I am pretty sure everyone suffers from small breakouts once in a while. I am quite thankful that I don't have to handle acne and that my skin is pretty much clear, well except when I have those small and hideous breakouts that are inevitable from time to time. They bother me like crazy. Specially if there is an occasion where I would love to have my skin flawless and what not. But there they are, like knowing that you need that the most and appear like a call has been made to invite them to enjoy the party!
Recently, I've been having to deal with that. My skin was being mischievous with me and felt like it was playing a bag joke on me. My routine is pretty much the same since I was in High School, but I had only changed facial soaps during this time. I was using a bar soap from Clean & Clear and not my usual foaming cleanser. That was it.
A couple days ago I switched back and that did the trick. Normally all Clean & Clear products do wonders for me, I just don't know what happened with that one. But switching back to the foaming cleanser was a miracle and also I applied the clear gel to fight with the small breakouts of my skin. So I have seen an improvement. My problem area is my forehead, just in between my eyebrows and going a little over them I don't know the deal about it but it is just hideous and bothering and makes me self conscious.
Also, I keep reading blogs and hearing YouTube beauty gurus talk about the Bioderma Sensibio H2O, which is a cleansing water that acts removing makeup, as a toner or just to cleanse your face. I am looking forward to trying it. In Peru I know that there are 3 drugstores that carry the brand, they are Boticas Fasa, MiFarma and BTL, if you are living in this beautiful country (like I am) you can go check them out. And there are plenty of other places around the world that carry the brand. You can go to the Bioderma Webpage to see where you can find it with no trouble.
I hope this has been a little useful and now you know how I handle that little pain in the butt that are those unexpected breakouts.
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