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POTATO! yes, I said...potato.

Ana BaNaNa *-~*.'


OMG POTATO !!! Okay, I recently started the potato treatment, wich consist of rubbing a sliced raw potato on your face and wait for the juice to penetrate your skin.

I read about it about a week ago...heres a little description of what's it do:

Potato juice will clean the skin, its enzymes acting as a natural antiseptic useful for killing off the bacteria which cause acne outbreaks. In this way potato juice will indeed cure acne, but not the scars untreated acne leaves behind. Once the damage has been done, the scars cannot be removed. This does not mean that potato juice is of no use to aid the skin in healing. What people do not realize is that, though the scars are there to stay, they can be lightened and shrunk, making them less visible.

I've been only doing this for 4 days, and I already see results!! seriously, you feel stupid rubbing a potato on your face... :| but it works for me! my scars actually ligthen, and a little rash on my right cheek seem less apparent. Potatoes have a natural skin-lightening enzyme that can be placed underneath the eyes to brighten dark circles and to dark scar pigmentation. Contains chlorine, vitamins and antioxidants.

I use it twice a day, mornng and night, I simply let the juice dry on my skin before applying moisturizer. I will continue on with this treatment, and see if I get more results!


1 Comment

Cool, I'm always for natural remedies. I've heard of potatoes before but I've never tried them. Hope it continues working for you! :)

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