- A lady has shared her journey of combating acne and blemishes with a skincare routine costing less than N1,000
- Some viewers praised the product’s effectiveness, while others expressed dissatisfaction, claiming it had adverse effects on them
- Many users are now seeking information on where to purchase the mentioned skincare product
In a TikTok video, a lady with the handle @gigi_herrlich stunned netizens with the transformation of her face.
She shared her experience of finding a skincare product priced under N1,000 that she claims resolved her acne issues.
Lady shares amazing transformation of her face
Photo credit: @gigi_herlich/TikTok.Source: TikTok
Lady’s acne prone face shows drastic improvement
In an impressive video, she showcased her raw and unfiltered face under different lighting conditions, demonstrating the positive results she achieved after using a soap.
“POV: You found a skincare product of less than N1,000 that solved your acne problem. After using soap. This is my face now, raw and unfiltered in different lighting conditions.”
Mixed reactions from netizens trail video of lady’s facial transformation
Netizens had varying reactions to Gigi_herrlich’s TikTok video. Some users supported her claims, stating that the affordable product had also worked wonders for their skin.
On the other hand, some expressed disappointment, mentioning that the same product worsened their skin conditions.
Other TikTok users expressed interest in obtaining the skincare product mentioned by Gigi_herrlich.
“My own jam soap is not jamming.”
“I have been using for almost a month nothing changed or it becoming worse sef.”
@Zowie blaq reacted:
“Who’s in ph? I could help you get it, it works tho. Currently using the rice milk.”
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“I am definitely trying this.”
“Oh my God I used this before and it gave me glass skin. But couldn’t find anymore had to change.”
“Which of the jam soap is good for acne prone oily skin.”
@Dabere Ifeanacho reacted:
“I stay in Asaba, please can I get it and how much is the way bill.”
“Are you in lagos? how much do you sell please?”
“Honestly, jam soap is the bomb. I stopped using it early this year and then I started battling with sunburn, na TikTok Remind me oo I just ran back.”
Watch the video below:
20-year-old lady with skin condition speaks
Meanwhile, THETALK.NG previously reported that rising from the ashes of stigmatization and mockery, a young Nigerian lady is living her dream and inspiring people on social media. Adelaja Ewawunmi has freckles and vitiligo that has given her skin a mixed look.
The 20-year-old said she had initially covered it up with make-up but developed courage with time. In an interview with BBC News Pidgin, Ewawunmi said she still cannot explain where the courage and love for her skin came from. She stated that her mother had spent heavily on medications and treatment for the restoration of her skin but gave up and came to accept that it may be a permanent condition.
Presently, the lady models for international brands and is also a video vixen. Ewawunmi recounted her experience with a cream vendor who thought she was a spirit. According to the editorial model, she had gone to purchase cream at the woman’s shop only to be directed to leave the shop premises on the basis that creams cannot be sold to a non-human.