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Clarisonic Day 2



So, against what I said in my last post, I decided to use the Clarisonic last night. I guess my excitement has gotten the best of me.

I used it last night with the Nuetrogena Pink Grapefruit Cream Cleanser and only used the Clarisonic on the lowest speed (factory speed) for 1 minute. Woke up this morning with one zit on the left side of my face, kind of near my hairline, and one on my jawline-- which is an unusual place for me to get them. Both are really small just little white head things that I could probably pop but I'm not going to... I'm slowly trying to teach myself that that will only make them worse.

I also had a previous very small zit right in between my eyes- how cute. This was present before my use of the Clarisonic and seemed to be getting a bit worse, so i popped it this morning. Funny how quick I contradict myself ^^^.

But anyway, if this is a preview of the purge phase, I definitely think I can handle it. These small, little whiteheads aren't so bad, and with the proper treatment (and no touching!!) will be gone in just a couple of days.

Still unsure of if i'm going to use the clarisonic tonight. I have a big weekend coming up and I'm not sure I want to risk breaking out my face...

Daily routine:


Woke up, worked out

Showered, washed face with African Black Soap & moisturized with Aveeno Positively Radiant Intensive Night Cream

After work/late evening:

Wiped off eye make up with a wipe

Wiped off face make up with Neutrogena Pink Grapefruit wipes

Before bed:

Clarisonic'ed for one minute with Neutrogena Pink Grapefruit Cream Cleanser

Rinsed with a very small amount of African Black Soap (even as a new user, I almost swear by this stuff)

Moisturized with Aveeno Positively Radiant Intensive Night Cream

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Your regimen sounds good but it is missing acne fighters. What about tretinoin. amoxicillin, cephalexin, benzaclin, duac, ziana, epiduo, accutane, clindamycin and last but not least, benzoyl peroxide?

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