickbait or if they are real, but we'll find out. Cheryl blossom and today i am going to b share with you some of my

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for a day full of meetings and i would like to take my time if it means i have to take an extra two hours in the morning i will it is the tools my favorite thing in the planet I use so many beauty tools so first up is this really cool little ball of ice.
esthetician reacts 38 step skincare routine from riverdale s madelaine petsch s beauty secrets

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I put it in an ice bucket today, but I usually keep it in my freezer and it just pops out on my face. You don't have one. of these at home i just recommend sticking your face in an ice cube for 20 seconds it literally does it so using chilled tools or gadgets like this is great they can puff up deep under the eyes can help soothe inflamed skin However, I don't recommend sticking your face in an ice cube for 20 seconds, but I've done this before, let's break this down, have you ever held ice in the palm of your hand until it started to sting, burn, or numb?
esthetician reacts 38 step skincare routine from riverdale s madelaine petsch s beauty secrets
The same thing can happen to your face if it is exposed to cold temperatures for an extended period of time its t The geminal nerve is one of the twelve cranial nerves and is responsible for giving sensation and sensation to the entire face. Now when we put our face under water, whether it's hot or cold, there's an automatic biological response that actually slows down our heart rate and helps us. relax unfortunately there is a small number of people whose trigeminal nerve is not working properly and it is possible that by putting it directly on the skin you can damage it and if the nerve is not sending that pain signal correctly to the brain it could end up damaged You could also get your brain freeze again .
esthetician reacts 38 step skincare routine from riverdale s madelaine petsch s beauty secrets
It's not the worst thing in the world, but don't stick your face in an ice bucket for twenty seconds. that's under my skin when i booked the show i feel like you're on camera all the time and people are like she's not talking about this but i see a little bit of erythema erythema is this skin redness isn't necessarily bad , it's a symptom i get even when i touch my skin but i'm interested to see if any of the products you're going to use are going to talk about this or i really loved that it didn't cleanse my face at all in the morning.
I'm lovin 'it. First she put on a toner and the one she made is fantastic. Rene gloss does fantastic skincare but it's so expensive when i just checked he's like thirty five. six bucks for a very small six ounce amount of product, but it's good and made for sensitive skin. lots of antioxidants that could help soothe skin and soothe redness fantastic yes we love it and acme positive skincare self conscious queen thank you thank you got this cute little tool from sicily i used under my eyes and this cream, which is most of my tools, as it should be, does not explain what eye cream you are using.
I think eye creams are crap. Here's why, but depending on the formula, the eye cream and tool you're using probably packs the most punch. than the cream well here's more on my thoughts on my vitamin c serum and i said vitamin because i didn't make fun of his same set of freaks which is funny so just a couple drops of this bad boy definitely I think my skin has changed since I've been on the show and you can look at your face 24/7. It is very difficult not to have breakouts. However, I started doing my own makeup on the show and that really changed my skin because I can control what happens. that and other stuff below and most didn't explain what vitamin c you're using but i like that you're patting it on you're using it in the morning totally fine um would love for you to meet that anxiety of exploding and not wanting other people to touch your face I connect.
I've never seen Riverdale, but I connect. Tessa and Cheryl's makeup looks have definitely evolved over the years. At first, it was very heavy, so my skin broke out all the time. bad cystic acne in season one i change her makeup according to whats going on in the scene and what her mood is it feels more like something i would really do as if she was an extra girl so its nice to be able to incorporate her makeup, which is something she would absolutely do about what was going on in the scene and what her mood is.
I really like doing this. This is a little damp. It has small pieces. the sunscreen she's using is SPF 30 which is great, it's a chemical physical mix. Personally, I only like physical sunscreens, as long as your erythema isn't triggered by the active ingredient. Alright, the sunscreen also doubles as skin care because it has a little bit of green tea in it, a little bit of licorice extract, which are great antioxidants, and there's actually added vitamin C from ascorbic acid in here, which they show some medical studies may slightly increase the effectiveness of sunscreen, so that's Fantastic and it all looks good for acne-prone skin.
The girl did her homework. I don't know her, but now I want a Touchchat water cream, so Tatcha is one of those brands that I'm a little hesitant about the ingredients in it. ok but i found that when i use some of her products on oily skin they don't always work the best and for about sixty to ninety dollars per product it's really worth it if it works for her. I'm glad but also the water moisturizer is very light I'd say your sunscreen is a pretty good moisturizer unless your skin really needs it but that's ok the new pro face is a microcurrent device and it's one in home, it's not as powerful as it could be, but it's good because if you're using it at home you don't want to electrocute your face by using it incorrectly.
Microcurrent machines work by shooting small amounts of electricity into a person's skin, and naturally mimic the electricity our bodies provide. you've thought about it your heart the reason it even beats is because of electrical pulses fun fact so microcurrents use a similar force to stimulate your cells the idea is it helps stimulate them so your cell renewal factor is how quickly your skin cells are renewed. increases technically it could decrease swelling due to lymphatic drainage it could help your body regenerate adenosine triphosphate ATP which is the energy your whole body uses to function it could stimulate collagen and it is very expensive the device is amazing I recommend it , but it's like 300 bucks and if you get a medical degree from seeing an

