Skincare | Blackheads and Blemishes

Hey everyone!

Today I thought I’d share with you one of my holy grail/can’t live without/must have products that I have bought many of. A few years ago I had a lot of black heads around my T zone area and as always there are countless products claiming to reduce the appearance and get rid of them, yet at least 90% of them are all talk and no change. I tried many of these out and as guessed failed to work until my friend introduced to me this amazing product by Soap and Glory. The “Scrub Your Nose In It‘ black head mask is absolutely amazing and actually does do what it says on the tin. It is also very gentle on the face where most black head solutions are like poring acid all over your face leaving you with really dry patches and areas, leaving your skin looking worse than it did before.

The mask contains fruit acids and no harsh chemicals so it will be good on sensitive skin types. To apply, you simple take a small amount onto your fingers and massage onto your nose and across any areas where you have a break out of black heads. The formula comes out like a clay mask and if you leave it on for around 3 minutes then rinse off with warm water, the effects are instant. Yes it doesn’t take them away all at once in one go, but immediately you do recognise a difference as they appear less ‘in your face’ then they did before, and after a few weeks of use they really do vanish.

This is my third tube of this fantastic product now so I highly recommend you go out and buy some! You can grab this from Boots for around £9.00 (a little pricey compared to its competitors but worth it) or as I like to think, 900 advantage card points!!! Again this is great for people with oily skin and sensitive skin and like I said one of those products that actually DO work!

So there you go guys, hope this has inspired you lot who are looking for something different to take away those annoying black heads from your ‘greasy T’.

Ciao for now xxx

gianniC

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