According to online statistics, 9 out of 10 teenagers suffer some degree of acne. I was one of the unlucky ones and spent years perfecting a skin care routine which worked for me. I tried it all - oral medication and on-the-spot lotions and potions - but only got the problem under control in my early twenties.
A company called Works With Water contacted me some weeks ago to ask if I'd like to review their skin care supplement - Help: Clear Skin - which is said to give clearer skin in just weeks.
But despite still suffering from the odd hormonal spot every now and again I no longer have full blown acne. So I'm looking for a guest reviewer to try the supplement and write a few words for my blog.
If you've got problem skin I'd love to hear from you. I've been sent approximately 5 weeks' worth of the product and I'm looking for someone to do a guest review of the product here on my site
Here's what the website says:
What is help: clear skin?
help: clear skin contains Praventin™ a clinically proven bioactive protein, rich in lactoferrin, which has been shown to reduce the development of the bacteria responsible for many skin impurities, helping to prevent the formation of blemishes and spots due to its antimicrobial effects.
... but with help: clear skin you've no lengthy bathroom procedures or underperforming products. Just a simple soluble formula containing ingredients clinically proven to improve your skin.
How do you use it?
Simply empty a sachet twice daily into your favourite beverage or soft food (hot or cold), stir until dissolved and look forward to clearer healthier skin in as little as eight weeks.
So, if you think you'd like to give Help: Clear Skin a go simply comment below telling me why and I will select a guest reviewer. I'll then post the product out to you before posting a review of your experience a couple of months later on my blog. You can remain anonymous if you'd like and I won't expect any before or after photos! If you'd prefer to email me instead of leaving a comment, you can reach me at email@example.com
DISCLAIMER: Help: Clear Skin is suitable for vegetarians, diabetics & lactose intolerant people. It's also gluten free. I f you're unsure about taking this product, visit your doctor for advice first or visit the brand's website at www.workswithwater.co.uk for more detailed information.