Friday, 22 June 2012

Anatomicals The Hottie Tottie Is Never Spotty Giveaway Ends 16th July


Approaching skincare with a tongue-in-cheek attitude, Anatomicals who say they  ‘only want you for your body’ actually are very serious when it comes to making the products. Paige and I have been trialling 'The Hottie Tottie Is Never Spotty' its as with all the Anatomical range straight in your face with bright funky packaging and words to make you smile when the pimples and shiny skin may be getting you down.
I am peeved that I still get pimples, I mean its really not fair when the lines are setting in and the double unfairness is a plump spot on a wrinkle...why Mother Nature??
The new range is made up of four fabulous skincare saviours, each infused with the signature scent of strawberry and willow bark and designed to keep your complexion as fresh and clear as Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls.

The hottie tottie is never spotty here zitty zitty.  Featuring a light formula, this exfoliating scrub leaves the skin feeling soft and cleansed with a fresh subtle scent. For best results use twice daily.

Paige and I loved the scent of the scrub, its mild enough to use twice daily but to be honest we both used it occasionally just to smooth our skin and as we were using the Blitz your ZitZ to Bitz as well. We found it made our skin softer and really fresh feeling.
The Hottie Tottie Is Never Spotty blitz your zitz to bitz 150 ml £3.99
. Featuring a light formula, this moisturising face wash leaves the skin feeling soft and cleansed with a fresh subtle scent. For best results use twice daily.

This was lovely to use again great for bedtime as the scent is light and my face felt fresh and thoroughly cleansed.


The Hottie Tottie Is Never Spotty Blitz Pores & Phwoars! Shine Free Moisturiser 50ml £3.99

Featuring a light formula, this shine free moisturiser leaves the skin feeling soft and hydrated with a fresh subtle scent.

Paige has run off with this, on first application she got a slight tingling sensation and worried, so many facial moisturisers make her skin sting. She stuck it out as she commented it wasn't getting any worse. There was no further sensation and she has been using it daily ever since. He skin is shine free, so for her its really improved the oiliness. It has also improved the drier areas on her cheek bones.
The Hottie Tottie Is Never Spotty Easy Peasy No Squeezy Spot Roll On Treatment
  10ml £3.99

Featuring a non-sticky formula with salicylic acid, this spot treatment actively targets spots and blemishes while purifying pores. Easily absorbed, just apply to the affected area with the roller ball nozzle.

This has been been a favourite, handy and small to pop into a pocket and apply for the first feeling of a spot. Paige has been rolling it all around her nose as this is her most affected area.

The range has suitably impressed us, all the products are really good and Paige is more confident at keeping on top of her cleansing routine as she has much clearer skin.

Anatomicals have kindly offered two of the range for five Given To Distracting Other followers.

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The Hottie Tottie Is Never Spotty range, available exclusively at Superdrug stores and www.asos.com.

Paige and I were given the four Anatomical products for the purpose of this review. No other payment was given for our opinion. 

159 comments:

  1. Hello! I am 37 and lucky to have pretty good skin - no wrinkles just a few very fine lines and not a single stretch mark after delivering 6 babies! I do however have dark circles under my eyes, which I think is due to lack of sleep as I suffer from insomnia!!! I find that applying self tan on my face hides them best! Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  2. I tend to suffer from problem skin in winter (the harsh wind and cold makes my skin very dry). In summer, however, my skin is usually pretty good! Aside from moving to the med, I would like to find the product to look after my skin in winter without making it feel greasy!

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  3. I would love to win these for my daughter who is going through the teenage years and her skin is changing ...she would love these - thanks for the chance to win x

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  4. Please enter me in the draw – thank you 

    @gholmes724

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  5. Spots are not a problem for me now but age spots or freckles are. I also have dry skin.

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  6. I would love to try these! My skin problem is deffo congestion, spots and blackheads, really attractive!

    c.childs@live.co.uk xx

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  7. Isabel O'Brien22 June 2012 at 18:52

    I am 22 but I am still spotty as anything, particularly around my time of the month or when I am stressed (quite a lot!). The only thing that works to completely rid my skin of the really bad ones is as over the counter cream called Quinoderm, it's very strong with peroxide in it so I have to use good quality brands for the rest of my facial skincare to keep my skin moisturised and healthy.

