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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Works With Water Help:Clear Skin Review

Today's post is going to be a review about the company Works With Water.  They are based in the UK and the first UK company to produce 100% natural soluble food supplements that claim to help maintain healthy cholesterol and blood pressure, and also have a positive impact on skin.

I was approached by one of their reps to test out their help: clear skin product.  They had read a previous blog post regarding acne prone skin and wanted to see if using their products would help minimize my acne.
I have very oily acne prone skin.

They were kind enough to send me a months worth of product and also a cute compact mirror.

When you open the box it comes in 7 sachets.  One for each day.  Each sachet comes with powder that you can put in your food or drink.  It's white and looks like salt or sugar.

What is it?
"help: clear skin contains Praventin™ a clinically proven bioactive protein, rich in lactoferrin, which has been shown to reduce the development of the bacteria responsible for many skin impurities, helping to prevent the formation of blemishes due to its antimicrobial effects.
Suitable for vegetarians, diabetics & lactose intolerant people. Gluten free."

What does it taste like?
No taste, but smells like talc or eyeshadow

What did you eat it with?
Mostly yogurt or in coffee or tea

What are the pros?
Not a pill or something that you have to apply to the face

What are the cons?
Can't technically eat it with everything.  I tried clear skin with most foods and the powder clumps together and creates lumps that doesn't look appetizing to eat and it also gets stuck in my teeth.  If your going to eat it with food makes sure the food has a lot of texture to it.  Ice cream was a big no no.  The powder just clumped together with cold water and rice.  Salad and yogurt was manageable.  I would only suggest eating clear skin with hot foods, soups, or drinking it with hot coffee or tea.

 What are the results?
Here's a macroshot of my left cheek.  The bigger acne scars have significantly reduced after a month, however my pores are still really big.

Here a close up shot of the right side of my face.  My big pores are still there, but the big zit has completely faded. 

Jules Birch is the founder of Works With Water

Says on the back of the box that the ingredients are milk protein, high extract aloe vera, oligofuctose (soluble fiber) o_0

Overall I'm glad I had the opportunity to test out the product.  I would not purchase this product personally just because I would rather take a pill.  I had no side effects and it seems like the product works! I've had a positive outcome, and I think this will work great with those who are struggling with acne that do not like using face products because it's making their face break out more due to sensitivity.   This is an awesome way to fight acne internally and I highly suggest these to those who do not like taking pills!

Thank you Works With Water for letting me test your products!

Disclaimer:  Items were sponsored but opinions are 100% honest

Thank  you for Reading! -Vanessa Jhoy
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