One addicting fact about my eye allergy medicines is that they also calm down my break outs that's why on our last appointment, I told Alex to just ask the doctor for my eye drops or I'll end up being so vain and dependent on them.
I have great products for my face, from the soaps/cleansers (sorry not pictured but will do a separate post) to the toner and moisturizers but I still break out because of the common reasons (lack of sleep, poor diet/not drinking enough water even, no exercise), change of season (biggest problem at times) and being lazy to cleanse my face very well and apply the products.
Anti-acne/blemish products work but results vary and depend on the users' skin type, needs, diet, habits and skin care practices, etc...
As for me, I'll stick with Clinique at the moment. My breakouts are manageable and when I religiously do my part of the bargain, I'm almost pimple-free....
Clinique's Anti-blemish solutions clearing moisturizer,
clarifying lotion and dramatically different moisturizing gel
So for the readers out there looking for good acne/pimple products to try, I can only recommend this line from Clinique and ProActiv (which is available here but ridiculously expensive). ProActiv taught me to be patient and "religious" with the use of the product. When busy with project studies and group studies, I would just bring the "refining mask" for an overnight treatment.
Like most skin care, of course we need to continuously use them to see or experience results. Don't be lazy, don't lose hope after a week only of using an anti-acne/blemish product.
I'm a little apprehensive at the moment because we'll be meeting with the relatives again in a month for my MIL's birthday. I don't want being noticed because of my bad skin. That's why I'm so in the mood to work for my skin. I also want to do something about my weight. I still weigh like how I did when we first came home from the hospital after giving birth... Would you believe that?
Have a great week ahead.