ClearSkin-A Acne Gel Do you suffer from acne, rosacea, scars?
Have you spent a fortune on different products and medication which claim to give you a perfect skin – only to find that your problem becomes worse and worse?
The worst thing that one can do with acne is to confuse the skin with lots of different chemicals which upset the delicate Ph balance and often result in drying and scarring.
If it wasn’t obvious enough by the little icon over there blinging it up that I sell Avon, I decided I’d like to start telling you about the products. After all, if I’m not personally using and telling you about what I’m selling from my own experience, why in the world would you buy from me?
And let me tell you – Avon has become an addiction for me.
A lot of people perhaps remember Avon from their childhood (as I do), and a lot of people maybe forgot that it was around. In the time since I was a kid, Avon has grown and expanded to cover a whole lot more than I ever thought it would.
Natural and herbal remedies for the treatment of pimples. Pimples
I received my order yesterday, which is FANTASTIC! I also wanted to say thank you. I sent an email to Ask our Experts, and I was surprised at the speed [of the response]. Thanks so much for the excellent service!
–Rachel Irving, Singapore
What are Pimples?
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ClearSkin-E Cream – a 100% natural, safe and proven herbal cream for healthy skin. ClearSkin-E Cream works quickly to soothe and promote healthy, trouble free skin. Safe for adults, children and babies.
Use ClearSkin-E Cream for relief from symptoms including:
- Red, itchy and scaly skin
- Inflamed areas that may weep or bleed when scratched
- Cracked and painful skin
- Risk of infection in severe case.
There are three basic skin types, but you may find yours isn't exactly like any of those described here. Most skin is a mixture of these types and yours will be no exception. The basic skin types are dry, oily, and combination. Dark skins have a tendency towards greater extremes of dryness and oiliness than paler skins.
Oily skin You can tell if your skin is oily because it usually has a shine to it. It may be prone to black heads and acne. Oily skin contains a lot of sebum which helps prevent the skin from drying out. However, oily skin tends to attract more dirt and dust than dry skin. It benefits from soap and water, so washing with a cleansing bar is an ideal way of caring for it. Use warm water to loosen the dirt, then use cold water to rinse. Use toners and astringents containing alcohol and always use a light, non-greasy liquid cleanser. Very oily skin needs no extra moisturizing at all while you are in your teens.
Dry skin Dry skin looks dry, sometimes flakes, and often feels tight, especially if you have washed it with soap and water. Sometimes it is lacking some of the protective sebum and so it reacts to very hot and very cold weather by tightening up. One benefit of dry skin is that it is less likely to develop acne than oily skin, but it is easily chapped in a dry atmosphere. Always use mild, alcohol-free make up and toner, and a rich, creamy cleanser. Moisturize your face every day, including the throat and the skin around your eyes. When you wear makeup, use a moisturized foundation. You will need little or no powder. When you wash your face, use a liquid or a cleansing bar. Use warm water to lather and rinse it with cold.