Special guest post by Cortney James
Do you ever wake up to an unsightly zit or even a cluster of zits (ew!)? I love vegan products. They are great for my sensitive skin! However, sometimes I have trouble finding ones that have that extra ‘kick’ of power for when my face is being extremely bitchy. Although, after I received my dinky salon secretary paycheck (about a year back, do not work there anymore), I decided to have a small online beauty product shopping spree. Within that spree, I came across and purchased Origins Spot Treatment. However, when I received it, I noticed that it came in such a small bottle. I was pissed to receive this miniscule bottle. How was this going to last me more than a few weeks!?
…It ended up lasting me almost AN ENTIRE YEAR! I just recently opened a new bottle, because that time of the month should be coming again soon. I can tell by my ability to play connect the dots on my face, if I really had the free time to do so.
I have perhaps the worst blackheads out of everyone I know and they are finally improving after using so many different products. However, I have found another use for the Spot Treatment. I rubbed it all over my right cheek (the cheek with the most blackheads) and it really did improve the look of my skin and diminished some blackheads too! Sadly, I cannot do this often, because the Spot Treatment can dry out your skin.
Here is the lovely spot of blackheads/ENLARGED pores on my right cheek! If anything can help this, it IS a miracle product! haha.
If you have a zit, don’t put concealer on it and make it worse, run out (or go online so no one sees your temporarily hideous face) and get Origins Spot Treatment!
PS. I’d love to hear how it works for everyone!
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