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skincarenewbie

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Cos De Baha Azelaic Acid vs. Axis Y Glow Serum

Anyone used both of this? Which serum do you prefer when it comes on lightening acne marks (red and brown-ish)?
Dark Spot Correcting Glow Serum

AXIS-Y
Dark Spot Correcting Glow Serum

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Azelaic Acid 10% Serum with Niacinamide

Cos de Baha
Azelaic Acid 10% Serum with Niacinamide

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Sunflowerr

Dry/Sensitive

I haven't use cos de baha but it's already in my wishlist. About Axis-y, I love it a lot! I can see some changes on my dark spot in about 2 weeks which is more lighter. But I just used the trial one because the full size is a bit pricey for me
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Cedric

Oily/Resilient

azelaic acid is better when it comes to targeting both PIE and PIH. the Axis y one contains just niacinamide to help in brightening, which you can get almost anywhere and is even included in the cos de baha serum. I've used the cos de baha and I think it broke me out due to the essential oils. but you can give it a try!
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aroseisarose

Oily/Sensitive

I swear by the Cos de Baha serum! It has worked wonders for my acne and dark spots.
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lhs

Oily/Sensitive

ooohh that’s very tempting…should i give it a try
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BlueNWhite

Dry/Sensitive

Just from the ingredients listed of both products, the Cos de Baha serum seems more effective in lightening acne marks.
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