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Member Since 09 May 2012
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In Topic: Liz Earle Hot Cloth Cleanser

01 October 2013 - 06:15 AM

I use Liz Earles cleanser, it really is amazing and worth every penny. I've repurchased it 3 times now

In Topic: Exposed Skincare Kit?

24 January 2013 - 03:51 AM

I've also been using the Exposed skin care kit for just over 3 months now and its cleared my skin up to 95%. I still get the odd clogged pore or pimple near my time of the month but apart from that I'm completely clear! No more cysts, blackheads gone, pimples dramatically reduced. I really really recommend this kit!

I follow the regimen relatively closely but only use the cleanser once a day (at night) instead of twice as it can be quite drying. In the morning I wash my face in the shower using a Clean & Clear morning burst wash. After my shower, I apply the exposed clearing tonic to a cotton pad and wipe all over my face and neck. While my face is still slightly moist I apply the acne treatment serum to any blemishes I have, but only a very small amount. Once it's completely dry I use the exposed moisturiser (mine doesn't have a bad smell at all it smells fine! And is really soothing on my skin)

At night I remove my make up with Liz Earle cleanse & polish hot cloth cleanser (I also credit this cleanser for helping clear up my sensitive skin, amazing!) and then wash my face with the exposed cleanser. After I dry my face I apply the exposed clear pore serum all over my face and let it dry. I LOVE this stuff!! It's helped clear up my pimples, calmed down my redness and helped fade my super red scars from previous cysts that I thought would never fade.

If I have any active pimples I use to acne treatment serum again on those areas, but only a very thin layer as it can be really drying.

This stuff has really helped keep my acne under control and my skin is the best it's looked in 10 years since my first acne breakout. I think exposed even carry a money back guarantee if their products don't work for you so you have nothing to lose! :)

In Topic: Really Need New Foundation That Won't Make Pores Look Larger! Current...

24 January 2013 - 03:34 AM

I also agree with the hate for Revlon Colorstay! I used to use it everyday just because it was super full coverage but it felt SO heavy and disgustingly greasy on my face. It was so hard to take off at the end of the day and I had so many clogged pores while using it.

I switched to L'oreal Infallible foundation a month ago and my skin has cleared up a lot! I'm convinced Colorstay was breaking me out cos it's sooo thick. I really recommend the Infallible foundation :) it's a medium coverage but can be buildable, and is a much thinner creamier consistency than Revlon. It feels really light and smooth on the face, and has a really natural finish. It covers all my redness and scars fine. Im super pale and the ivory shade matches my skin tone without being orange :) they have a good colour range and its affordable too.

In Topic: Clarisonic Mia

24 January 2013 - 03:15 AM

It's just a purging phase!! It's actually really common with the clarisonic, it cleans 6 times as deep as just using your hands so its getting rid of all the crap in your skin. You should stick it out and carry on using it,  your skin will start to clear up.

In Topic: Open Wound - Help Please

12 October 2012 - 02:46 PM

Really the best thing to do is to leave it alone. Keep a bandaid on it and apply Neosporin once or twice a day. Panic on top of more panic won't help it heal any faster.

I have a band aid over it right now with some antibiotic cream on it. The wound has developed a thin yellow-ish scab but it still seems like there is a lot of pus under the top layer of skin :( I don't want to squeeze it though and damage it even more. Will the pus or whatever it is go away as the wound heals itself?