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Lovelies,

My granddad asked me just this morning if I have acne. And I was soooo pleased! Then he said, well ya always got on the mask so I ain't sure ( he meant the makeup). These gentle folks, soooooo funny. NOT.

In any event, this was as soon as I had risen from a sweet slumber, I had just come downstairs to get the products from my latest haul. I was showing him what I'd bought and he was interested to see that I had my all time favourite cleanser to date the Clearasil. So it means that, the state of my skin has improved, cause he saw me barefaced, yampee and all.

I had a serious facial cartroad going on just before Christmas. Between the terrible food, lack of sleep, working on Moden and my other job, and other commitments, my skin reacted badly. So I decided to try a new skincare regimen and get this ish under control.

Enter my beloved Clearasil - Daily Clear, Oil Free Daily Face Wash. It lasts me a month exactly, with use twice daily. I am happy.



So then, after a long day of full makeup, highlight, contour alllll that jazz. My skin needs a breather, so I take my trusty Olay Wet Cleansing Cloths and remove as much of the cake I can. Usually I only need one, unless I've done the most. They work beautifully!


And when acne rears it's ugly pus filled head, I reach for this Clear zit faster than a greased boar cat! I do NOT like the stupid, wha happen dat ya face look suh bumpy questions, but more than that. I want clean, evenly toned skin. So this product zaps away the pimples, and helps restore balance to my crazy skin. Thanks for the recommendation Lucinda!! Love yaz!


I have altered my diet somewhat and whenever I am thirsty, I drink water. I DO sometimes indulge in iced tea, or juice (I've been juicing, ya'll stay tuned for my blog on the best juices for the skin), but for the most part I drink water. And that has made a tremendous difference.

What's on your list for skincare this month? Please share! 

Heidi xoxo

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