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About SoSassy234

  • Birthday 05/15/1990

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    Singing, talking, laughing, living, loving, listening to music. I'm usually up for anything that won't get me killed... Or pregnant...
  1. Well, I think it depends on what you're looking for. Some masks help cleanse, some help exfoliate, some help moisturize. I don't like masks because they make my face feel really weird while it's on my face and it's always itchy afterwards. You could try St. Ives Apricot Mask for starters.
  2. I don't think you're allergic. That just may be the way you skin reacts. If you aren't uncomfortable and it's actually working, I would say keep using it if no other adverse effects come into play.
  3. Oh, wow. That sucks. Did you get your money back?
  4. Worst products: *Anything made by Neutrogena *Stridex... Made me all splotchy *Clean and Clear Cream Cleanser *Apricot Face Mask *ProActiv Best products: *AcneFree... Well, it's stopped working for me now, but it was awesome while it lasted *St. Ives Apricot Scrub (dunno why the mask caused so many problems)
  5. Sure wish I could eat what I want and not gain anything. My family has moderate to severe acne. My mom gets the occasional pimple when she's hormonal, as I do, but a lot of my family members have acne so bad and have been scarred to such an extent that you can barely tell what color their real skin is. Also, we're not skinny. We're not fat, but we have some meat on us, lol. (butts and breasts!) Me and my mom have been trying to break the gene of bad acne and we have been sort of winning halfway.
  6. I use Dove moisturizer. It won't help with acne, but it soothes your skin and is SPF 15, lol. I know that isn't much, but it's something. Also, it isn't heavy and the bottle lasts you for months because it only takes a small amount. It also helps even your skin tone. Neutrogena sucks with whatever products they put on the market. They dry my skin out HORRIBLY and make me break out worse than before. I would stay away from their products.
  7. Really? I knew their products sucked, and they haven't been helpful and they are losing business in their skin care products. but I had no idea they would go this low in taking their original crappy products and just reselling them. Oh, yeah. I totally believe they would sink that low. They KNOW their crap sucks and they are trying to make it seem like they are getting more personal and "getting to know your skin". Whatever, yo. It's so sad that they will trick people into buying the same thing
  8. I hope it helps too! Remember, keep your fingers away from your face while it's healing! You're welcome!
  9. Not necessarily true. Some treatments bring up all the stuff (bacteria/sebum, etc.) held directly under the epidermis. Proactiv did for me and a few friends. It should start to clear within a week or more. It all depends. It does suck to have to look worse before looking better, but that's just how some products work.
  10. I think it's total BS. I actually took the ID thing yesterday. I think it's weird how you can't find the ingredients in the products anywhere and they are only labeled "Moisturizer" or "Cleanser". The questions they ask you aren't as in depth as they try to make you believe they are on the commercial. It's basically like a mock dermatologist appointment, only it's free and they aren't looking at your face/they aren't asking as many questions. Personally, I am not about to spend 30 dollars on a "
  11. Heh. Did you know that Benzoyl Peroxide actually does burn your face? Yeah. It literally burns your face. You proably haven't had this problem prior to today because you were either using a smaller amount or the topical treatment had a lower dose of BP in it. All you can do is wait for it to heal. I would apply some neosporin or other antibiotic ointment. When I was using Proactiv, I had small burns on my face, too. Thanks to the *kickass* repairing lotion. So, yeah. I wouldn't apply make up b