This will be last photos of the shower room we had in our old flat. I kinda hated the three square prints on the wall but never did get round to removing them, lets just say they got left behind. Last week my skin really did hate me, I mean those spots that love to live on your face for over a week and just sit there big and red but never quite surface. I had one such lovely bang square in the middle of my chin so in a desperate attempt to get it I picked up the only clay mask I had. This is the Superdrug Dead Sea Purifying Clay Mask and they retail for 99p. It’s not that I don’t enjoy the Superdrug face mask but rarely do I notice any major change it has on my skin. I apply, relax for around 15 minutes then I remove it.
This one actually worked, the spot in question reared its ugly yellow head and I know I shouldn’t squeeze them but I can’t not do something so I use The Body Shop double Ended Blackhead Remover to apply pressure with. Lets just say that was a happy moment because I’d rather get it sooner than leave it another week and end up scratching at it when I’m not thinking about it. At least this way I can use the Origins Super Spot Treatment and dry it up over night. Warning this stings a little but well worth the disappearing act it causes.