Friday, September 12, 2008

On pimple treatment

Posted by Alei at 9/12/2008

It is every woman’s dream and fulfillment to look good physically. Women tend to be vain especially with their faces. It may seem to be narcissistic but there is no one blameworthy of it. We, women, would like to look presentable enough in front of people we know or may not. Our confidence relies deeply on it, on our beauty. Not all are gifted with blemish free, radiant skin.

Not all are gifted with perfect glowing skin that makes head turns. Zits turn red when popped.Scars are left when every pimple erupts tirelessly for ages. I am one of those unfortunate individuals. My face is prone to pimples. Small pimples tend to mushroom daily. The dermatologist says it’s oily. That’s why I visit the facial salon whenever I have the money and time to spend.

I rue the last time I visited the facial salon for another pimple treatment. It has been more than three months since my last consultation. The result, the most painful pricking I have ever had.Pimples and soon-to-be-pimples were pricked. It felt like my face is being cut by that tiny sharp instrument used in eliminating the black and whiteheads my face has accumulated for months. Tears fell through my aching cheeks as I duel with the process. If only I could just turn back the time then, I would have visited the salon earlier. I should have visit the facial salon every month to keep my face from experiencing the same pain again.

After the session, red marks filled my face. I just kept in my mind, “no pain, no gain, don't complain."

1 comments on "On pimple treatment"

gLoR!e on Fri Sep 12, 06:34:00 PM 2008 said...

sometime its hereditary..i guess you were stressed for the past days..that one i think would be the cause!:)

by the way, may i join your blogroll hope you will let me in and please let me know so i can add you...thanks a bunch!:)

Happy Friday!:)

thanks and see you there!:)


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