Hi guys!

As my skin was breaking out (*sigh*…again…), Im always on a search to try new products that would help my skin get better and clear those breakouts. After long hours of internet browsing, I came across a product that caught my attention, and after reading some online reviews about it and giving it some thought, I decided to give it a go. Results were pretty surprising and I ended up being very satisfied 😀

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Firstly, it is NOT a cash for comments review video, I am telling you guys my experience with this product and I even took photos of my skin during the process of trialling the product because I too was curious to see what the results were. Im assuming those who have decided to jump to conclusions before actually watching the whole video are new subbies because if you have been watching my videos since the beginning, you would know that I would never try to recommend anything that I didn’t want to or believed in. You can read other people’s testimonials, if you don’t want to listen to mine.

Is the Eve Skincare Bar also effective for sensitive skin?? If so, where can I buy it?? Because my skin can’t go with any soap it has to be fragrance free. But if it’s effective for sensitive skin I will be very happy to use it and try it out. And how many times a week should I use it???

hello I have a combination skin and some of white heads and small pumples I have been usin the neutrogina cleanser a toner from garnier and a moisturizer from avene for 3 months but my skin became more acne than before some people recommended me to use sebamed or bioderma products so what you recommend me to do ? : (

This is how I achieved clear skin. I entirely cut out dairy, refined sugars, gluten, and alcohol from my diet. I also eat a lot more vegetables and a lot less meat now. Half my meals in a week are vegetarian, incorporating things like beans or quinoa or tofu as the protein element. For my non-vegetarian meals, I incorporate chicken, eggs, and fish (but not pork or beef), and make sure that the meat is always balanced with plenty of leafy green vegetables. For what it’s worth, I’m a guy who does not wear makeup. However, I have noticed that when I am forced to wear makeup on movie sets, it can periodically cause a small break out a few days afterwards. Also, I use a cheap, paraben-free, SLS-free soap to wash my face, and that’s it. I don’t use toners or or moisturizers or specialty cleansers. I have had very clear, healthy skin for the past five years since I changed my diet.

Can it be rinse with cold water?