wedding coming up, need to prep skin!
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I am getting married on March 11 and want to start prepping my skin to be the best it can be. Any suggestions? I usually use the fresh clay mask once a week and the black mask once every other week as I have sensitive skin. I have few acne BUT they always leave marks. I also have redness on my cheek and around my nose. I also wash my face twice a day with the red tea facial wash which i love. i stopped using the peter thomas roth pads which i regret b/c my face does not seem as clear or bright as it was so I will start using them again.


Thank you so much for your advice! I did try the miracle worker pads last year but it just made my cheeks red which has never been able to go away Smiley Sad maybe it was b/c of the PTR pads? I would use the PTR pads in the morning and miracle worker pads at night.

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Hi Evangeline!


Who doesn't want radiant skin on her magical day?! It's a bit close to the date of the wedding to start fooling around with new things though. You don't want to have a reaction between now and then and make anything worse! I would definitely go back to the PTR pads that worked for you. Have you tried to Soy Face Cleanser from Fresh? I used to get mild redness inmy nose and cheek area. Because this cleanser has soy protein in it, it strengthens your skin! I had no more redness in 2 weeks Smiley Happy I also really like the Ole Henriksen African Red Tea Smiley Happy A very safe bet would be the Miracle Worker Pads from Philosophy. If you are looking to overhaul your skin with minimal chance of reaction in a short amount of time, this is the one to go for! Use them everynight for maximum results. Maybe not a good idea to use with PTR though. If you're close to a Sephora you can get a sample. If you are looking for something like a mask, the Bliss Triple Oxygen Instant Energy Mask is great, and only takes 5 mins. Plus it turns into this really cool foam!


Please remember to wear a sunscreen when using any treatment product. To not do so may actually further damage!

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