Sunday, 5 July 2009



Hello again guys! I hope you all had a great weekend :)

I thought I'd share with you a great anti-acne treament that I have discoverd because it really worked for me and what more? It never stopped me from wearing my make up throughout the treatment. For those of you who have acne prone skin, I hope this post will help.

About 2-3 weeks ago, I piggest out on chocolates (really, I ate the whole 230g of Cadburry's whole nut chocolate on one go and after a very short while, the left side of my forehead down my temple started tingling it was covered in inflamed spots. I was nearly crying because I just couldn't stand that pulsating pain that my spots caused me. So straight away, I phoned my GP who wasn't able to see me until 5 days later. As you can imagine, I was in complete agony for 5 days. Not only that it looked hideous but it really was darn painful! My bf shouted at me for pigging out on chocolate and ruining my skin. He said that I spend a fortune on skin care just to ruin it by binging on chocolates so I'm banned from it at the moment and can only have a little when there are occasions. A girl without chocolate? How am I gonna cope with that? The fact is; now that I'm banned from chocolates, I crave for it even more. Grrrrr!

Anyway, as I saw my GP, he prescribed me Zineryt and it really is a miracle worker. It contains antibiotics (Erythromycin), which accelerates the treatment process and although it stings a bit when I use it (I still use it now everytime I feel that there's one coming). The thing is, if you start using this, you have to continue using it for 7 days even if the spots have gone, just to make sure that the microbes don't build resistance against this antibiotics. One bottle of this treatment can be used for 21 days only and after that, you have to discard it even if it still contains some.

A great miracle worker!

This photo was taken whilst I was going through treatment. Some of the spots have calm down and managed to cover them with make up.

If you have acne prone skin like mine, you might ask your doctor to prescribe this to you. If you haven't tried it yet, it might work for you the way it did for me. I hope this helps.

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