Beauty therapist, 29, who suffered from severe eczema and acne, transforms her skin in 21 DAYS using a ‘miracle’ skincare range
- A beauty therapist with irritating acne and eczema turned to using Alya Skin
- Alissa Williams has tried a range of different products before, but nothing worked
- After discovering Alya Skin on Instagram, she decided to ‘give it a try’
- She bought the ‘Ultimate Skin Bundle’ for $103.95
- The three products worked so well that she noticed a difference within three weeks
A beauty therapist who has suffered from irritating skin problems including dermatitis, acne and eczema has transformed her skin in less than three weeks using three Australian products.
After trying a collection of different products from different brands, Alissa Williams, from South Australia, turned to Alya Skin in August 2019 after seeing an ad on Instagram.
Desperate to help her flared skin, the 29-year-old bought the brand’s Ultimate Skin bundle, which includes the popular pink clay mask, a pomegranate facial scrub exfoliator, Australian native berry moisturizer and a pink bamboo towel.
“I was quite skeptical before trying it, I didn’t think all the reviews would be 100 percent legit,” Alissa told FEMAIL.
“I noticed a huge visible difference within a few weeks, but it really only took once or twice to feel the difference.”
Alissa Williams, from South Australia, turned to Alya Skin in August 2019 after seeing an ad on Instagram (before and after photo)
The 29-year-old bought the brand’s Ultimate Skin bundle, which includes the popular pink clay mask, a pomegranate facial scrub exfoliator, Australian native berry moisturizer and a pink bamboo towel.
In addition to the redness and pain, Alissa’s skin was extremely dry but oily along her T-zone.
Before turning to Alya Skin, Alissa spent thousands of dollars trying different products, although nothing seems to offer a long-term solution.
Fortunately, the combination of a pink clay mask, exfoliator and moisturizer cleared her skin of all visible redness and breakouts, leaving her with a glowing complexion.
Besides the redness and soreness, Alissa’s skin was extremely dry but oily along her T-zone
Described as ‘Australia’s highest-rated’ clay mask alone, the Pink Clay Mask is designed to detoxify the skin while leaving an illuminating glow.
“Unlike many other clay masks I’ve tried, it gives you fresh, clean skin that looks and feels without feeling like you’ve lost all the moisture you have,” Alissa said.
“I mostly use the clay mask as a spot treatment at night or at least a few hours before bed.”
The pomegranate facial exfoliator, priced at $29.95, gently exfoliates the skin to fight acne, inflammation and redness with the help of vitamin C.
The Australian Native Berry Moisturizer is also rich in antioxidants, Vitamin C and Vitamin E to promote collagen production and repair skin.
Without a doubt the most popular product of the Alya Skin range is the Australian Pink Clay Mask, which has received thousands of positive reviews online and on social media.
The brand has also released other products, including the Vitamin C supercharged serum and the foaming micellar cleanser
“I’m fully aware that it didn’t cure my eczema, but it certainly helps keep the breakouts at bay while heavily hydrating the rest of my face!” said Alissa.
The Ultimate Bundle Skincare range is available online and has received over 1150 customer reviews.
The brand has also released other products, including the Vitamin C supercharged serum and the foaming micellar cleanser.
What is acne and what causes it?
Ance is a recurring skin condition that affects millions of people around the world
Acne occurs when the pores of the skin become clogged with oil, bacteria, dead skin cells or dirt
Acne occurs almost everywhere on your body. It usually develops on your face, back, neck, chest and shoulders
If you have acne, you will usually see white or black pimples. Both blackheads and blackheads are called comedones