I've got nothin'.......nothing to talk about at all.
And once? Lisa from Coastal Nest said I could write about shampoo.
So I will. Well, not shampoo, but skin care.
Because I have no shame and will bore you to tears if that's what I have to do.
I'm not afraid to roll my sleeves up and talk about personal hygiene.
See - the girls and I always touch on this type of info when we get together....which is about once a month lately, thanks to Liz.
She's our event planner.
Our "Julie the Cruise Director", if you will.
You know from my last post that we just got together last weekend.
This time we were discussing
Lynnie and I are Proactiv users.
Well....we should be, but we've both run out and it's not exactly convenient to purchase.
( i.e. you can't get it at Target.)
((Since Target is the only place I ever go besides work and home? Any place else is out of my way.))
I've bored you all with my love of Proactiv before. It's not drying, it gets rid of my horrible 39-year-old pimples....yada, yada, yada.
But the basic set is $40 and not convenient to purchase.
And what with the economy the way it is, we're trying to economize all we can - Right, Girls?
So I mentioned the Neutrogena knock-off of Proactiv to the girls and Lynnie went right out to buy it:
That, my friends, is called "Takin' One For The Team".
Because I didn't want to try it and find out it wasn't as good as Proactiv. Then? I'm wasting $20 on it and still having to buy the Proactiv.
So Lynnie stepped right up and slapped some of this on her pretty, pretty face. I'll keep you updated, but so far she says it's working great (I think she bought it on Sunday.)
Now - on to Liz.
Liz went to Walgreens and looked for the Neutrogena, but found this instead:
And you know what she says?
She hasn't had any new breakouts!
Again! Taking one for the team.
Liz has been kind enough to give her girlfriends daily blemish updates via email. I'll keep you posted
Okay...the other thing we discussed: a collagen mask Liz found via her Mom - a skin care guru.
It's a package of 2 collagen face masks (for $5) by The Face Shop, which is a popular Korean brand.
Liz and her Mom swear by it and they have no wrinkles.
And they're Korean.
So I'm listening to them.
Lynnie already tried it and loves it, though she believes she looked like Hannibal Lechter during her treatment and pretty much scared her husband Brian to death. But - really. That's a small price to pay for supple skin, don't you think?
And don't worry: Brian's a cop. He's a tough guy. I'm sure he recovered in no time.
Next post: Shampoo. I'm sorry.