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Running out of entry title ideas here!



Still clear, ALMOST had a zit pop up on my cheek, probably caused from PMS, since i forgot to take aleve one night, but it stopped in its tracks after two nights of upping my BP to three pumps, and spot treating with my neutrogena AHA lotion (No idea if it works or not, but having that little blob of white on the zit makes me feel better, i'm a total spot treat-aholic.)

Switched to ceraVe hydrating cleanser because i couldn't find dove or any of the others at the store, and i wasn't going to spend 15 minutes digging around, i feel so self conscious in the skin care isle, so far it feels... really nice, not a bit drying whatsoever, so lets hope i don't breakout from it.

Also switched shampoos from Head and shoulders classic to Herbal essences long term relationship, since i've never had a scented, girly shampoo before, and it smells amazing, and i'm having my hair down more often, so if i breakout around my temples/forehead, its most likely from the shampoo, but i've never had trouble with that kind of thing before, so its all good.

And finally, lately i've been -exfoliating- more often, and by that i mean rubbing all the dead skin off my face until it feels smooth and none come off no matter how hard i rub in the shower, i've been doing this on and off since i started the regimen, and it hasn't broken me out once, but it makes my skin feel clean and normal for once, and not as -soggy-, just wanted to share that bit.

That is all (Gotta stop saying that)


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