I don’t care what anyone says. When your skin is clear and healthy, your confidence and self-esteem is elevated. No matter what outfit I choose to wear, what hair style I’m rocking or what accessory I am wearing. I do not feel my best when my skin has broken out. As someone who battled with teenage acne on my T-Zone area for most if not all of my teenaged years. I know what negative effect it had on how I felt about myself. I also know, what it did for me when I managed to gain more of an understanding about the importance of using the right products to support my skin type and when I learned what ingredients were good for what; and what I should choose to avoid.
acne prone skin
Guys, those who know me personally know that although my skin looks great in most of my photos. My skin has for a big part of my life has been a problem area for me. I had combination skin (a mixture of oily and dry skin) in my my teens and early twenties, but this soon progressed into oily skin and I would get breakouts every other week. I had hoped that when I moved into my thirties I would put my trouble skin behind me. However, I found my skin became that more sensitive, expecially when it came to what I ate. I don’t know about you but I am a sweet person over a savoury and my favourite are jelly sweets. However, it was these sweets that played a detrimental effect on my skin and caused my most vicious and it part painful breakout.