Every girl wants flawless acne-free skin, and if you have acne on your face, you would do everything to get out of it.
A student who feels ashamed of her acne problems avoided socializing because of her skin. But, she got a tremendous solution to her problem. After using a £12.95($16.80) serum, she has noticed unbelievable changes in her skin.
Elettra Gugole, 22, who is studying in Verona, Italy, had an acne problem since she was a teenager. Her problem became worse after she came off the contraceptive pill at the age of 20.
‘I developed horrific painful cystic lumps under my skin and I became scared about what was happening to my face,’ she explained.
Elettra asks help from dermatologists and was prescribed acid peels, laser therapy, and various medicated skincare products that also didn’t work. It made her skin worse and more painful.
However, she finally found a solution to her problem, when she was recommended over-the-counter product Clarol Sebopure, which contains an ingredient derived from mustard leaf oil.
‘I haven’t had a break-out in almost three months and my skin feels healthier than it has in years,’ she said.
On a scale of 1-10, I would say currently my skin is at 8, and before I started using Sebopure it was at 1. For me, this is an incredible improvement in such a short time.’
Elettra remembers how her skin problem made her life worse and had left her feeling insecure.
‘At university, I was surrounded by girls who had perfect skin and always complained about microscopic details while I was struggling to even go out and have fun,’ she explained.
‘I felt ashamed of how I looked. My worst breakout ever was about four months ago.’
‘I was really stressed with exams and I woke up one day and my face was feeling tight and sore. I had huge weeping cysts covering my chin and my cheeks and some had burst in the night.
The student says that acne has plagued her entire experience of university.
‘I’ve spent the whole time feeling deeply insecure,’ she explained. ‘I’ve lost count of the number of dates I’ve canceled due to the state of my skin.
‘My friends have sometimes lost patience with me too when I’ve canceled last minute to go to a party because I just couldn’t face meeting new people when my skin was bad.’
She continued: ‘I felt very hopeless and “impotent” at the start of this year as it felt that I was never going to be able to live a normal life again and the dermatologist I was seeing had more or less given up on me.
‘I’d become quite a social hermit as I felt people who didn’t know me would only judge me on my skin, even when I wore makeup, they would stare.’
Elettra was recommended Clarol Sebopure by a fellow acne sufferer on Instagram.
‘The effects were not immediate and after a week my skin actually got slightly worse and I was going to just throw it away,’ she said.
‘I contacted the company to ask if this was normal and they were very helpful and got back immediately to suggest that if I’d been using a lot of medicated or strong anti-bacterial beforehand, which I had, then this may be my skin readjusting.’
After some weeks, Elettra noticed that her cysts started getting less and less inflamed and her blackheads started to disappear.
‘My skin became less oily but it still felt extremely soft and elastic, which was amazing as normally with acne products, if the oil is reducing then the skin is left very dry and tight,’ she said.
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