#Dermalogica saved my skin, and my life.

I’ve never had great skin. Don’t get me wrong, I didn’t have bad acne or anything, but I always had spots and it knocked my confidence and self-esteem. Right from my teenage years all the way through my twenties and even into my thirties I had spots. And not just the occasional one, I had them all across my chin and sometimes round my mouth, however, when I hit thirty-three several things changed.

  1. I gave up my very, very stressful job to go freelance.
  2. I got pregnant.
  3. By chance I started using Dermalogica products.

I have no idea whether it was one thing, or the other, or a combination of all three, but what I can say is that since the day I started using Dermalogica products I have rarely suffered with a spot, not even at the time of the month.

In addition, despite never having had a facial (I hate people touching my face), and certainly never resorting to Botox or fillers; people tell me I look younger than I did ten years ago. I can only put this down to a good diet and nutrition, a less stressful life, of course and the sole use of Dermalogica products.

The funny thing about Dermalogica is that it’s actually not that expensive. They don’t spend £000’s on marketing campaigns, instead choosing to market through smaller beauty boutiques, spas and online beauty retailers (although I know that its Face Mapping ® Concept is now widely available in larger department stores like Harvey Nichols, Fenwick and Selfridges). Plus, the products go a long, long way, so you only need to spend about £300 a year to keep your skin looking great.

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My Dermalogica skin saviours

So, if like me, you suffer from maddeningly irritating spots and have combination and, ahem, slightly premature aging skin I’d highly recommend the following products -which I use every single day.

I buy my products online from www.logicalskincare.co.uk They always have great offers on ,with a free monthly gift if you spend over a certain amount. You can also pick loads of samples according to how much you spend. Plus if you spend over £60 First Class postage is free.









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