Over the last couple of years, I have been noticing a serious change in my skin. My face, jawbone and neck have been very sensitive to skincare and hair care products. Red burning skin and unwanted breakouts have been flaring up more than any other time in my life and I have realized my skin is trying to tell me something.
Mainly, my hair products have played a huge role in my discomfort. I am actually still trying to figure out what it is about my hair products that my skin doesn’t seem to like. Figuring this problem out is mostly trial and error and simply trying different products and waiting for a reaction is the extent of my investigation. I’m still working on the hair products but I have figured out which skincare products do work for me.
I can honestly say Cosmetique Laudun products do work well for my skin. Recently, I was sent a package of samples from the organic, Made in the USA, skin care company. I tested them for two weeks and found good results.
Shannon Lazovski is a social media maven. She is the CEO of her own business, SoGlam Media, editor of glamorousmoms.com, detroitfashionnews.com, is a MichMoms blogger for the Detroit News and is the founder of Detroit Mom Bloggers; a mom blogger network in the Metro Detroit area. Shannon is also the Fashion & Beauty Expert for the Village of Rochester Hills. She is a blogger, fashion/beauty/image consultant and a social media manager. She loves to collect jewelry, handbags and heels (typically the higher the better) and cannot get enough when it comes to the subjects of beauty & fashion.
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