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TECA 1% Barrier Cream

17th July, 2018
The cream that everyone has been waiting for is finally here. By Wishtrend created a solution for acne scarring, pigmentation spots, dull skin, dry skin, blackheads, and dry patches…but what about strengthening the skin to prevent all of that? No worries, we got you covered with the TECA 1% Barrier Cream.
 
What is it?
The TECA 1% Barrier Cream is a spot treatment for post acne care. When a pimple has been extracted what can you do to prevent makeup and impurities from entering the open wound? Put a bandaid on it? Stick a pimple patch on it? Yes a pimple patch may work, but it may not be the best solution since the tackiness of the patch may suffocate the surrounding pores, causing more breakouts!! So what does the TECA 1% Barrier Cream do? Well it creates a protective layer to keep moisture and active ingredients within the skin to strengthen, calm, and improve the skin. In short, it heals the skin, which is perfect for when you extract a pimple since the top layer of the skin has been damaged.
 
Why Did We Make the TECA 1% Barrier Cream?
We first started our brand with the Pure Vitamin C 21.5 Advanced Serum and extended the Vitamin Line with the Natural Vitamin 21.5 Enhancing Sheet Mask and the Maximizing 75 Cream. After the Vitamin Line, we created the Mandelic Acid 5% Skin Prep Water. With our product, we were focused on creating products that are concentrated with great ingredients to give people the results they want to see after using our products. But, for some, the high amount of these effective ingredient may be a little too much, especially for those with extremely sensitive skin. We began getting requests from our fans to create a product that was more mild, something that could heal and soothe the skin.
 
You asked, so we answered with a product packed full of ingredients that restored and improved the skin’s condition such as Asiatic Acid, Asiaticoside, and Madecassic Acid which are all active ingredients of centella asiatica. Centella asiatica is known for treating burns, accelerating wound healing, repairing the skin, protection from sun damages, treating hyperpigmentation, reducing sky dryness, and improving the skin’s protective barrier function. Because of the soothing properties of centella asiatica, our fans can now heal and improve their skin faster than ever before, especially after extracting a pimple or experiencing any skin damages. For the TECA 1% Barrier Cream, we made sure that it was suitable for all skin types, especially those with sensitive and acne prone skin types or those who could not enjoy the Vitamin Line. Instead of using the Vitamin Line to brighten and fade acne scars, you can now prevent acne scars with the TECA 1% Barrier Cream.
 
Response to the TECA 1% Barrier Cream
After launching the TECA 1% Barrier Cream to the global market, there were a lot of positive feedback for its fast results. Many people applied the spot treatment on their acne daily and saw their acne calm down and fade within 4 days. Others were shocked to see that their hyperpigmentation spots were fading so quickly. For more reviews, please check out our pinterest board!
 
As always, we are extremely happy to see that our fans are seeing the results they want to see. It definitely encourages us to continue creating more product that addresses our fan’s skincare concerns.
 
TECA 1% Barrier Cream FAQ
Q. Can I use it during day and night?
A. Yes. Can be used both day and night. For day, can be used before or after makeup. It can even be used throughout the day.
 
Q. Can I use Vitamin C with the TECA 1% Barrier Cream?
A. Yes, the TECA 1% Barrier Cream can be used with Vitamin C. They will not inhibit the effects of each other. Vitamin C is great for fading existing acne scars and the TECA 1% Cream is great for preventing acne scars and healing the skin after any skin damages (extractions) so it is great to use both if you are concerned with fading acne scars.
 
Q. Is the TECA 1% Barrier Cream vegan?
A. It is cruelty free, but not vegan.

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