Wednesday, April 9, 2008

Most of my day today was spent researching different face washes. I knew I had to do something when I went out the other day, and a herd of hungry people came at me with pizza cutters chanting "Pizza! Pizza!" My face is really bad. I have an outcropping on my chin near my mouth, two huge scabs that will probably scar from cystic acne that I kept squeezing and squeezing because "DAMN it there HAS to be something in there!". Black heads galore on my nose, chin, cheeks, and forehead. It's bad. Really bad.

I ended up getting some face pads from QVC from Dr. Denese. Dr. fucking Denese. I swore I'd never get anything of hers just because she calls herself Dr. Denese. But, I can't dispute the fact that my mom uses her stuff, and she looks younger than me, and her skin is perfect. So, there. It's these pads for wrinkles and stuff, but helps with acne becuase its an acid type of exfoliater so the dead skin can't get in your pores and shit. Someone on another board mentioned Dial soap which I may try because I think I have gone into infection land with all my picking and shit.

And honestly I don't know why I thought it would be a good idea to write about this. I apologize.

3 comments:

ang. said...

I am currently waiting on an order of her products, and am interested to see how they work. But why do you have a problem with her name? Her full name is Dr. Adrienne Denese (pronounced deNESS), so it makes sense to me. I mean, if Dr. Bob Smith calls himself Dr. Smith, shouldn't she be able to call herself Dr. Denese? She can't help it if that's her name, after all...

Sandi said...

I thought her name was Dr. Denese as in Dr. Denese Smith and thought that she was using her first name. It wasn't until I got my order I realized that was not so.

Bon Bon Mom said...

I have a friend in another town who goes to a naturalist doctor. Her name is Dr. Heather. Yeah. I get why the whole Dr. Denese thing would have been an issue if it weren't her last name. ;)