I contracted multiple boils and of all places, they chose my face , July 25, 2016
I found that pimple and boils under the skin can be caused by bacteria called Staphylococcus. And having diabetes, infections of the blood, poor make-up routine, comedogenic lotions or dirty phones at work can increase the risk. I’ve never had any kind of pimples, NOT even in my puberty years. For my age – I am in extremely good health! So I was very shocked that I contracted multiple boils and of all places, they chose my face to be the breeding site. Lucky strike! Anyway, there could be tons of reasons on when, how, why I contracted boils. It could be that someone at work must have used my phone since it started on my chin, infected with painful boil-like pimples were there. No pus or open or oozing sore but of course picked it because I wanted it to go away immediately. It was a poor judgement on my part for picking it when I should have not. So needless to say, it spread to the side of my nose and eyebrow. Frustrated at the look and irritation on my face and the fact that it went all out after a couple of weeks and it just wasn't getting better no matter what I do.
In my line of job, my look is very important. I work in a high profile institute and want to be a good representative of it, so I decided to take drastic measures and apply Dr. SkinAid after finding out about it. At first application, some redness subsided, it was a little "hot" & "tingly' because at that time my skin was already broken. The tingling sensation went away on its own after using the product for couple more times. Wthin 2 days, the boils significantly dried up and after 7 days, my skin had returned to its original flat texture. There were some marks left but I know I can conceal it with a full coverage makeup. I was so thrilled with my discovery – Dr. SkinAid is an amazing product for boils that I even let my daughters use it when they have acne. Their skin is becoming noticeably pimple free. Our home won’t be the same without Dr. SkinAid!
** The results described are not typical and will vary based on a variety of factors.