I have been fed up with my skin for quite sometime. After going to the dermatologist and trying several different things I finally caved and headed to my local Ulta. At first I thought I would try ProActive because the commercials are so darn convincing. When I got to the mall I learned that all of the little ProActive kiosks had been replaced with little ProActive vending machines. That's not happening. I'm not swiping my debit card at a vending machine. The next thing I know I'll have charges on my card for everyone's ProActive. That would happen to me. Then to top it off the product probably wouldn't even work for me but everyone else with free ProActive would have amazing skin.
Anyways, I went to Ulta to see what my options were. The esthetician sat down with me for about 15 minutes. She looked at my skin, made some notes (which always makes you feel like you're really more messed up than you are, haha) and helped me select a new skin routine. It's the dermalogica oily skin kit. It was on sale for $35 and I'm hoping it lives up to the hype Lindsay (the esthetician) gave it. I'll share updates on how it's working for me. Has anyone tried this brand before? What were your results?
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