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  8. Mid 20's and I really suffer from acne :( I thought I had left my teen skin behind, but no! This would be fab!

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  9. My skin woe is an oily nose! Find it so hard to shift :-/

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  10. Love this brand, great humour.

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  11. I suffer with Psorasis. It's especially bad in winter.

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  12. I spend lots of time outdoors, in all weathers, I love it, but my skin suffers.

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  13. I'm so scared of aging skin I won't leave the house in the summer without my factor 50.

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  14. hi fab giveaway , skin well worth looking after

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  15. These would be perfect for my sister-in-law

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  16. I'd love to give these a go as I have to pile on the slap for my job and I'm always looking for new skincare products!

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  17. I still have spots at 27 so would love to try this range - I think I've tried every other range lol!

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  18. This is a lovely prize I hope I win! Natasha

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  19. Lovely giveaway! I get a horrid spot on my chin every now and then. :(

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  20. My son could do with this as he is gong through that stage at the moment! So yes, great prize!

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  21. My skin is always misbehaving, I'd love to use this range as it is mild and hopefully will banish my pesky pimples x

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  22. My skin seems to have not caught up with the fact I am 26 year - it seems to think I am still a spotty teen :(.

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  23. Still getting spotty at that time of the month, would love to try the products :)

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  24. I suffer with acne rosacea which is mainly under control but I do get red flare ups every so often. At 39 spots and wrinkles is not a good look LOL

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  25. My skin woe is that i am now getting wrinkles and lines, at 35 I could do without them lol

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  26. Hey! I'd love to enter this competition. I suffer from dry and sensitive skin x

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  27. hi i would love to enter this comp i suffer from dry skin and black heads

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  28. my skin is so dry but its also sensitive nit a great combination lol

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  29. Even though I am 34 I still suffer from teenage spots now and again, it's not too bad makes me feel young, lol

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  30. I would love to win this for my teenagers :)

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  31. I have very dry skin. Drives me mad

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  32. Hi, my skin - well right now I have the most awful spots on my left cheek (monthly hormones), I am 36 and my hormones are possibly changing quicker than they should b (hot flashes etc). My skin can get quite spotty and my cheeks get sore as I have the remnants of acne rosacea. So I need to lather on the moisturiser. At the moment I have been using tea tree on my spots to no avail. So this product looks interesting. Thanks for your give-away.

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  33. this sounds a great produc would love to try it

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  34. I really thought that once the teenage years had gone by so would the spots, I'm now definately not a teenager but still have the spots, luckily I don't get too many on my face, but my back & the top of my legs are still a mess. There's no rhyme or reason for when one is going to appear, they are not connected to my monthlies or anything as far as I can tell, hopefully, if I am lucky enough to win this great prize, it may get rid of some of them.

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  35. I have three teens so this would come in very useful in my house

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  36. id love to try the hottie tottie is never spotty as i still get that annoying one on my chin every now and then urgh. also having 2 teenage sisters who are forever going on about there complexions , id give them a go as id get a break from listening to them lol x

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  37. I love the names they come up with for these products!
    @emma1111111

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  38. My skin woe is eczema - itchy and flakey skin

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  39. I have psoriasis on my scalp which is very annoying x

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  40. My skin woe was acne and I went on accutane which cleared it up. Unfortunately, I am left with a few scars.

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  41. My Skin woe is driness due to the menopause. Getting old is hell. Lyn

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  42. Lovely prize :) My skin is prone to rosacea and occasional outbreaks so I'd love to try this

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  43. My skin worry is dark circles and crows feet

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  44. Tink Rhonda Lee Mse25 June 2012 at 17:46

    My skin is terrible at the moment, could really do with something to clear it up.

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  45. I have dry, sensitive skin :(

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  46. I really dry, flaky skin & also i'm very prone to spots.
    I always thought through my teens that once i'm over 20 it'll get better. I'm not over 30 and i'm still getting spots.

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  47. The effects of ageing... fine lines, loss of firmness, large pores.. the lot :-(

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  48. Hello, another great prize as always

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  49. conrad edwards25 June 2012 at 20:54

    Stocking up for my daughter, though noone sells tantrum cream

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  50. my skin woe is that I still get spots - at 40!!

