#FrostyVoxBox From Influenster

As you have seen from some of my recent product review posts, I received a VoxBox from Influenster.  Now, if you’ve never heard of Influenster before, it is a lovely community of social influencers sharing information and recommendations about products. On the Influenster website their definition is below:

Influenster is a community of tastemakers, social media hotshots, and educated consumers who live to give opinions of products and experiences. In Influenster Nation, influence is currency.

Throughout my time as a member of Influenster Nation, I have received several VoxBoxes and have not once been disappointed. This box is themed #FrostyVoxBox and contained a mix of items ranging from makeup and beauty to food and drink items.


I did a video review of the products too. You can see it here.

Until Next Time,

I received these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes. All opinions are my own. 

2 thoughts on “#FrostyVoxBox From Influenster

  1. I’m 16 and never I’m 16 and never suffered from acne up until about 2-3 mnthos ago, which comes in big angry spots. I hate gettin spots but the one thing i’m most worried about is them scarrin! I was never conscious without make up but now i am so i wear it alot and i’m afraid thats damaging it more? Nothing has changed in my diet, maybe its just my age? My question is tho, do you think one can have acne and with the right skincare or time their skin can repair with none or very little scarring? Was this answer helpful?

    • Yes, I definitely think that with time and products, scarring will heal. That is, if you don’t let it get too out of hand in your youth. If you have severe acne and it is creating deep pit marks, those scars are much more likely to remain into adulthood and may need professional treatment to clear. For your acne in you teens, wash your face at night, never sleep in makeup, use an all-over face treatment, such as one with salicylic acid or benzyl peroxide in it. I really like Murad skin clearing solutions (though I have to tell you that I didn’t discover it until much later than my teens). If you feel it is still severe, see a dermatologist for a prescription topical or even an oral antibiotic. Hope this was helpful!

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