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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Oily Skin?? Want a FIX?? Try this CHEAP and AMAZING Product!!!

Ok, beauties, so SOME of us are dealing with this dreadful OILY skin problem.... I know I have fought the battle all my life and have spent TONS of money on products that just really don't solve the problem....
Guess that's one way to fix it LOL!
So, what is my new Holy Grail, can't live without, must have, reach for daily, now go to product?

You're eyes are not fooling you!!
Yes, that is a bottle of Dr. Phillips Milk of Magensia. This stomach aid is an amazing product for blocking oil! And I am far from the first blogger, guru, or even person to use this... as a matter of fact, look at how Dr. Phillips used to promoted
Yes, it was printed in the papers like this... (as far as I can tell)
So, for $4.99 a bottle (the larger one) available at pretty much any drugstore, grocery store, or most places you shop on a regular basis... you may be thinking ok but how do I do this?? Well here's how I do this...

DAILY:
  Daily, I use milk of magenisa as a primer. I apply it AFTER my moisturizer BEFORE my foundation. I take a VERY VERY VERY VERY small amount on a cotton ball and dab a dot on each cheek, nose, forehead, and chin, then blend it into my skin.
Now, if you use too much you will get a sorta chalky finish, so play with it a little bit.

3 TIMES A WEEK:
  Now, M.O.M. is also an amazing face mask! So 3 times a week, I apply a thicker layer all over my face, and allow it set for about 15 minutes. Then I rinse with lukewarm water, and then splash cold water on my face. This tighten the pores, helps reduce the reddness, and at least with me helps with any breakouts, and seems to help lighten some scarring that I have!

So, that's my review! Hope you enjoyed Beauties! And remember this is for my OILY SKIN BEAUTIES ONLY!!!!!!



2 comments:

  1. THANK YOU! I have been asking around about this, and everyone seems to know about it, but no one would fill me in! I have been dying to try this and now I know how. :)

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  2. You're so welcome! I was in the same boat, so I did a lot of research, and A LOT of trial and error for what worked for me! You may have to do some of your own trial and error, but this should be a good jumping off point!!!!

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