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  51. My skin woes relate to my terrible brown pigmentation spots on my face. They are absolutely awful and I can't get anything to work.

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  52. Please enter me in the draw.

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  53. my wife will like this if i win it

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  54. Hi! I love trying new skin products. Thanks so much for hosting this giveaway.

    Laura Milan

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  55. Please enter me, thank you.

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  56. Hi, Is there anything worse than a spot on your nose for a first date or a job interview????????

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  57. Enter me please. Thank you and good luck everyone

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  58. Enter me please, because I'm shy!

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  59. roscea is my complaint bane of my life

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  60. would love to try the products, I have sensitive skin

    ilze z.

    ilzeee@live.com

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  61. would love to try these products, great giveaway

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  62. I'd love to win! Thank you for the giveaway :)

    gogunia3(at)wp(dot)pl

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  63. Thank you for the competition :)

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  64. I have had dark patches on my face since being pregnant grrr
    cheryl.belshaw@ntlworld.com

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  65. I'm continuosly getting spot break outs on my skin recently thanks to this clammy weather! Trying to keep the oils at bay by trying new products!

    newcastlenia@hotmail.co.uk
    Nia Wyn Roberts

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  66. I guess I am lucky with good skin, though i don't always treat it with respect, so I do get breakouts but it does get back to normal.

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  67. great giveaway. x

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  68. My skin woe: blackheads :( no matter what I do they seem to come back.

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  69. Spots :-( More spots now at 36 than I had at 16 *sobs*

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  70. Sudocrem is amazing for spots.

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  71. My skin woe is large pores, I could keep loose change in them!

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  72. When I was in my 20s I spent so much time thinking I was a mess, now I'm 40 I wish I had what I had then or appreciated it at the time! Enjoy what you have while you have it, and make the best of it always without wasting time worrying! Thanks for the competition!

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  73. my skin woe is uneven skin tone and some age spots

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  74. My skin woe is my dry skin...............had eczema since I was born and in Winter I really struggle. Now have psoriasis on my scalp. Oh well, at least they make lots of yummy products to help it all :)

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  75. Please enter me into your comp.
    As for skin woes I have loads. I suffer from combination skin and it's a nightmare!

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  76. Age spots that are getting harder to cover

    @jillyannbubbles

    Jill Mann

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  77. My skin can become dry and is sensitive

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  78. whoooo 1000th entry, my skin texture has totally changed.

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  79. My skin gas always been combination skin,It feels soft but looks dull

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  80. My skin is pretty good but can get dry and I get dark circles under my eyes x

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  81. My skin is just stupid unpredictable!

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  82. Since becoming pregnant my skin is a mess - spotty and oily with open pores. Reminds me of my teenage years!

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  83. maxime goodwin9 July 2012 at 22:09

    i have comination skin and get horrid spots on my forehead that itch drives me mad!!

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  84. Even at over 30 I still suffer from small outbreaks of acne - help!!!!

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  85. I really need some kind of low effort, effective skin regime!

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  86. I have combination spot prone skin, which is a nightmare to shop for. Thank goodness for makeup.

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  87. Hi I have some skin woes!! When I was young I never suffered from spots or blackheads at all...my friends hated me for it! But now I am older, I am constantly plagued by blackheads, enlarged pores and spots!!! How annoying!!

    coppelia100@btinternet.com

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  88. Love the comments of the packaging of these products :-)

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  89. What a brilliant name for these products

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  90. Hah, love the names of these products. kudos to the person who came up with them :)

    emma3005@gmail.com

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  91. i would like to have more moisture in my skin and an even tone! Great prize

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  92. I'd like to try this for my combination skin.

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  93. Hello, just entered.

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  94. Wow, great giveaway! x Jan

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  95. Wrinkly skin on my hands, I am like a dried prune :)

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  96. I have combination skin so I can get everything all at once - oily patches of skin and dry flaky patches of skin.

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  97. dry skin on elbows and knees :(

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  98. My skin is ok... apart from around my hairline, where I get spots, and my hands (which are small) - they look really old and wrinkly!

