Mornings were usually a nightmare - at least, until I had my first cup of coffee - but there was always one big reason I actually dreaded waking up and starting my day.
In fact, I lay in bed for an extra half hour every morning, because I didn’t want to get up. I’d be late for work - rushing to get ready - and that would make me feel worse.
Forget about facing my colleagues! I’d finish early for lunch, scurry into the break room, and scarf down food while no one was around so I could hurry back to my desk.
I felt like a monster.
I thought the red blotches on my face, the lumps and bumps and whiteheads and all the scarring were making people stare… I would imagine things, like they thought I ate junk food 24/7 or had a disease.
What I had was actually just unfortunate: it was major acne.
Even worse? I was 25. I thought I was too old for zits!
I was devastated. Being a happy, outgoing person, I found it so hard to confine myself to the house when I had breakouts - now, all that’s over.
Luckily, I found my solution: a nightly ritual I never miss.
It’s a miracle in a tube, it’s saved me the embarrassment of suffering from chronic acne - and it’s so easy!
Now, it’s like I’m the real me. It’s the simplest things I was missing most: for instance, not worrying about putting on sunscreen, and making new friends at work. But best of all? My skin is actually clear.
Okay, let me stop here for a second - because this is about you.
Forget pills, forget all those acne medications and creams and emulsions which failed miserably… and forget thinking that the skin you have now is the skin you’ll have forever. Only 1 week from now, your life could be totally different.
I know what you’re going through. We avoid the mirror every morning. We do basic makeup, without looking properly - if we’re lucky enough to be able to wear it! We brush our hair to hide our faces, and avoid having a social life.
It’s easy to feel ugly and trap ourselves in a cycle of harmful thought - “I shouldn’t introduce myself,” “My skin is so horrible,” “It’ll never clear up!” That’s what I thought, until on my vacation I found...