Corderm Products review

Corderm Products review

Good evening! This is going to be a 4 in 1 post. I’m going to review four products tonight. I’ve posted about my December 2013 mini haul. I think trying out for almost four months is okay to say if a skincare product worked or not. Let’s start. πŸ™‚

CorDerm Clinda +Β Azelaic Toner


  • It did not sting
  • Did not irritate my skin
  • Cleansed my skin really well at night
  • A little goes a long way because my dermatologist instructed me to use it once a day
  • Affordable


  • Did not control the oiliness of my skin

Β  Β  Β  Overall, it’s still a good toner. My skin is really sensitive so it’s nice that it didn’t sting unlike other toners. I did not expect big improvements on my skin since this is just a toner. The only problem is it didn’t help to control the oiliness of my skin which is what I’m looking for in a product.

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December 2013 Mini Haul + CorDerm Clinic review

December 2013 Mini Haul + CorDerm Clinic review

I was supposed to post this last December. Haha. Sorry if it’s late. πŸ˜›

I finally had the courage to visit a dermatologist again. It’s because I’ve read a lot of positive feedback on CorDerm Advanced Dermatology and Laser Center. I was nervous when the nurse called my name but I was relaxed because Dra. Corcoran was calm and very nice when I talked to her. She did not force me to buy any of the products and avail services. She understands that I’m still a student so I’m on a tight budget. She was accommodating and the nurses as well. πŸ™‚

She recommended these items. I didn’t buy the sunblock and the meds for balancing hormones. I bought these because I think they’re the most important. πŸ™‚


From left to right: Acne Soap, CorDerm Clinda + Read more