esthetician

or getting a facial at a dermatologist's office, it can be thousands of dollars depending.
I found the device, it's amazing that I'm using it. I'm just counting all the money we've already spent and we're only three minutes into the video. My wallet is having an anxiety attack. I should connect to an ECG. for these videos so that we can see the electrical impulses of my heart and how my body is literally sweating and reacting viscerally to the things that you are doing to your skin if I don't have face cream it hits my face so it's very important to put on your face cream seven times on each side and then I go to the chin she hasn't mentioned this either but she goes from insertion to origin when it comes to her facial muscles and again because of where the lymph nodes are if she has facial swelling from the that she spoke or if you need to manually stimulate the lymphatics in your face and circulation and this is a great way to do it congratulations let's get to the lips. and T The size of your lips.
I love this little one. It's like a really cute lip scrubber. to your right on your lips, so do this before I told you not to do it in the morning because you don't want to exfoliate your lips before going out in the sun, but because she's on set and it's totally makeup prep. It makes sense, she says that she has dark circles. I don't see dark circles. I see a little swelling which again using that cool tool might calm the girl down. I know you have money but don't waste it on eye creams most of it is tati poop doodoo and a waste of money expensive scented moisturizers that do nothing I am a firm believer in there is no such thing as too much skincare but too much makeup so i think there is such a thing as both and 38 steps has me questioning but maybe there is something i don't know wait, does this include her makeup? oh that's why it's 38 steps dark better so this is amazing the pore benefit primer for perfection is one i used a ton. modeling is vegan I am personally vegan for ethical reasons that's why I stopped using the benefit because as of now the benefit is still tested on animals selling in china.
I choose not to do that. I wonder if his veganism is for ethical reasons or if it is dietary. reasons either way i hope she looks at other primers here are three that are cruelty free that work just as well if not better i personally would recommend a little thats a lot but i really really like it so the first season i loved it with the Miss Lilly Reinhart her friend on the show and I didn't know much about skin care back then or I guess she thought she did but she didn't so she would pull my blackheads out and she taught me a lot about skin care in those moments so very grateful to her, it's a funny look.
I've learned something from being on the show with so many amazing, strong, powerful women. We all have such different skin that honestly I just do what works for you. does not work at all for my skin. The camera uses a lot of products that would never work on my skin, so I'll find you, it works for you, so I have a neck cream. I am 25 years old and I have a neck cream. I don't need a neck cream. Neck creams are like eye creams. They are shit. A lost of money. you don't need a neck cream but you know you do that's great my mom always wears her products down to her cleavage and i feel like you learned a lot of your great beauty

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from your mom my mom has a lot of kids that some people do my mom is almost 60 she rides motorcycles and is usually covered in mud up to her knees so the beauty rules for us are a bit inverted but i would love to meet Madeline's mom.
I would love to see her mom's skin care routine. in south africa and that's why sunscreen is so important in my daily routine because they are so afraid of sun spots starting, in fact my father had skin cancer a couple of years ago and that's from being an african son for so long and since i am so fond of sun protection for that reason now that it is horrible like skin cancer basal cell carcinoma and as terrifying as that experience must have been for her and her family. I am so happy that you learned a lesson from using sunscreen and to educate the rest of us and all of you Vogue viewers to understand the incredible importance of dr.
Jamie roller oh my gosh you don't need them the crystals no scientific evidence to back it up but nurse Jamie is an expert she's super sweet in person super smart and her skin is pretty good she's expensive but if you have the money to fly. it's good now this is where it gets a little weird ok normally I would travel with perfume bottles however recently I've gotten into rose oil and this is what I use for perfume I love it this is a small one. I also travel with this amazing essential oil roll-on I bought in Vancouver, at least it's not doTERRA, these are Lotus pennies and only some people will hate essential oils in a feminine way as long as you're not ingesting or using them in the place of prescription drugs it really isn't that bad as long as your skin doesn't react negatively to this ok but if she was sitting with her head in my hands complaining of breakouts in this area i would ask her what products for the hair you're using and what's in that essential oil you're using, so be aware that there are other products, like your perfumes, your hair care products, even your laundry detergents, that can inevitably have an impact on certain people with sensitive skin so keep that in mind and i also travel with this inmy bag often smells great so if i just want a little this is potent so just putting a little in anything rose scented is my favorite thing on the planet that's why i have rose and vanilla you're not the deodorant Schmitz this is like the only deodorant i would ever wear oh my gosh i love it i love there is a marketing i tested my girlfriend on the show and also like my best friend in real life she introduced me to natural deodorants and taught me so much on why the regular diff is good for you so i found this one this is the only one that works for me in this fun time i was actually an underarm model for this brand once and now you know this: hydration.
I always forget to drink water in the morning. I am trying to improve. Thanks. I take a probiotic which are all very good for your skin. your gut health It's the first thing that will make your skin break out so I take two of these good ones but tell us which probiotics because a lot of probiotics are a waste of money and we've done the whole video explaining why some probiotics are a waste of money money. money and why some are good which you can see here open in a new tab let's continue so i've been plant based my whole life.
My parents raised me like this. highlighter this is chanel deep khaki she proceeds to do her makeup routine which even though i have experience as a makeup artist and have a job not a makeup artist before i'm not here to criticize her makeup i think she looks great we can let her that job to Robert Welsh if you don't know who Robert Walsh is he is a makeup artist he has James Walsh's twin brother they also do reaction videos to things like this I highly recommend this reaction video was inspired by the format some of my favorite youtubers they do like hiram robert walsh james walsh susan yara skincare all good things.
In fact, I'll link to the Vogue video as well as other fun reaction videos below and if there's anyone else out there that has a skincare routine you want me to critique or learn from. Madeline and I apparently love a growth mindset and this girl knows her skincare so it wasn't clickbait it was actually 38 steps I'm just an idiot we didn't realize that included makeup too that is what you get for not watching the video before i react oh well let me know who i react to next and in the meantime make sure you have the like button and subscribe button if you don't already has done.
Another video about the science behind some skin care products can be found here and I can't wait to see you all in this one. Remember to be you to feel you inside and out and I will see you here. I love you, bye.

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