Monday, April 04, 2011

When Pearls Ruin Your Passport Picture...

My first agent, Dennis Reed, used to call them 'pearls'. It was the first time I had heard the word alluding to those tiny spots full of white blood cells that lay on top of the skin causing beauty havoc. The public at large call them pimples and, these uninvited guests pop up the minute you say gala, personal appearance or passport picture. In case of the latter, consider you might be stuck with an image for twelve years that would probably set security alerts within TSA and Customs officials that deem your image unrecognizable; consequently sending you to secondary holding every time you travel.  Who knew a 'pearl' could be so offensive?

All right, let me not beat around the bush as your 'pearl' might be growing exponentially as we speak. This is the deal: You want to get rid of it ASAP! Right? Well, ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce you to Sampar's Prodigal Pen Blemish Corrector.

Sampar's Prodigal Pen is a mix of 100% natural ingredients, with oils of lavender, sage, savory thyme, rosemary, cinnamon, oregano and clove. This miracle mix has detoxifying, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties and yet the light gel gets absorbed very quickly into the skin. 

My experience with Sampar's Pen? I love it! Effective. Practical. It's going right into my grooming cabinet and traveling bag. Roll it on the affected area at night and in the morning your 'pearls' are almost gone. Thank you Sampar.

Before I go, here's a link where to order this magical pen: Sampar Blemish Pen

pd.: I love the fact that there are no funky chemicals in this pen. You know, anything green or to save the world, I'm in. Oh! I also heard it helps with bites, those of mosquitoes and similar jungle insects of the Diptera order. (I'm so thankful for city life.)

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