Whenever I trawl through women’s magazines. (I just so happen to be currently reading the July edition of Cosmopolitan) I often flick through the beauty section to see what the latest beauty buys are. However, I often find that so many of the products are costly and to be honest, having had acne as a teenager I have found that there are many affordable products on the market that are just as effective and useful in helping with maintaining good 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.
It’s been a while since I’ve written a beauty post but you will be seeing a whole load more of them because I’m currently going