it ok to do facial?
It can be a real treat to have the facial done, as they can be very relaxing and make you feel properly pampered. However, you should be aware that they should not be used to help 'treat' spots, as this can be quite dangerous if the beauty therapist is not trained. Sometimes a beauty therapist will also squeeze out any spots and blackheads that if it's not done properly, may cause a bigger problem than before.
I’ve been reading (and loving) your blog for a while, and I decided to give the topical probiotic thing a whirl. I was doing my research on probiotic creams, when I realized that the cream you suggests lists “yogurt” as an ingredient. Decided to put the 50$ purchase on hold and try some good old Stone Mountain. I’ve been putting yogurt on my face every night for two weeks since, and I’ve had one(one!) pimple since, and it was surface. And I was mensturating. I usually have five or so deep ones a week, 6 or 7 while menstruating. I’M SO STOKED. THANK YOU.
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