WINTER ITCH GONE! Relieve dryness with skin soothing Kettle Soaps!

My Skin Has Already Calmed Down...

February 02, 2009

"My skin was really angry again this whole week and I got my Abbey St. Clare goodies on Saturday...today is Monday and my skin has already calmed down, smoothed out and is healing from the acne marks and flaking. This stuff (Tea Tree Cleanser, Comfrey Toner, Vitamin B Creme) is truly amazing. I have had sensitive skin for so many years. If I don't wash my face regularly, I get bad black heads and acne. If I wash my face regularly, I don't get black heads, but I get irritation and acne. I have tried everything from super mild cleansers to dermatologist products. With the Abbey St. Clare products, I can wash my face twice a day and have beautiful smooth acne free skin! I love these products! Ellis

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