    Katie - @ktcoventry

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  99. I have very oily skin, which leaves me prone to breakouts, especially in summer.
    I also have a lot of visible pores on my nose and chin and usually have to wear a lot of make up to cover them, which doesn't help with the spots situation!

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  100. I get dry skin between my eyebrows, am constantly rubbing cream on

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  101. I have more spots than a teenager, but we'll ignore that and I'll just Howdy!

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  102. Hi, at the age of 39 I find I have more spots now than when I was a teen! Annoying and unfair! Only along my jawline though.

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  103. Why, when I was in my 20s I was never happy with my skin, my boobs, now I'm in my 40s and everything's heading south again I wish I was in my 20s again, ha ha. Would love to win this for my daughter
    @TweetwithHelen

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  104. I'm starting to see fine lines under my eyes. Boo. Still getting spots too. Double whammy!

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  105. Blackheads :-(

    christine mutter
    c.mutter@sky.com

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  106. I have incredibly dry skin, particularly across the forehead. It's frustrating because when I was younger I had oily skin and wished it would dry up - you know what they say - be careful what you wish for ;-) @piperanddaisy

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  107. My skin has decided that I'm 15 again! Seriously having a breakout atm and I have no idea why! I'm 28! :'(

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  108. My skin turns bright red after exercise and stays that way for a couple of hours. Very embarrassing!

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  109. im 29 and still get spots. not as bad as i used to but its still annoying!

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  110. I have 2 teenage daughter so this would be grat to fight those teenage skin problems

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  111. I have big spot woes and i'm 24! I only started getting spots last year and i have tried everything and anything to get rid of them! Hopefully this would do the trick x

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  112. I have really big open pores and blackheads which look awful and are so embarrassing! Would love to find a product to solve them!

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  113. STILL plagued with spots! They must go.

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  114. Maria Jane Knight15 July 2012 at 21:28

    My name is Maria, i'am twenty six,
    a mother of one, i need my chocolate fix.

    Yummy is the chocolate, i could eat it by the case,
    It sadly leaves me with a teenage looking, spotty face! :(

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  115. Loving the blog, thanks for the comp! xx

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  116. I have AWFUL skin. Guess I always will.

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  117. Spots!! I had a few as a teen and early 20's my skin was lush, then I got PCOS and became a spotty teen! Swapping zit tactics with ur nearly teen son isn't fun!

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  118. Hi, would love to enter please

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  119. hate my combination skin, forehead always peeling and nose full of blackheads

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  120. Hello :) At 30 years old I thought my skin would actually be comfortable in its own skin, but no I have more problems at 30 than I did as teenager! However I do like treating myself to nice skin care products & can get away with it as I always reply back to the other half ' But my skin needs it' lol.

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  121. Oops clicked the post button before I'd finished - just wanted to say thank you too x

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  122. Rebecca Woodroof16 July 2012 at 00:50

    I would love to win this

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  123. I have blotchy skins sometimes.

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  124. hi thankyou so much for posting

    kinseyemma@yahoo.com

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  125. I suffer from very dry skin but if I moisturise get spots!

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  126. Large open pores, and blackheads difficult to find decent products to suit my needs as i also suffer with dry skin patches

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  127. i suffer from rosacea, which is a nightmare, especially as i work outside

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  128. This range would be completely new to me. I don't think I've come across it anywhere yet. Would love to try it xxx

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  129. A red rash that flares up on my cheeks now and again

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  130. My horrid old teenage acne skin has come back! No matter what I do I always seem full of spots these days. Yuk! :(

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  131. Carolyn Russell16 July 2012 at 16:29

    I get the occasional spot, but it's always massive!

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  132. My skin woe is an oily would love to try

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  133. I worry about how sensitive my skin is and getting wrinkles

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  134. I'm 37, and I just went to amazon to buy spot cream!!

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  135. I have really oily skin and suffer from spots and awful blackheads. I was fine when I got out of my teens and had good skin. But now in my late 20s and having had developed a few hormones problems, my skin is the worst its ever been. Tried numerous face washes with no benefit. So I am always ready to try something new in hope that it'll be the one product that really works, so would love to win this to give it a try.

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  136. my skin is ridiculous - it flares up and is the bane of my life! if i could win this, it would be life changing - possibly! here's hoping that you can improve my life and give me my skin back. x

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